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I NEW TORK CITT— Hukattu ud Broiz. 

a' DcfcDM Socielj, 44 E«il 23i Street, 
a Educatioul Pmt. 227 VmI 36lh St. 
Ameiican Gcogtaphkal Sodstj, Btoedmj at 

I56tb Smwl. 
Anterican InternalioB>] Coipomtkn, 120 Broed- 

Araencui Law Book Cooqiuir, ^ Muden Luic 
Bmun of N*lioDa] Lilentura, 141 WMt 36di 

Street. 
BurcDe* Prcu CGppmg Bnrcui, 60 Wanen St 
Wm. J. Bunu lotL Deteclin Agfocr. Vool- 

worlk BUg. 
Qmnber of Commerce of The Slate of New 

York, 65 l,i>nty Street. 
Ouanka] Natl Bank Unif, 270 B'w^. 
dob^elkiw and Vaihingloii Minor, 1 Ma&os 

Cohnnbia UniTerulj School of Joomalinii, 1 16th 

Street and Broaiiwajr. 
Cooper Utaoa Libiary, Fourlh AyoiDe aod 7th 

Street. 
Federal RcMrre Bank, (H Cedar Street. 
H«]n, Kanffnuu & Lbuliein). 60 WaD Street. 
Henutreet'a Pro* Obping Bureau, 626 lOlh Av. 
fCqianic Societj ot America Lkiarj. I56di 

Street, we*t of Broadwaj. 
Intertwrou^ R^nd Traniit CanqwDy, . 165 

Broadway. 
Merchanli' Aiiociation of Nnr York. 233 

Broadvwir. 
Morning Telegr^, Fiftieth Street and Eighlli 

National Cly. Bank of New York, Financial 

L2>rar7. 55 WaH Street. 
New York Ghr New* Aiuwiation, 30 dinich St. 
New York Society Libraiy, 109 Unirenity 

Place. 
New York Teltplione Co., 15 Dey Street. 
Nnr York UnireriilT Ubraiy, Univenitr 

H.iAi.. 
New York Uaireraity School d Commerce 
Uwai^, 32 Vaverley I^aca. 
PnUc Lkary, Frfd. A^aue and 42d Street. 
Bnnchaa: 

40d) Street. 457 Veil. 

58lh Street, 121 Eait. 

79th Street. 222 Eail. 

DOAStrMt. 174 Eail. 

1 l^lb Street. 201 Weit. 

124lh Street, 9 Veil. 

12Sdi Street 224 Eait. 

I35lfa Street, 103 VeiL 

140di Street. 321 Eut. 

L. 160lfa Street, 759 Eait. 
l6Sth Street, 7B Weil, Bran. 
mLBroHiway. 
742 TentkAnaue. 
Avenue A, 1,465. 



Morria Avenue, 910. 

Mnniemal Rderence Library. 

St. Ni^toLu Avenue. 1,000. 

VMhkgton Avrsue. 1,666. 
Romeike, Henry, 106 Seveotfi Aveaue. 
. RuMell Sage FoandatioB Libraiy, 130 Eait 

22d Street. 
ScarcUighl Information Library, 450 Fourth 

S«ven^-fi^l Infantry, N. a N. Y.. Park 

Avenue and 34di Street 
Staodan! Staliiticf Co, 47 Ve*l Street 
The Ann. of die Bar, 42 Veil 44di St 
The Chriitian Advocate, 150 FifA Ave. 
Ilie New Republic. 421 Veil 21*1 Street 
Town Topica Puhli*hing Co., 2 Weil 4SA St 
Univenity Qub Libraiy, Fifth Avcoue and 

54th Street 
Yale Chib, 50 Vandeibih Avenue. 
Bro^yn— Daily Eagle. 

Daih' lime*, Tmiei Plaxa. 
Pubkc Ubrary, 197 Honlagne Street 
Qn — n i B orough Ubrary, 402 Fulton Street, I 



Port Riphnund Public Ubrary, 75 Bennetl 

Street 
St George Public Ubrary, Tompkinnilie St 
TooipkinaTille I^lblic Library, 5 Central 

Tolleavilk' Public Libraiy, 7,430 Amboy 

For oriierdtiei in New York State lee NEW 
' YORK on (oDowing page. 

ALABAMA— 

M— tgo mwy State of Alobanw Dqiarlment of 
Archive* and .Hiitory. 

ARKANSAS— 

LiHb RBck-^*ublic Library. 
Arkaniai Caietle. 

Pangodd-^The Daily PieM. 
CAMPORNU— 

Oanaonl-^omonB College Uwary. 

LMg Ranch Public Library. 

Loa Angdae— Public Libraiy. 

San Franekeo— 
Chtug Sai Yal Po, 809 Sacramealo Street 
Public Library, Hayei and FrankEn Street*. 

Simrford Uaivadly — Stanford Lfauvetiily Libraiy. 
. ab eh tan Free Pubhe Llvaiy. 

Rivmi^ River*kiB Public L3irary. 

Alorado— . 

- Cnlkvdo Syrh p Colorado CoDega. 
DanM— Public La^ry. 



Vben Fifes of Uiife Nnn ^ork JEimea VUj be CooaAti:— (Continued) 



CONHECnCUT— 

BmfM^ — BUckiton* Manorial LBinij. 
Brid|«f«rt— PobGe Libiaiy. 

The StududL 
Hartford— G17 Dcputnenl of P«ifc«. 

Comiectical Stale Uamiy. 
HidJtalawB— Ve4krMi Unnutilj Vbnjj. 
Nmr Ha«M— Yale Univoiitr IJ>t«i7- 
Nmr LowloB — PnbBc Libraiy. 
RKkTa»-4>ufalk lAnij. 
SnIfcpMt— Pcqsol Lbraiy. 
DEUWARE— 

WSakftaa — lutitalc Fra* Uiraiy. 
DISTRICT OF COLUHHiU- 
Waih^ D. C^-4^paB Infonoa&n Bnan. 
Carnegie Eodowmeot for Intenalioaal Paac«. 
CoHiiot Qub. 
U>rai7 of Congreu. 
Londra MoruDi Pott. Tot OMuf, 
Pan-Americaa Uuaa. 

THe Now YoA Tne* Banaa. Rigii BaiL&t. 
FLORIDA— 

JaAM■Tfl»--I^Ue Ubrary. 
GEORGIA^ 

rtrtaala "TiTn Lkair. 
IDAHO— 

■otcow— Univenily of Idaho lAni^. 
ILLINOIS— 

CUca(«— PnbEc Unary. 

UuvenilT ef diicasD Pn**. 
Fraarort— PnbBc I2nnj. 
SpriMfidd— Ue Stale Ubcaiy. 
IMHANA— 

EUvt-CarHfie PldUicUwMr- 

Fort Warii*-^Sc L3>rar7. 

laJaa»pifc State Lawarj. 

Lrfay H o — i \m l»a IMwmntj IMmj. 

Smk B«b4— Public LiirBi7. 

Twre Harta— EndiBe FaiibMb'a Mw. Urajr 

kuSuM Stale Noma) SduoL 
IOWA— 
Cadar RafUt— V. Rvml, Smtet ft-1 1, KUbaS 

Block. 
Chill Fraa PJJc libc«y. 
DaTn^Mt-^'ublic Lkarj. 
D«> Hokw— Ue PnUic Utrary. 

The SUte Libratj. 

The Do MfMBM Capital. 

Hialorical Dipubwnl of lovn, 
Grmaal— College Libiuj. 
Iowa Ctj^-State UoiTenil? el Iowa lArarjr, 

IUmm CHr— FU>fie LiirMT. ' 

Sian OtT—PMk Ubraiy. 
KAIDAS— 

Earofi*— Sun NotD*] Scbeol iArai]>. 

LawTMC*— UnirenilT of Kao* ~ 
of Jomalinu 

Mwbalta. KaMai Stan Apic 
KENTUCKT— 



LOUISIANA— 

Ha<* Oifaaaa — Howard Maaorial libr*^, 
PnbEc Library. 
HAINE— 

BaMfor — Public Uuarr. 

Brauwkk — Bowdob CoDege Untj, 
HARTLAND— 

Hall ilia Jiilim Hopliiii Lhircnilr lAraiy. 
MASSACHUSETTS— 

AMlunl— College L3>rOT. 
Mawacbwetb Agrtcnltnral CoDege Lkaiy. 

BoitOB— PubEe Library. 

iripMba Pub6e LftiraiT. 

Ca*Udfa— Harrard CoUeia Lkaiy, 

Nmr Bedford-Free PiJblic Libtaqy. 

Marlhaiipta-Forbet L2K»y. 

.. Smith College Llirary. 

§«lk Uadby-^lomt Holyoko CoB««e. 

WIEaMtlowB— Williami CoBege library. / 

WoTceata^-Frec Public Libtaty. 
dark Uarenily Library. 



Adria> — Dai|y Tdegram. 
Am AifcM— Unireni^ of McUgM Lbuy 
Balda Ciad— Daily JonrB^ 
Dafcoil ft blic Libraiy. 
Grand RaH*— Public LOiraiy. 
Laadif— Michigan State Library, 
Trdanti— Stale Normal CologB Ubrary. 
JUniESOTA^ 

Uniieni^ of MinneHta. 
RoTtUUU-Carleton College LArary. 
MISSOURI— 

'ia — UuTcrritT of Miwoati. 
m Ci«— Pnbfe L3»aiy. 

-Free PubUc Library. 

air-PJ.Iic Ubrary. 

St LoHB— MerculiU Library. 
PidiUc Lkary. 13 & M OK*e St. 
HOMTAHA— 

B«n»— Free PnbEc LlirHy. 
NEBRASKA— 

Lincob— IWreiuly of Hebruka Ubrary. 
NEVADA— 

Caraan City— Nend* Suio LBmry. 
Rmo— Reno Evenmg GaMlta. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE— 

HaHVW— DartaHMlli CbRege Ubraiy. 
Maaitaitar The (% Ubrary. * 

NEWJERSET— 
BlaoafiM— Jarvia MnwrU Linary. 
Eait Onngo— Free PnUe Lbary. 
Hob«k«-PiJ>lie Library. 
Janor CtT— OuMber it Cn—rtr«. 

Free PnbEc Lbwy. 
Nawark-Fr« Pnblk Ubraiy. 
Now Brn*wU-«>lgen Cobge Llnry. 
Pat«»n-Fr«e PdiKc LftirMy. 
HaWidd— Public Library. 
PrincaloB — Uoiianity UDta^r. 
Tr«alon — Slate Library. 



HEW TORK— (CutmamL) 
Afcur — Executive Qiambeti, the CapiloL 

New York State Lbnr;. 

The Kuckerbockei Prnt. 
Aibara — ScTmour Library. 
Aarar*~WeUi CoQen Libiuy. 
BiBikaBtOB— Public Librar]'. 
BnoklrB— See New York City, BrooUrB. 
Baffalo— Public Library. 






T Ubr<L 



CoopcnIowB — Village Club and Library. 
HmjIUb— Colgate Unveriily Library. 
1610—1118 Free Public Library. 
Ilkaca — Cottiell Uahrerii^y Library. 
Iffitnint — MonuDg Pod. 
HidJIelawB— Tunei-Prel*. 
New RockdU— PiJiiic Library. 
N«w York Cty — See at head of lilt. 
ODanuta — Public Library. 
PoBikkMiinc— Vaiiar College Library. 
Rockeatcr— Poit-Eipre». 

Univeriilj of Rocheiler Llirary. 
SebuKUdr— Public Ubrary. 

UnioD CoDege. 
Srracu* — Poi I -Standard . 

SyrocuK UaiTeriity Library. 

Public Library. 
Troy — Allen Book & Printiug Co. 
Uli»-^ublic Library. 

NORTH CAROLINA— 

DvkaM — Trinity ColUge Library. 

GrMHksra — Stata Novmal ud bdutaid CoIUfa. 

Public Ubrary, 
RaMfh— N. C. Stale Library. 
Waka Foratt— College Ubrary. 

NORTH DAKOTA— 

Granil Fork*— Uaivcriily of North Dakota. 
OHIO— 

CUEcotko— PubKc Library. 

Ckdoaali — Public Library. 

OeralaBd— Public Library. 

Colruibmi — State Library. 

Ohio Stale UnJTertity Library. 

Dclawar* — Ohio Wetleyan Unireriity. 

Elytu— Public Library. 

OWriD— Oberlin College Library. 

Mari*ll> — Marietta College Library. 

T»ladii— PubUc Llirary. 
OREGON;- 

Carrtlii — Oregon Agricultural College. 

Ei|aB* — Univeriity of Oregon. 

Porduid — Tbe Library AMOciation of Port- 
land. 
PENNSYLVANIA— 

Brya Athya — The Academy of die New Oiurch. 
Bryo Hawr — Bryn Hawr College. 
CoDBaRtTiDc — Carnegie Free Library. 
EailDi — Lafayette CoUege Library. 
HaniibHTi — Pennfylvania Stale Library. 
HailetOB— Public Library. 



PENHSTLVANlA^(CanliBaal) 
PhOadalpkie— Commercial Muieum. 

Dreiel Inititute. 

Hiilorical Society of Petuuylvanla. 

Library Conqiany of Philade^ia. 
Rtbbvgk — Caniegie Library. 

Pitlibur^ Poit. 
Soath BedlekaB— Lehij^ Univenl^ L2iraiy. 
Stata CoDafo— The Penniylvania Stale CoDege 

Carnegie Library. 

RHODE ISUND— 

ProTidaaca — Brown Univenity. 
TENNESSEE— 

NaiknUa — Vaodeibilt UoiTcnily Lbrary. 
TEXAS^ 

Atutia — Teuu Slate Library. 

Dafla*— Soudiern Methodiit Univenity L^iTaty. 

Gahatan — Roienberg Library. 



oLibri 



iry. 



Sa> Antonio — The Carnegie 

VERMONT- 

HoBtpaSar— Stale Library. 
VIRGINIA— 

Bhekihrf — Virginia Polytechnic Init. Library. 

RichBond — Virginia State Library. 

Wbchatlcr — The Handley Library. 
WASHHIGTOM- 

Saalda— Public Library. 

Spoknaa — Public Library. 

WaRa WaRa— mitman College Library. 
WlSCDNStN— 

Ma^MB— Wiiconiin Htatoricol Society. 

HibraaJna— The Milwaukee JonrnaL 

FOREIGN COUNTRIES 

ARGENTINA, SOinU AMERICA— 

B«MU» Airai— La Nacioo, Calle St. Martin. 
CANADA— 

EduntoB, Albarla— Public Library. 

Fori WiKaia. Oat^-Fort Williani Public Library. 

Port Arthar, Oat— PubUc Library. 

Toroato, ObL — Legiilalive Library. 

Victoria, B. C— Provincial Library of Britid) 

Columbia. 
CUBA— 

HaTBB* — Camara de Repreaentonlet Biblio- 

Iheca. 
ENGLAND— 
LoBiloB — The New York Timei, Marconi Houie. 

Slrand. W. C. 

FRANCE— 

Pari*— The New York Times Bureau, 32 Rue 
Louii 1e Grand. 
PHILIPPINE 15UNDS— 

HaniU — Tka Cablenew) -American. 18 Calk 
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Issued Quarterly 



Vol. VII. No. 3 

JULY =-AUGy^>-SEPTEKIBER 

1919 



PUBLISHED BY 

THE NEW YORK TIMES 

TIMES SQUARE, N. Y. 



CopTTight, 1919, by The New York Times Co. 



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Hie Index la compiled from the I««t Editton of llie Times. 

In etch entry the date is siren, then the munlier trf the p*ga, fMowtd by ■ colon mad 
the number of the column. The c<rinmn> sre understood to be numbered 1-8, 
from left to right. Urns, July 23, 1:8, refers to the eighth column of the 
Hrat page of the iasne of THE TIMES for Jnne 23. Sections of the Sunday 
edition other than the fimt, or news section, are indicated by Roman numerals. 

Notices of individuals and carporaticinB, if not found under their names, are tabulated 
■8 statistics ander general headings, such as ACCIDENTS, BUSINESS 
Troubles, SUICIDES, Etc. 

AST COMPETITIONS, EXHIBITS, SALES, Etc.— Entered under ART, with erou- 
references from Associations and, in cases of large personal collections, cross- 
references from the names of the owners. 

BOOK REVIEWS— Entered under the general beading BOOKS — Reviews, except where 

sereral books on the same subject are given extensive reviews, in which case 

. an entry is made also under the subject itself. Entries are made under the 

author's name when the book is the subject of a special article in the 

Sunday Magazine. 

BIBLIOGRAPHIE&-Entered under the subject, as EUROPEAN War— Bibliography. 

DEATHS — ^Ehitered under personal names. 

A tabulated list of subheads is given under subjects occupying considerable space, 
immediatdy preceding the actual indexing of the topic This will aid in 
determining more quickly under which subhead the desired material may 
be found. 

Date following*, f jg^se,-refi7^eQ ii«licateg ■dftte-.mt^r.-msin heading on which the 
ent^ aMpeUBwi'- / ; i.; ; ,.; ■. i ,' ; "-.-' r ^' ' •" ' ' *- -" 

KEY TO ABRBVIATIONS. 

a — Bssignmrat (in Business Troubles.) D 8 0. — Distinguished Service Order. 

A F L. — American Federation of Labor. ed.— editorial. 

As — August. F. — February. 

Ap— April. Gal.— Galleries (in Art) 

a r — ancillary receiver (in Business IntematI — International. 

Troubles.) Ja — January. 

Bd — Board. Je — June. 

Bur — Bureau. J I — July, 

c — composition confirmed (in Business Ir — letter. 

Trgublea.) Mr— March, 

col— collection (in Art.) My — Hay. 

com — committee. N — November, 

comr — commissioner. — October. 

D — December. Natl — National, 

d— discharged (in Business Troubles.) por— portrait, 

dlvd — dividend. f — ^receiver (in Business Trovibles.) 

D C M. — Distingnished Conduct Medal. a — schedules (in Business Tronblea.) 

D S C. — Distinguished Service Cross. sp art — special article. 



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JULY— AUGUST-SEPTEMBER, 1919 



A W O Z^ MC U. a.— Annr— I^MTM of Ab- 

AAQS, FilB«e st I>eBmaife--BaIIa from M T C 

for Eini^Biid, Jl 27, 6 :1 
ABBOTT, Mmnj W^>H Aator, <IJaiit) V. 
ABDDCTIONB, SM Kidnapping 
ABBL, Jmu BsptUtB— M>p<diited Oov Otn of 

Alseria. Ac 1, 10:4 
ABBlCfl, Xdwanl B,— death uid c&reer, Jl 

&11:3 
tE8, (K. _. — 

r«cord amnnuulMd or Cltiuna' 
U, 38:2 
ABBLOW. SaBBal F., M* Tlrxlnla— Boum at 

S M, 13:3 

— M. h: 

to explore 



ABNXT, Jolu ■ 



ABBDxil, 4l>Dtu> ef tbel-vlane' 

SomallUnd, 8 t, 17 :8 
ABBQZZO, ThBiaee Court of Appeals af- 

flnni oonvicUon. Jl 18. 7 :S 
.__•.»••• «_.. — „, Commercial Travd- 



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Horaeback Sldinc " 

Uisc^aneoiu Street 

Hotorcvde Street a_ 

Polaoninc Submarine 









Auctrla-Hunnir— HcCrear, J. B., UUed. 

Jl 18, S:S 
Canada—Ormsbee. (Ueut) H. 6.. Atnar 

aviator, injured at wooditock, Ctat., 

A<23, 1:4 
Cuba— Aleman, (8ft) 8.. and Bgt J. Dial, 

'-■■ ■— T 8. 6:6 



klUed, Jl 8, 
iland:- 



J n1r«leB« operat 

due to atart on flicht 
Africa, Ak 21. 6 :S 
Oorman pnaoner r 



1 pilot 

Itafilre 



offlcera and 10 men believed lost, Jl 
18, 1:4; ed, Jl IT, 12:S 

Roche, (Baroneo) de la, killed. Jl 19, 
9:6 
Germany:— 

Schulti, (Capt) W., killed, Jl 1, 17:3 
Italy— 14 paaeenKera on Caproni airplane 

killed near Verona, As 3. 3:3: 7 

Joumallats were amons persona killed; 



aa ft^ows: — 



AutomoliUe 
Drowninc 
BIectricl9' 



overseas fllKbt. Jl 1.. 

Nova Scotia— Handley-Page plane wrecked 
at Parrsboro, Jl 6, 1 :2 



Etila, (Lt) and Set Von Bers klUed, 

Jl 27, 1:3 
Thomas, I^ I^, dies, Jl 28. 8:4 
Switzerland-Blder, Oscar, killed. Jl 8, 4:2 
United States:— 

AjiKlln. J. W.. postal aviator, wrecks 

plane In tog at Harriaburs, Pcnn., 

Jl 23, 1B:7 
Anniln. Charles H., mail flier, smashes 

[Jane at Hellertown. Penn.. Jl 22, 



THE new: YCaiK TIMES INDEX. JutySepU. 1919. 



ACCIDENTS:— AeTOiu>nUeii-^yRlt«a ' State* 
(continued) :— ■ ' ■. .". 

BIscayart. (U\ jr^D./ltlired at MJneola. 

Brunneri H. 'M^'ftlUed at Dunkirk. N. 

T., S 13. 1Tj4 
C-8. -navy-StrlKlble. eiplodei at Bal- 
. ifmdte Injuring 80. J1 2. 1:4 
• CaWw^ll, (L,t) F. S,, killed at Mc- 
■ ,.Cdok Field, Jl 12. 2:B 
',• ■ - Chicago— Balloon carriea off 2 men ; 
• ,". ' lands then uninjured on roof, Jl B, 
' 17:6; dlrlslble balloon In flames falls 

through g-lasH roof of Illinois Trust 
« Savings Bank bidg. 11 persons 
klll«d, 27 burt, Jl 3S. 1:1; allot J. A. 
Boettner and W. O. Young ol Good- 
year Tire * Rubber Co ]alled follow- 
ing Inquiry, Jl 23, 15:5; ed. Jl 23. 
8:S; radio currents may have set 
fire to dirigible: death list now I3. 
Jl 24. 3;2; Goodrich Tire * Hubber 

I18: Irs by Olga Ro- 
{. Grimsliaw, Jl 27, 

. W., Injured at Fort 

s, -S 28. 14:3 

ed near Atlantic City, 

H., killed at Morrow 
1 injured. Jl S. 10:2 

and Capt H. Fluegel 
Dlllslon with flagpole 
'olnt Jl 18. 3:4; mon 
L Jl le. ie:4 

„. ... J.— 2 army planes 

wrecked, Jl 24. 1B:6 
Flak. Mrs C. J., and girl killed by de- 



i. 2:S 



t Minot. N. 



Johnson, R. 1~. killed a 



Montgomery. 



-United States 



Frost. (Lt) J. W.. and B. A. Bigdow 

unhurt by 2,000-foot fall Into Oyster 

Bay. Ag 3. 12:3 

-'-- '"-Tgt) Bartoi 

„, ^1 18. 5:3 

HS-2, navy seaplane, falls Into 

Ag 5, 32:2 
Hartz. (Lt Ct 

In'gTOund, jl 27"'i:i" 
Haslam, (Lt) R.. killed at Kelly Field. 

Ae 24. 3:5 
HifHclns. H., kUled at Kelly Field, Ag 

Holiinisworth, (Lt) J. T., killed at 

Fort Ringgold, Texas, S 28. 14:3 
Ice. H., killed at Scott Field, Ag 27, 



Johnston. <Lt) S. B., killed at Hazcl- 

hurst Field. Jl 29, 21:2 
Lamborn. (Lt) Charles, air mall pilot, 

killed at Belletonte. Penn., Jl 20. 8:1 
Leary, (Lt Col) Edward M., killed 

near Port Rln^old. Texas, S 28. 14:3 
Lonlhan, (Lt) T. J., killed at Camp 

Pike. Jl 13. 2:1 
McDonnell. (Lt Com) H.. Injured near 

Hog Island Yard, S 18. 9:3 
Mauzy, <Lt) C, G.. killed at Loa An- 
geles, Jl 17, 7:3 
Melsenhelmer, (Lt) F., killed at Scott 

Field, Ag 2T, 4:9 
Montleth, (Lt) R. H., killed, and Lt 

P. Mlcelli Injured at Sea Girt. Ag 25. 

N T-Toronto Race— 3 planes wrecked 
at Albany Field; Capt Klnley hna 
narrow escape. Ag 20, 3:1; Capt 
Stelnle and MaJ Springs suffer mia- 
hnps at Buffalo; Lt Crehore hurt at 
Albany, Ag 27. 4:3,4; Lt Slater miss- 
ing: Capt Reynolds and passenger 
hurt. Ag 28, 3 :2. 3 

O'Down. (Chaplain) D. H., killed at 
Camp Pike. Jl 13. 2:1 

Pride, (Ensign) M,, and C. Mllford 
rescued when burning plane falls Into 
Connecticut River. Ag 10. 9:8 



, (Lt) Robert S., 



Simons, (MaJ) J. W.. and passenger 
uninjured when plane is wrecked off 

Highland _ Beach, Jl 1" " " 



Waterhouse. (Lt) F. D., and Lt C. H. 
Connelly missing on flight. Ag 22, 2:8 
See aluo James, M. R. 

New York City— Tratte. George, and uni- 
dentified man killed by gas. Jl IB. S :7 

Alexandria, Ta.- Army truck falls from 
bridge, 2 officers and 4 privates 
drowned. Jl 12, 8:S; list of dead, Jl 

Arverne, L. I.— J. Winkler held on eharn 
of bomlcid« following death of 2 glrlc, 

BaltImore-<:ohen, Leah, killed, mad U 

Injured. S 1, 7:4 
Buffalo— Policemen H. Radel and F. 

J. Pauley killed. Jl 20. U, 1:2 
Burlington. .Vt.^^ killed when train hits 

, klUed, S 24. 



As 18. »:6 



Chlca 

17 . 
Cleveland, O.— Crosthwaile. (MaJ) J. L., 

killed, S 7, 23:S 
Crisfield, Md.— McCready. E. W.. daugh- 
ter and nurse killed. S 14, 9:9 
Croton-on-Hudson. N. Y.— Bens, Max. 

killed. 4 hurl^ Jl 20, 9:6 
Davenport. N. Y.-Whlte, Marion, killed. 

Ag 11. 0:2 
Deer Park, L. I.— Mlldeberger, V. R.. 

killed, Lieut E. B. Carr and J. E. 

Jenkins injured. Jl 26, 7:1 
Bast Providence, R, I.— Ray. Ethel I*. 

killed: T. E. Byrnes held In tS.OOO 

ball. 8 21. 19 :t 
Freeport, Me.-« killed when train hit* 



__.. _ .. 18:3 
Jamaica. L. I.— Graham. Lester, and "W. 

West fatally Injured. Ag 26. B:3 
Key port. N. J.-Caruso. Mrs. Sophia, and 

man killed. 5 persons Injured, Jl 1. 

Klttery, Me.~Boyd, Jean, lEUled, Jl 8, 
8:3 

Mansfield, O.— 5 killed, 3 hurt when train 
hlls automobile, Jl 5, 7:2 

Mlddletown. N. Y.— Short. D. W., killed. 
K. M. Craig and C. Brink injured. S 
29, 15:7; K. H. Craig dies, S SO. 20:6 

Morris. Conn — Arkush, (Mrs) Bda. killed. 
4 hurt. Jul 4. 0:2 

Mount KIsco, Me.— Hawthorne. James. 
klUed, Jl 21, 24:3 

New York City:— 

Baphrlck. H.. killed, Ag 13. U:3 
Freder, Frederick. ktlleJ, Jl 14. 1S:4 
Kowaloskl. SIgmuDd. 0. killed. Ag 26. 

11:3 
Loewy. B.. killed, Ag SO. 5:1 
Mason, William. 11, killed. Ag 20. 11:3 
PrlesB. W. H.. killed, 8 Injured, in 

collision In Brooklyn, Ag B. 18:3 
Smith. James. 10, killed by J. Proutys 
ear, S 30, 7:3 

New York State Sec of State's Office will 



Newport, B. 1.— Murat, Princeaa Michael, 
and Mrs. J. MaeDonald slightly In- 
jured. Jl 3. 18:4 

Osiilnlng. N. Y.— Ganong. Earl, slster-in- 
luw and nephew drowned when car 
plunges Into lake. Jl 14. 15:4 

Plslnfleld, N. J.-Froschl, (Rev) J., 
killed, Jl 29. 7:1; Lt M. M. Stewart 
held, Jl 27, 3:4 

Portland. Ore.- Allen, B. F.. and 3. H. 
Patterson killed, S 10. 3:4 

Rivernlde, N. J.-5 killed at grade crow- 
ing, S 19, 7:3 



JvlV-Sept, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



killed. R. Howard mort&lly Injured, 

Jl 4, 0:7 
Sheffield. N. T.-Kalbfua. (Dr) J. M,, 

anil E. E. Kelly killed, Ak 11, 7:7 
Spiinsfleld, Has£.— Hood, Mrs C. C, 

killed, Ag 17, 22:2 



jrt, F. H.. mlwlDK, Jl M. 18:7 

Deal, N. J.— DoDekamp, Henry, A< 24, 8:2 
r>eIa.WBre River— UorKan, Hubert, Jl S. 

22:2 
East OtJs, HasB.— 11 boya drowned, Jl 26. 

20:7 
Bngland— Moorman, (Prof) F. W., 8 U, 

10:2 
Far Rockaway, L. I.— Uarx, H., Jl 14, 

10 :a 
Greenwich. Conn.— Donaldson. WUUam J., 

Jl 27. 12:3 
HackeniiBck, N. J.— Romalne. W., S 11, 

20:1 
KeanaburK, N. J.— Uartln, Jamea, Jl 13, 



ACCIDENTS:— Ezploalom (continued):- 
Oermany- Amer shellB. recently sold 1 
Oermany, explode near NIeuweld, B 



New York City— Sewer manhole covers 
hurled In air in 42d St: 20 persons hurt, 
8 10. 14:1 

Schooner Blmlr Rolwrts, loaded with mu- 
nltlona, blows up at sea ; crew picked 
up, Ak 28, Ui:2 

Southampton, L. I.-3 men killed in en- 
gine room of yacht Flyer. Jl 14. 3.S 

S S Arvada founders after explosions in 
hold, S 20, 8:7 

S S Belle Harbor blows up and sinks, Jl 



Long; Lake. Me.— Rlker, W, B.. Ag 24, t:l 
New York City:- 

Carroll, WIlIlHm. 14, S 23, 4:4 

I>erlck. Fred, 7. Jl 2D. 11:2 

Ncvlns. Joseph. Jl 7. 28:4 

Roaenman, Charles and Benjamin, 
and H. Samuels, Ag 23. 24:1 

StorsB, A. H.. S 23. 10:1 

Sussman, Samuel, Jl 13. 4:2 
Ocean City. N. J.— Reiner. Thomas, and 



J, 9:7 

Paasatc River— Bowles. I 



H.. S 1, 1 



Rockaway Point, ll I.— Keams. Joseph, 

14. Jl 13. 17:3 
Staten Island^Malkovitch, U.. and B. 

Maslnaky. S 1, 4:6 
Watertown, N. Y,-Klcayama, F. M., but- 

ler to J. K. Hackett. Jl 27, 3:8 
Wlldwood, N. J.-Muller. (Dr) W. M., Jl 

13. 16:3 
Electrldty:— 
Freeport. L- I.— Buscemi, J.. 4, hiimed by 

live wire, Ak 1, 16:2 
Jersey City. N. J.— Welnk. W.. killed. Jl 

22. 11:5 
Port Washington. L I.-Wlgglns. (Lt) G. 

A,, killed when automobile hits live 

wire. Jl 28, 8:1 
ElfVBted R R, N Y C:— 
Dix. Fred.' motor switchman, killed In B. 

R. T. colllaion. Ak 27. S:6 
Second Av Une— Rear-end collision In- 
jures 12, Jl 2. 10:0 
Third Av trains collide at Grand St: mo- 

torman killed and 10 hurt: Ulbt Atty 

Swann starts Inquiry, saying coaches 

were " mere shells," Jl 20, 11 :1 

New York City— Josephs, J., and 3. Co- 



ihed. As 1. 14:1 



Bonhamptown. N. J.— Freight cars loaded 
with TNT explode: 3 men hurt, Ag B. 
S:2: 3 of dead Identified. 10 missing, 
Ag 7, 15:8 

Brlliah monitor Glowworm sunk by ei- 
plosion of ammunition barge: 20 uead, 
40 mlsBlnK. As 20, B:3 

BucyrUB. Ohio— Man killed and anothir 
injured. 122.000 In securities believed 
to have been stolen discovered, Jl 17. 
17:4 

Canada— Grain elevator on Welland Canal, 
Port Colbome. Ont. : 8 killed, Bcore In- 
jured, Ag 10, 12:1 



J. 14 ;3 
3 S Melville : 6 klUed In boiler explosion, 

Jl 27, 1:3 
3 S Mohegan damaged. Ag 22. U:B 
S S Roseteal. British tanker; 12 killed. Jl 

17. 7:2 
See alto Mining, below 
FaUi— 
New York City:- 

L«vy, I,., killed. S 4. 13:2 

Rattner, C. D.. klUed, Jl 24, 4:9 
Pittsburgh- Pearson, G., killed by fall 

from train, 6 29, S:T 
PUesi— 
Scranton. Penn.— Gavin. Mabel, set afire 

by firecracker: dies, Jl B, 7:4 
Horseback Riding:— 
France— Billy. Bdouard de, killed, Jl 13, 



key Shuttlnger 1 . . 

_.. Jhuttlnger dLes, 3 28. X 

S:4: Shuttlnger Is not dead. S 2S, 11:4 
Ireland— Shaw. Ucut Gen Sir) F. C, 

thrown, Ag 10, 17:1 
Red Bank. N. J.— Elkus, A. I., breaks 

arm In polo game, Jl 13, 22:8 



Charleston. 1 



n Imprisoned In 



mine near Ovledo. 8 8, : 
MIscelbneoBs:- 

Canada— 7 killed when scenic ry catches 
fire at Montreal, Ag 11, 1:2 

Goshen. N. Y.— Cadet Young kldced by 
liorse In sham battle, Ag 26, 14:4 

Italy— Plaster Imitation of " Solomon's 
Temple" collapses: 7 killed. Ag 27, 
0:9 

Mount Washington, N. H.— 2 youths 
killed attempting to slide down rail- 
road ties, Ag S, 1S:B 

New York City— BoUetto. N.. 14. killed b 

scenic ry car '- " '^ '•'- 

Park, Ag 20, 
Motor Cycle:— 

Good Ground. L. 



— Powley. B. I*, and 



on, O.— 3 dead, several 111 after eat- 



N. T.. Jl 28, 0:7 

Barthei. J. J., killed at Stamford, Conn., 
S 18, 14:3 

Chicago * Northwestern R R— Tanner, 
Mrs. W. F.. foot caught In rail, hus- 
band dies with her, S 3, 13:4; ed, 8 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jtaj/SepU, 1919. 



ACCIDENTS I— B*U»»d (continued):— 

New Torh Central R R-12 klUed, 38 In- 
jured when '■ Westerner ■■ McpresB 
crashes Into train H.t Dunkirk: air- 
brake* f&lled to work: Reelonal Di- 
rector Hardin's atatement. Jl 2. ITil: 
Engineer T. J. Sankey o( 20th Century 
Limited killed, but saves train from 

N T. N H 4 H R R— 2 klllfed in reap-ond 
IrelBht train collision near Bast Port 
Chester: paasenKers escape Inlury In 
another wreck at New ttochelle, Ae 
1, 8tI: 3 injured In collision between 
express and freight train at Cedar 
Hill. Ae 33. 18:3 

Norfolk A Western Rjr— Several persons 
reported dead In wreck near Boyce. 
Va.. Ag 21. 15:2: 13 hurt, Ag 22, B:fl. 

Pennavlvanla R R— EStcurslon train crash 
at Elwood. N. J., kills 1, Injures 8. Ag 
23. 7 :4 ; wrpcked train passed 3 slKnals. 
Ag 27, 11:3: engineer blamas faulty 
engine, Ag 28, H:5 

Prevention— E. E. Rlttenhouse tells of 
need of use of automatic train stop, 
Ir. Ag JO, in. 2:1 

Stat) atlcH— Southwestern roadt report de- 
crease. S 1\ 4:S 

Barnstable goes down In gale; Captain 
and 11 of crew sought, S IB. 7:4 

Baslllcata, Italian crufser, sinks In Suei 
Canal. Ag Ifl. 7:6 

Bayronlo. British 



Charles fiullap, schooner, a«hore off Far 

Rockaway. Jl 2.1. 7:1 
Clan Oordon, British freighter, capsizes 

off Cape Hatteras: 4 men lost, Ag 2, 

2:7 
Comal aground at Key West, S 11. 12:4 
CoH'don founders In Bahama Channel In 

hurricane; 27 lost, S 12, 17:4 
Defiance. Amer steamer, stranded In 

English Channel, Jl IB. 3:8 
Ferr>'boat Bronx rammed by railroad 

float, Ag 11, 8:2 
Gallia, schooner, sunk In collision with 

War Witch; 20 believed lost, Ag 8, 



p killed, __ 

In ruins of bow, Jl 12, S:a 

Heftron ashore In Korea Strait: 1,100 

wounded Czechoslovaks aboard, Ag 10, 



: lone survivor landed by 

the Ida, S 22. 15 B 
Muniilres, Munson Line steamer, sinking 

fast after collision, Ag 20, 3:2; taken 

to drydock, Ag 30. 7:1 
North Star ashore off Yarmouth, N. S. : 

280 passengers removed, Ag 0, 9:6; 

condemned. Ag 11. 8:1 
O. B. Jennings, sec O. B. Jennings 
Petschlli, German steamer, wrecked in 

storm, Jl 13, 6:2 
Point Comfort splits launch In two: R- 

Olmstead and wife drowned, Ag 25. 

Prevention, ■» Shipping— Guidance of 

Ships In Fog 
Promotion, trawler, sunk by La Ijorralne, 

S 2, 7:5 
Rosalind. Red Cross Uner, hits Cowes 

Reef In fog; passengers landed salely 

at Stamford, S 26, 15:4 
Sag Harbor strikes reef off Cuba: cargo 

of sugar Jettisoned. Jl 37. II, 1:7 



ACCinENTSt— Shipping (continued):— 

Shljlkl, Japanese naval oil supply ship 
Sinks In typhoon ; 100 officers and sail- 
ors lost. S 16. 16:1 

Tannts, German steamer, lost in atorm, 
Jl 13, 6:2 

Tlconderoga aground near plattaburg, Ac 
le, 4:1 

Trojan, People's Line steamer, disabled 
In Hudson River; passengers taken 
off. Jl 13, 4:6 

United States, yacht, aground near New 
liedford, Ag 22. 10:4 

Valbanera went down in hurricane Off 
Key West: no trace of 450 passengers 
she carried, S 20, 1:2; Rear Admiral 
Decker convinced of wreck, S £1, 22:4 
See also Valbanera 

Vedlc, (transport)— Grounds but 1b float- 
ed, 8 21. 7:7 

William H, Sumner, schooner, aground 
In Top-Sail Inlet, N. C. ; Capt R. E. 
Cochran commits suicide, S 9, 12:6 

See mUo Accidents — Explosions 

AUantIc City, N. J.-Ootthol, (Mr») 
Hannah, klUs daughter while con- 
templating suicide, Jl 3. 6:6 
Mamaroncck, N. I.-Rando, P.. killed 

while hunting. S 15. 14:2 
Milton. Mass.- Smith. S. R, dies. S 29, 

15:5 
New York City:— 

Bagley, (Sgt) J., kiUed at Bronx Bx- 
positlon Park: Lillian PUcek freed 
of homicide charge. S 25, 8:8 
Helderman. Carl, killed by patrolman 

chasing burglar. B 23, 10:1 
McUueeny. (Police Capt) H., shoots 
himself while cleaning revolver. Jl 
28, 11:2 
Moss. (Mrs) Leah, killed by U. 

Adolthe, S 15, 11 ;4 
Shcrbcr, J.. '13, wounda brother tuid 



In two by lightning, Jl 20, iT. _.. 
Glen Island, N. Y.-Odell. H.. and Cath- 
erine Slaltery killed by lightning, Ag 
as, 2:7 
New York City— Loyak, Andrew, killed 

by lightning. Jl 28. 11:4 
Providence, R. I.— Lightning sets fire to 
New Haven RR repair shops, Jl 
27, 3:1 
Switzerland— Oulgnet, Sophie, killed by 
lightning on wedding eve. S 2S, 15:4 
Street, N T C;- 
Pershing Parade. S 11, 3:1 
Sella. L, runs Into steam locomotive: 
killed. S U, 3:1 
SlFMt Cfti:— 
Fort Lee, N, J.-lIead-on collision hi- 

jures 34 persons, Jl 28, 6:1 
New York City:— 

Dl Gluscppl. Albert 4. killed, S 0, 10:3 
Parmanco. W, Va.— 11 killed In coUlslon 

with locomotive, Ag 15. 3:5 
Staten Island— 20 persons hurt when car 

hits pole In StaiUeton. S 11. 17:5 
Washington. D. C.-Pletcher. (U. S. Sen) 
D. U.. run down. Ag 22. 2:3 
Sabmarlne: — 
G-2 sinks in L. 1. Sound: 3 drowned, Jl 
31, 15:4 
Sabway, N. T. C.:— 
Anderson. O.. killed at Pacific St station, 

S 21. 18:6 
Sea also N Y C — Subway— Accidents 
A COST A. JnUo— named Provisional Pros of 

Costa Rica. Ag 15, S A 
ACTON, (I*nl)— appointed British Minister 

to Finland, S 3. 17 :5 
ACTORS, see Plays and Operas 
ACTORS' Assoo In Orrat Orlt a In— Indorses 
actors, strike in N Y C and Instructs mem- 
bers to place themselves under Jurisdic- 



tion c_ ., 

history, Ag 31, IV, 2:^ 



J^dr^tpt, in: THE NEW YOBK TIMES INDEX. 



„ " ijeten, iSester," 

2a. 11:2: stage hands walk out between 
acts of " Uaten, LeeLer " deaplte Injunc- 
Uon, As 27, 2:7; officers of Stase Em- 
ployea' UdIoq must answer contempt 
charge, As 30, 7:4; stage hands counsel 
will fight court order: say court has no 
right to anticipate strikes or compel men 
to work, Ak 31, &:] 
BarrjTDiarB. Ethel, discusses grlevaDces of 
actors; sp art by R. J. Cole. Ag 21, VII, 
3:1 



Bssten^Mgrs say players are welt -treated 
and contented; fear no strike, Ag B, 
9:S: mgTB obtain Injunction enlolnlng 
Elqultj' repreeentaOves " ' '""' — 

a;o; a. ueiwyn 

... ind drops Injunc- 

Uon suit, Aug Ifl. 10:3: actors vote to Join 
strike for union recognition, Ag 31, 6:2; 
mgrs will InaUtute suits, S 1, 2:3; fl 
houses closed when actors, stage hands 
and musicians walk out. S 2. 19:2; stage 
hands and musicians pledge support, S 
3. 3:S 
ClilemgD— Opinion on strike move among 
actors Is divided, Ag B, a:S; 2 theatres 
close following arrival of F. ■Wilson, Ag 
13, 1:3. 12:3: all theatres reopen pending 
result of Injunction suit Ak 14. 3:S; 
stagehands and carpenters tlircaten to 
strike; Ag IB, 4:E; both sides await In- 
junction cases: stage hands get rise in 
pay, Ag 18, 10.3: Ag 17, 22:4: Chicago 
Federation of Labor Indorses strike, Ag 
18. B:4; stage hands and musicians strike; 
all theatres but one closed. Ag 21, 8:5; 

Join, Ag 22. 11 :S: movie houses warned 
against producltig films manufactured by 
companies a/ftliated with Producing 
Mgrs- Assoc, Ag 24. 5:3: striking 
-' — ■— neflt productlf- ' " "' 



Moving Picture Operate 



Ag 25, 



lathetlc strike. Ag 27. 2 



e moved t 



e. Ag : 
N. Y.. 



ill 



Inquiry will 

15:2: Blackstunc i^^ca-c k<^.o ».c..c.j 
through police protecUon. Ag 29, 2:H: 
Biackstone Theatre to defy strikers; 2 
other theatres will reopen, Ag 30. 7:4; 
Biackstone Theatre opens, defying strik- 
ers; 8 others remain dsrk, Ag 31, 5:1: 
Actors' Fidelity Lieague la recruiting 

members, f " - - " — 

Wilso 



Ag 28. 






Flei— Strike unlikely. Ag 14. 3:0 

loin, Ag 10. 1:5; 

■" — V memtjera 



have Joined within 24 hou 
See alM Resignations *-'* 
New 



Wilson out- 

1 cognition of 

1 alt dlffer- 

, give their 

1 was formed 

1 r by F. Qil- 

1 ra hastened 

i _ of Equity 

Assoc because at affiliation with A 
F L. Ag 17, 1:1; statement by B. 
McRae, Ag 17, IV, 2:4 
S«« oliD ManHgers, below 
ittempt to Avert Strike— Mgrs give out 
text of letter In reply to proposal for 
arbitration ot differences by W. H. 
Tatt and C. E. Hughes. Jl 10. 13:6; 
ed, Jl 12, 8:4 Sec Ollmore says strike 
would seriously affect profession, Jl 
20, Z1:S; managers break off rela- 
tions. Jl 23, 2:4; again ask mgrs to 
meet their com, Jl 24, 7:2; ouUook for 
coming season, Jl 27, IV. 2:4; attempt 



leontlnL__, 

made to call strike In Chu Chin Chow 
company but only one actor walks 
out; F. Wilson claims victory for 
Equity, Jl 30. 7 ;1 ; mass meeting called 
to consider means ot compelling rec- 
ognition ot union: 6 members resign; 
3 members of Chu Chin Chow Co re- 
fuse to rehearse. Jl 31, 10.3: managers 
apimlnt Emergency com to devise 
means to protect actors and managers, 
Ag 1. 12:1: conference with Pres FUr- 
rla of Producing Mgrs' Assoc regarded 
as step toward peace. Ag S, 20:1: E, 
H. Sothem falls as mediator, Ag S, 
1:5 

Balnter, Fay. views, S 21, III. 8:1 

Chorus People — Qlrls Join union, Ag 10, 
1:D; Chorus Equity Assoc of Amer or- 
ganised, Ag la. 12:2: Ir fnnn chorus 
girl, Ag T, III, 1:8: demands, Ag 18, 
1:4: Marie Dressier tells of bendlts 
chorus girls will receive through vic- 
tory. S 9. 1B:4 

Echoes of the strike, Ag 17. IV. 2:6: Ag 
31, IV, 2:0; 8 7, IV, 2:0: S 14. IV, 2ll 

Editorials — Bd on refusal of mgrs for ar- 
bitration of dlferences. Jl 12, 8:4: Act- 
ing on the sidewalk. Ag 11, 10:4; ed 
on Li Ijonergan'a resignation, Ag 13, 
10:5: Confess and make up. Ag 14, 8:2; 
Ir by F. Ollmore taking exceptions to 
ed Confess and make up. Ag 1^ 8:7: 
L.et the art shop be open: ed advising 
actors to declare against closed shop 
If they wish to end strike: Joy 
among actors and mgrs, Ag 20, 14:8: 
Art and tAe producing mgr, Ag 21. 
10 :Q; ed on Justice Hendriek'a deaslon 
with regard to legality of their posi- 
tion Ag 27, 10:4; ed on reading of 
newly framed contract by O. M. 
Cohan. Ag 29, 10:6; The actors as 
producers, S 3. 12:4; The gay strike la 
ended, 8 8. 12:3 

Faversham, W.. Irs, Ag 23, tA; Ag 24, 
IV, 2:8 

History of Equity's fight and vletory In 
recent strike prepared by leadlnx 
players. 3 14. Ill, 8:1: Actors' FIdelltr 
presents views, S 21, III. fl:l 

Hopkins. A., statement. Ag 17nV, 2:8 

Homblow, A.. Ir saying producers may 
retire but art will survive. Ag 22, loA 

In A P L and elect off leers," Jl 1», 7:8; 
H. Frayne, of A F L, pledges full BU^ 
port of FederaUon, Ag 2, 6:8: S. 
Oompera pledges full force of organ> 
Ized labor to cause: N. Y. 8. Federa- 
tion of Idbor backs actors. Ac 27. 
1:3; 2:0: Qompers again pledges A 9 
L aid: Motion Picture Workers' Union 
will receive charter, Ag 28. 1S:1; OIl< 
more. Shay, and Weber confer with 
Qompers In Washington. Ag 29. 2:4 

Managers— Form a natl assoc with vaud*- 
vllle. burlesque and motion picture 
producers In tight on A F L; state- 
ments by actors and mgrs, Ag 7, 8:2; 
managers state their side. Ag 11, 1:3; 
2;2: reply from B. McBae, Ag 13, 12:2; 
BelHXcu s statement. Ag 19. 1 :4 ; Wil- 
son's reply. Ag 20. .f;fl: Gllmore 
jwers mgrs' statement, Ag 22, 1 :4 
1 Picture AuilUary— Organised, Ag 
ai. 1:4; Motion Picture Workers' 
Union will receive A F L. charter. Ag 
28, 16:1 moving picture house in the 
Bronx closed, S 2, 15:1. 

Playwrights— Form protective organlca- 
tlon after peace move In strike falls, 
Ag 21, 1:2: Stage Writers' Proleetlvo 
Assoc formed: will maintain neutral 
attitude. Ag 22. 1:4: affiliates Itself 
with Authors' League, Ag 28, 28:3: 
aasurance sought that open shop will 
be continued, standard contract will 
be framed and full money for atock 
rights demanded, a 8. 1:1 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Julj/StpU, 191P. 



ACTORS' Eqnltr Aiaoc (InelDdliic ■tril») :— 
New fork City (continued) :— 
ProareBB of Strike— Muss meeting under 
auoplces of Aesoclatcd Actors and Ar- 
llatB of Amer empowers board with 
power to call strike of actorB, musi- 
dana, and Btage hnnda; PrcB F. Wil- 
son ursea actors to stand together: H. 
Frayne pledgea full support of Amer 
Federation of I^lmr, Ab 2, 5:S: leHd- 
(nir actors walk out closlns; 12 attrac- 
; A F of I. pledges |f,000.000_ror 



; E. H. Sothem reslBOS: Britiah 

■ 1 InatructB members to 

^ace themaelvea under Jurisdiction of 






. Ak B 



1t3; 



: Then 



EqulL 

c1^s,''ak' ltl"°' 5- 9-8'; Gairiia o"t~JBi» 
at Mth St Theatre closed; J. Drew 
notifies strikers that he and Uonel and 
Ethel Barrjinore are with Equity: 

Sromlnent playera reslRn ; O. Itroad- 
urat protests cloalng of hU play. The 
Crimson AUDI; K. Gordon arrest.'d 
While picketing: A. Hughes fined T2r>; 
series of strike benefits will start this 
week, Ag 11. 1:3: Usten, Lester! re- 
sumed with co-authors Jn cast : W. A. 
Brady intends to play rolo In his pro- 
duction: E. H. Sothern organizing new 
actors' soc; F. Zlegfcid Jorns mgrs and 
obtains temporary Injunction prohibit- 
ing Equity from Interfering with his 
production: Broadway alive with pick- 
ets, Ab 12. 1:3; Cohan pledges last 
dollar In fight against Equity: several 

6 lays Indefinitely postponed: Vice Pres 
IcRae answera Broadliur.st'a state- 
ment that actora who quit his play 

violated r "" — 

Boc Was tu - 

ent strike: ..u...^.v. —d^- _-- 

quit Equity and Join new aoc, Ag 13. 
1:3. 12 :B: A. Hopkins gives hint of 
terms on which mgrs are willing lo 
aid In ending atrike: will not deal with 
Equity: 2 more theatres cioa^-d: Shu- 
berts obtain injunction preventing In- 
Bothcrn denlwi formlnK riv;il niK;iniK;i- 
tlon, Ac 14, 1:2. ;i:.-i: mgis ivJ.iU offers 
Of medikllon mi.de by Ur V. I'l :ine i.nd 
group of playwrights; Sothem dls- 
dalms Intention of organizing new 
soc: C. C. Shay of Stagehands- Union 
declares they will be calliKl out when 
time comes; De Wolf Hopi.er Joins 
strikers: Shuberts present Those Who 
Walk In Darkness under protection of 
inJuncUon, Ag 15, 1:2; Sec of l-ubpr 
Wilson appoints B. Squires and R. B. 
Mahany to confer with nctora and 
mgrs; S. Untermyor willing to ili'tend 
suits against actora without compensa- 
tion; com of actors heailcil by t.... ". 



ilar'stago hands and n 
at* theatres following rt 

pres Shay of Intemall'v 
atricnl Stage Kmployes; !■ 
Squires and Mahany sti. -,----.. - 
but bolh aides frown on Govt lntCTV.._ 
tion; mgrs plan to open cmploi-nii'nt 
bureau ; Colian siiys In: woulii 
back new organiKi.tiiin of actora 
with 1100,000 and resiKus from Pro- 
ducing Mgrs Ah-<o^; rngrs cliiirKe The- 
atrical ifechunics' T'nion and Musi- 
cians' Union with bad faith in culling 
walkout. Air n. 1:1: complete sliut- 
down of theatres all oi.;r country 
threatened; Blalemcnt by I'. Gllmorc: 
actors' parade will be held lodiiy; 
Chorus Kquicy Assoc announces de- 
mands, Ag 18. 1.4; striking stnge 
hands and musicians close 5 more the- 
atres; Equity launches first strike 



ACTORR' Eqnity Aisoo (IntfadinK strik*):— 
N-w York flly;— Progress of Strike (cootin- 

beneflt performance at Lexington The- 
atre; actor- parade in rain: D. Jieiasco 
in open letter chnrcea F. Wilaon with 
having deserted actors' causa in 18»r 
W. A. Urady announces he wiU retire 



settlement; group of playwrights act 
as mediators; cases of M. Gest and S. 
S. Harris for assaulting actors put off : 
Henry Miller Theatre closed, Ag 20, 
1:4; S. Jarvls, picket, found guilty of 
disorderly conduct : R. Oorilon dls- 
<hi.VKt.ii : T. Wilson anawera charges. 
Ak ■•(). :!.«: p.>.ue move started by 
plajrighla taita. Ag 21. 1:2: R. C. 
Mt'flJ'Ue iind I. S. Cobb aupport ac- 

ment Ag 2'2,"' J :4'"''Th" BMter* 'ofe 
closes when muaicians and stage hands 
strike, Ab- S2. 1:4; actors organizing 
new organization and ask Q. U. Cohan 
to become Prea: Gov Smith will not 
come to N Y C lo mediate strike; 
Kqulty pledges 121,500 lo strike fund; 
stiige hands and musicians hint at de- 
mands on llicir own account. Ag 23, 
7 ;1 ; CaBlno and IJberty Theatres closed 
when stage hands and muslclana are 
called out; total number of houses 
closed now 21; new Actors' Fidelity 
League orgnniied and offers Presi- 
dency to Cohan; Equity Assoc calls 
new organiziition part of mgra' cam- 

eiign to brrak strike; statement by F. 
Ilmore; Justice Hendrlch will render 
decision tomorrow on motion to vacate 
Injunclion against Equity members; 
silences Intttrs' counsel. M. W. Uttle- 
ton, In court, Ag 24, 0:1; Winter Gar- 
den closed ; Equity Assoc forms 
the Natl Co-operative 'Hieatra and 
plans to enter Into producing on 
a large scnle: Cohan accepts Presi- 
dency of t'ldullty League; L. Barry- 
more's statement replylns to O. Skin- 
ner, who resigned from Equity Assoc; 
stage hands favor finish fight, Ag 25. 
11:1; Ir by Grace Oriswold ansirerlnK 
W. Favcriham. Ag 25. 10:7: Equity 
says It Kill build Uioatres if neceasarr 
to play its own shows; obtains Acad- 
i.my ,<: Wiij^l.- in lirooklj-n and Thoro- 
ashefnliy TluMtrc In Manhattan; Jua- 
tt<'e Hencldi'k F;,ys he will eiga In- 
Juni'llona i>ii>hi lilting Equity Assoc 
from Inl'Tfi ring with reopening of 
closed thcatr.'x; picketing will be 
stopped: Fidelity League announces 
m<'mbert.hip of 1,1S4; F. GoUM.lialk's 
Htalenient in n^gard lo FId-lity 
lA'iigue, Ag 20, 2M:;l: Equity plans a 
star production at Empire Theatre, 
Ag 27, 1:3. 2:0: ed. Ag 27, 10:4; 
ch^irge of asHiiult against M. Oest dla- 
nils.-ed. Ag 27, 3:0; Justice HendiiL-k . 
stRiiH ui'iii'ra prohibiting ' 



Ki:! 



. Actors' Fund, Ag 2! 



t of- 



mi'ut: billi>oMi'rs side with strikers: 
Actors' i:qulty Jlall at Hotel Aator 
nets S7.(">0 for strike fund; Hippo- 
drome cliwiil wh«n stage hands atrike, 
cuui<(>d by l'>iiilngiinni's membership In 
Priiduclns Mgr» Assoc ; closing was 
not iii'di'riil by Kqulty; atatement by 
1', S. KtMlty Co., owners of Hippo- 
drume. Ag 'M, 1:3; Dlllincliam resigna 
from Hippi.ilrome and houae will re- 
open; atiktcment by mgrs giving Argu- 



July^tpt, 1»1». THE NSW TOBK TIMES INDEX. 



mentB that were presented to S. Gom- 
pers: attempt to reopen 2 Shubert 
theatres abandoned; £kiulty BaJl 
netted tlR.OOD. Ag 30. 1 :2 : Hippodrome 
ETHntB all demands and gives choruH 
Blrla *10 a week more: Equity otfldals 
■ee early ending of strike: loophole 
for peace seen In new Fidelity con- 
tract which mgrs have signed: Fidel- 
ity Leaeuo issues statement setting 
forth Its alma, Ag 31, 1 :3 : list of thea- 
tres closed by strike. Ag 31, IV.. 2:1; 
8. l^nlermyer In Ir to F. Gilmore 
points out contradictions In stand of 
mgrs and advocates closed shop for 
theatre, S 1, 2:4; new shows launched 
by Actors' Equity S 2, 9:3: stag.:- 
hands and muslclana now running 
strike: opening of The Mikado at Shu- 
bert Theatre, which was sanctioned 
by E^qulty Assoc, halted: Ekiulty Assoc 
rnr-m on with plans (or opening mor(^ 
Hippodrome reopens; F. 
niiBuii answers D. Werfield's state- 
ment In defense of Actors' Fidelity 
I-eague. S 2, 10:1: night conferences 
of Rigrs point to early settlement: 
Equity Assoc will be recognised with 
no discrimination in favor of Fidelity 
members against Equity members: 
Bessie McCoy complains of being sub- 
jected to third degree by Equity, S 3, 
1:1. 3:4; mgrs continue conferences 
looking toward strike settlement: rec- 
ognition of Actors' Equity Assoc 
favored; several mgrs notify actors to 
prepare to work: call for meeting of 
vaudevllla branch of Associated Actors 
and Artists of Amer regarded as move 
to extend strike ; Equity Assoc denies 
strike Is now largely In hands of stage 
hands; G. Stewart's statement; S i. 
1:2; mgrs' offer of recognition of 
Assoc in return for agreement not to 
go out on sympathy strike for period 
of years rejected by actors: formal 
statement of Producing Mgrs' Assoc, 
S H. 1:2: C. C. Shay of Intematl Al- 
liance of Theatrical Stage Employes 
Instructs members to walk out on 
stHke at theatres where Shubert showg 
are billed: G. M. Cohan tells how his 
vacation was spoiled, S S, 1:1; Fidel- 
ity League members charge Equity 
Assoc with unfairness: say pasting of 
E^qulty label on actors' trunks is dis- 
crimination; Mgr W. Irving accused 
of refusing to engage actress unless 
she Joined the Ekiulty: statement by 
H. Frayne. S 28. 21 :1. 
Review of the strike prepared by leading 
players over signature of Q. Creel, 5 
14, III, 8:1: Actors' Fidelity presents 
views In answer to statement, S 21. 
in, fl:l 
SetUement of Strike—Strike ends: differ- 
ences settled at conference between 
mgrs and Equity officials, S B. 1:1: 
terms of agreement ratified by mgrs 
and Ekiuity; terms outlined In Joint 
statement by A. Hopkins and F. Qil- 
more; several theatres reopen; state- 



New Y«rk Cllyi— Sothem. E. H. 



Cohan, proud of Fidelity League, will 
aid In building It up. S 7, 1:3; actors 
Jeer at settlement of strike at mass 
meeting: hiss Fidelity League, S S, 
1:4: ed. S 8, 12:3; mass meeUng 
unanimously Indorses agreement with 
mgrs : peace agreement read to actot s : 
theatres rapidly reopening, S 9. 10.4 

Seymour, P., Ir, Ag 28. 10:7 

Sidelights on strike: article by D. H. Wal- 
lace, Ag 24, IV. 2:3 

Sothem, E. H.. Ir Indorsing stand taken 
by actors signed by himself and wife, 
Ak 0, 20:1; falls as mediator. Ag 8, 



: tears for future 



^uits-sults aggregntlne KOO.OOO filed by 
Shuberts against Equity Assoc and SOO 
members; list of defendants, Ag 12, 
1:3: 2:5; mgrs in advertisement warn 
actors they are personally liable for 
all damages and losses caused by 
strike, Ag 12, 14:1; G. W. Wlckersliam 
retained by actors, Ag 13, 1 :3 

TumbuU, B. li. ir. Ag 17, IH, 1:8 

Woods, A, H.. article. 8 7. IV, 6:1 
PhlladH phi 11—2 theatres scheduled to open 

will remain closed, Ag 30, 7:5 
Protldo'--- r- ■ - ■' -■ 

1.1:2 



-„ ... .;li; Oilve WyndhW'Vafll'^eSu; 
Laura Hope Crews and others, Ag 11. 1:3; 
open Ir of H. Kyle to R H. Sothem, Ag 
11, »:n: L. Loncrgan and K. L. Swele re- 
sign: Equity denies Laura Hope Crews 
resigned, Ag 12. 1:3; D. Warfleld resigns 
and urges actors to Join Sothem's new 
actors' Boc, Ag 13, 12:5: ed on L. Loner- 
gans realgnstlon, Ag 13. 10:5; Mary and 
Florence Nash, Ag 13, J2.S; O. Skinner. 
Ag 19, 1:4 
t Lo dirt— Shubert- Jefferson Theatre will re- 
main closed because of unsettled condi- 



Ag 211, 2:9: Ag 30, 7:5 



ACTORS' FidFUtj- l.ragDe— Organlies and 
offers Presidency to O, M, Cohan, Ag 2*, 
5:1: Cohan assumes Presidency and raada 
terms of new contract which mgrs now 
offer actors; his $100,000 contribuUon de- 
clined and la turned over to Actors' Fund, 
Ag 28, 1S:1; alma, Ae 31, 1:3: Cohan proud 
of league and will aid in building It up, 8 

7. 1 :3 : hissed at mass meeting of actors, S 

8. 1:4 

Sen Bins Actors' Equity Assoc— N Y C— 
Progress of Strike 
ACTORS' Fund or Amer— Organizing a 
" drive " on behalf of theatrical profession, 
Jl 7. 18:2: J. D. Rockefeller. Jr. will serve 
on Advisory Com for proposed drive of 
Actors' NaU Memorial Fund. Jl 14, 12:1; 
Governors of nearly all States approve 
drive, Jl 28, 8:2; gota $100,000 from G, M. 
Cohan which Actors' Fidelity League de- 
led. Ag 28, ]5:1;^W. H. Taft, C. B. 



1 agree to employ only members 

Equity Assoc 

ADAMS. <MrB) AUcc P., see Martin. C, C. 

ADAMS, Barney, see N T C— Police Dept— 
Vice Squad 

ADAMS, C. E.. »f» American Lieglon— Con- 
vention, Ag 22 

ADAMS, Franklin— says prohibition In U. 
S. will cause exodua to the West Indies 
and Latln-Amer countries. S 29, 2:2 

AIIAMS, Georgr Burton— Ir on attitude of 
E, Root on League of Nations, Jl S. 1S:7 

ADAMS, J, J.-wTll. Jl 10, 16.1 

ADAMS, James Tnialow. see Virginia- 
House of Burgesses 

ADAMS, (Col) John QalBey— death. As A. 
9:2 



in.caoy Google 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jtify-S»pU, 191§. 



ADAH8, Mra. Tai 

lock, r ' 
ADAMS 

As 30, 

ADD AM B. Jan*— will go to Berlin with 
Quaker Food Comm for distribution of 
food to German chlldreti. Jl 3, 3:3: arrives 
In BerUn, Jl 10, 10;Di returns to U. 8.. As 
IT, 22:2; addresses conference of women 
physicians on lives of women nleht work- 
er* In Chicago factories. 8 23. ^:3 

ADDICKB, 4. Edward— death and career, 
A«8, »:i 

ADDIMGTON, Georfe W.— elected Ora&d 
Chancellor of Knights of Pythlaa, Ag 1. 



ABBONADTIOS, subdivided or < 
enced as follow*;— 

Accidents Peace Conference 

Airplanes Peace Treaty with 
Alpine MIefats Oermany 

Anniversaries Prlios 

Balloonlsta' Con- ProBreaa 

ventlon Prophecies 

Balloons Races 

Chronology Radio Stationa 

Oommendal Records 

Contests Itocf landings 

Ulrlglbles Safe Uachinas 

European War SmuggUng 

Bxhibitlona Stowaways 

Flying Boats Strikes 



28 :S 

ADIBONDACK Hts— State Service, monthly 
msgaillie, tells how Ehnerson, Ldwell. and 
Agassis spent sununera on Raquette River. 
Ak 31, 14 :1 

ADKIN8, Jesse C. see Williams, John S. 

ADLBR. (Dr) Frlederlch— denounces peace 
treaty with Austria. Jt 28, 2:1 

ADI.EB. Isaac — estate. Jl 19. 19 :S 

ADLBR, (HkJ) JoUus Odis— receives Italian 
War Cross for Merit, Jl 22, S:S; will re- 
ceive French dtaUon at City Hall. N T 
C. 8 24. 7;l; cited, S 26. 13:7; made Cheva- 
lier of Legion of Honor and cited by Gen 
Pelaln. S 27. 12:7 

ADHIBALB— W. H. Crockett cotmnents on 
number furnished to navy by Vermont and 
on degrees conferred upon Ma/c and 
rwwey by Vermont Unlv, Ir, Jl 3, 12:8 
See also U. S.— Congress Bills— Officers' 
Rank 

ADOPTIONS, spo Blohm. B. B. ; Duff, Mrs. 
G. A. ; Fahr. J. ; Hayford, R, r Herbert, 
Mrs. E, R. : Janis, Elsie 

ADOB, (Fre* of Swltserland) Gustav- 
praises I<eague of Nations: warns Swiss 
workers against Bolshevism, Jl 23, 2:3 

ADOPTIONS, see Blohm, E. E. ; Hayford, 
R.; Herbert, Mrs. B. R. 



Mall Servloe-Shlp Malls 
ADRIATIC PToblum, see Buropean Wai^ 
Peace Conference- Italian -Jugoslav Dis- 
pute; Flume; Jugoslavia— Italy. Relations 
with 
ADI;I.TEBATKD Food, see Foodstuffa- 

Adulterfltlon 
ADVANCK Rubber Co— Com dlvd. S B. 26:5 
A DTBBT I SI NO— Australian Commonwealth 

prohibits cinema use, Ac 24, II, T:e 
ADVERTIfllNO Olabs, see Associated Ad- 
vertising Clubs 
ADVISORY CsnacU of Real Estate lutein 
«>(•— Statement on viewpoints ol taxpay- 
ers, Jl 27, IX, 16:3 
:aEAN Sea, see European War— Peace 



AP.BIAI. I.easBe at America— Ed on tours 
planned, Jl I, 12:3; announces personally 
conducted aerial tours to be made from 
AUanUc City, Jl 27. 4:7: Capt Glldden. 
tbrough league, offers trophy for touring. 
Ag 13, 1S:3 

AERO Club ef Amei^Luncheon to NO plane 
filers; gives medals to commanders. Jl 11, 
10:8: awards medal to Rear Admiral Flske. 
Inventor of torpedo plane: Ir of thanks, Ag 
10. 8:2; entertains A. Santos-Dumont, Ag 
21. 8:3; announces rules for Thomas Ince 
transpacific flight. Ag 23. e:l: announces 
plans for Intematl race around world. 8 
. 1S:4; sends Repr La Guardia Specif 



Lt Comm Read. Jl U, 4:0 



Hangars Transatlantle 
Hydroplanes FUghta 

Insurance Tranaatlantlc 
Intematl Rules Service 

Inventions Tr^nscontlnentBl 
Lending and Hoar- Flights 

l^evlces Vocabulary 

Iaws Weather Condl- 
Llber^ Motors tlons 

Hail Service Wireless Devlcaa 

Uooring Devices World Fllghta 

Newspaper Storiea Zeppelins 

Pacific Flights Aise by couotrie* 
Parachutes and routes, and 

Faasenger Service types of ma- 

Paten ts dilnes 



t Accidents— Aeronau tics 



Alrplaaes: — 
Eds comparing them with dirigibles, Jl 

e. 12:6; Jl 23 8:0 
Fireproof Machine — New German plane 
shown; made of metal througtiout, Ac 



IV, 10:3 

Safety Com petitions-British Govt wtn 
offer 1320,000 In prises tor building 
safer type machines. Ag IS. 7:1; da- 
talls and rules for competitions put>- 
Uehecl. Ag 24, 3:2 
Alpine Flight s— Tad d loll, Swiss aviator, 
troBses Alps for first Hme In seaplsiie, 
Jl 14, 2:4: Lt Alkermann lands on sum- 
mit of Jungfrau, Ag 20. 1T:3; regular 
passenger servloe scheduled. Ag 27. 4:6: 
Capt Bradley tiles from London to Lau- 
sanne, S 24. 12:2 
AnDlverssriM- MaJ Oen Menoher coogist- 
ulatcs O, Wright on 10th annlvarsa^ of 
first delivery of airplane to U. S. Oovt. 
Jl 31. 2:7 
HalloonlBtB' Coxventlan- Held at Worce«- 
ter: vote to make Worcester beadquartars 
of Eastern dept of balloon aviation, Jl 
27, 4:1 
BallooDs:— 
First flight of free balloon over N T C 

succoasfully accomplished. 8 11, 16:6 
Todd, (Prof) A., will attempt to com- 
municate with planet Mara, Jl 8, 6:2 
Bee Bl«o K sees— Army- Navy Balloon Race, 



Avram. M. H.. tells of activity in for- 
eign countries and Inactivity of U. 
S.. Ag 3, IV. 10:1 
Canada— Aircraft Materials and Equip- 
ment Corp will distribute In U. S. 

,. .. Canadian training 

'. ll:.-> 

_., jredlcts 

merce fleet. Jl 1., „._ 

Dlffen, P. G.. (Pros of United Aircraft 

Engineering Corp), discusses future 

pOBSi bill ties. S 14. IV. 12:1 

Bng land— Govt will adopt new air policy 

and aid commercial firms, fi 9, 19:T; 

^ G^ piffen tells of progress. S 14, 



IV. 12:1 



JiOy-Stpt, mi. THE NEW YOKE TIMES INDEX. 



land and France through Central 
Europe, A* 15. 10;* 
France— Govt plans for aevelopment, 8 

German Skicpelln Service, ica Aeronautica 
— TranHsdantlc Service 

India— Lord Montagu dlscuBaeB poaalblll- 
IlPB. Jl B. rv. 11:3 

Loddon-ParlB freight and paaBenger 
B^rvlce Inaugurated, Ag 2S, 3:1; 3 
planes start on round tnp: Air Lilne 
Co dlapatche» let express of Its regn- 

TTnlted Aircraft Bngliieering Corp — Pre- 

parea booklet e«plalnlng benefits of 

commerrlal aviation, Ak 24, IV, 11:3 

B«e «l»o TranBatlantle Bervice: U, B.~ 

Passenger Service, below 

CsntFrnts— H de la Meurthe Deutsch, Pres 

of Aero Club of France, gives club 2,000 - 

000 francs for prizes, Jl 8. 3 :I ; H. Wood- 

hniiiv announces 12 contests scheduled In 

and Bbrnid ; prize 



Bridsh Govt begins building i 

dirigible. Jl 10. 1:6 
Eds compalrtng them with airplanes, Jl 

0, 12:6' Jl a, 8:8 
Hangars— Plana for huge < 

by Navy at Lakehurat 

IittDdlng and Mooring, see Aeronautics- 
Landing and Mooring ISevices 

R-32 (BrTMBh)— Makes trial flight: de- 
scription. Jl e, 4:4 

R-33 {British)- May be sent on 20-day 
tripto^India. Jl ■- ■ -■ — " "— 

V'to'p^ll^ 

na, a 12, 18:4 

R-34 (British)- Flies over London on way 
back to East Fortune after transat- 
lantic flight. Jl 31, 3:8 
Ser also Aeronautics— Transatlantic 
Flights— British Plans 
Kgypt - France — Commander Vuillemin 

makes flight with 3 slops. B II. 82 :S 
BngiaeB— Creation of noiseless gasoline tur- 
Wne c ~ ■ ■ " '" 



AEBONADTIOSi- Fnnee (contlDued)— 
Frsnce-Anitralia FUght — Poulet, French 
aviator, will attempt Parls-Uelboume 
flight S 21. II, 1:1; Poulet anaounces 
stops. S 29, 0:7 
Oases— J, W, Harrlnrton tells value of 

helium for flying, Jl iT, III, 7:1 
Oermanr- Zeppelin transatlanUc commercial 
service advertised to begin on Oct 18 ; will 
be forbidden by U. 9. Qovt; officials say 
that peace treaty strips Germany of diri- 
gibles, Jl 10, 1:7, 2:3; Asst District Atty 
Kllroe ^questions Kahrs on Zeppelin plan. 



N. J.. Jl 28. 



e credited t 



I. Jl 18, 
10:2 

DlnKlbies. see Aeronautica— Blrlglbles 

E:ngrand-BrasU Flight, see Transatlautlc, 
below 

E^nelaDd -Scandinavia Flight — 2 flying 
boats will leave Felixtowne for l>^ay 
cruise to Norway, Bweden, and Den- 
mark. July 10, 2:6 

India and South Africa Flights— London 
Dally Bxpress offers fOO.OOO prize. Jl 

London Flying Club at Hendon — Officers; 

Lord Lonsdale is Pres. Ag 10, IV. 11 :8 

Naval Airships— 8 rigid airships under 

constmcUoS. Jl 1071 :7 

Earapcan War, see European Wai^-Aero- 

see France, and Holland, be- 
ing Boalsi see England-Scandinavia 
light above 

iBCA— H. de la Meurthe Deutsch, Pres of 
ero Club of France, gives club S.000,000 
ancs for prizes. Jl 8. 3:1: figures con- 
tmlng output of airplanes, Ag 18. 8:8; 
Ldopts principle of aeronautical c 



"?(; 



lln and Munich to be Inaugurated, Ag 6, 
8:S; fireproof plane made of metal 
throughout shown In Berlin. Ag 10. 4:8; 
police in planes catch Bmugglers, Ag 20. 
1:4: Ag21, 6:1; Zeppelins stTlI being built : 
latest carries 38 passengers and baggage. 
See alio Zeppelins, belew 
Handler Page rUB»-Mo(e— In former 
Index entered under Aeronautics— Trans- 
atlantic Flights— London Dally Malt Prise 
— Uandley Page 



Filers Btin detained at Newfoundland. Jl 
3. S:8: abandon plana (or Atlantic " 
Ing; wlU fly to NT; MaJ, Bracbley, 



3. S:8: abandon plana '(of~Atfantic c- 
Ing; wlU fly to NT; MaJ, Bracbley, plJot 
Hoj, Oran, navigator; picture of plana. 



-- ., _:8, p 2; starts for N T: crew; 
passes R-34; pictures of Admiral Kerr, 
commander, Brackley and Qran. Jl B, 
1:4. pn 2, 3; forced to land a.t Parrs- 
boro, N S; hits fence; F, Wyatt wireless 
operator, teUs of antaah; Kerr tells of 
fll^t Jl 6, 1:2, 3; plan to fly to N T 
abandoned; nlone being dismantled. Jl & 
4:2; Admiral Kerr tdls of accident Jl 
17. 32 :2 ; will resume fll^t to N T. 8 21, 
II, 1:2 

Bangan, see Dirigibles, abeve 

HoUand— First exhibition held In Amster- 
dam, Ag 10, 4:4; country Is expected to 
become connecting link between allied and 
Central European countries, Ag 10, 16:4; 
exhibition visited by Queen and Prince 
consort Ag 29, 8 :3 

Hydroplane* — New Bell-Baldwin plane 
makes 71 miles per hr, believed to be 
record, B 10 10:2 

India— Lord Montagu discusses possibilities 
for commercial flying, Jl 8, IV, 11 :3 

India and Booth Africa, see England, 

iBsnranee— Travelers' Ins Co Considers pro- 
posal for insuring passengers' lives on 
proposed N T-South Amer dirigible 



... see France, above 

Internatl Bnlea— Aero Club of America gets 
complete text of Paris Convention of In- 
tematl Air Navigation; chief provtslons, 
Ag, 13, 14 ;2 

Bee also European Wai^-Peace Confer- 
ence—Aeronautical Comm 
Isventlans— MaJ. Schoeder makes altitude 
record with plane equipped with super- 
charger; statement by C. Vought 8 10. 

Bee also Landing and Mooring Devices, 
Ireland, ace Irelond-^lnn Fein— Meetings 
Italy—Police Inspector of Naples raids 

gambling house at Capri, S 12, 4:7 
LabradoT^-AIrplanes cruising over couBtry 

disclose timber lands, Ag &, 0:1 
Landing and Mooring Device* — Device in- 
vented in England for landing without 
assistance of any one but crew; necessity 
for shed done away with, Jl 10, 2:6; au- 
ttnnatlc moorings used In British landing 
fields by dirigibles discussed "- "- 



THE NEW YOBK TIHGS INDEX. JtUif-StpU, 1919. 



AEBOMAOTICS:— IdndlDK and Hworinc Da- 
vleet (contltmed)— 

Litwa — Ed, Flight law niUHt bo reviaed. (on 
BalUmore blimp accident.) Jl_23. 8:0: N 



War— Peace 



12 ( 



.r Dcpt develops 24- 

. „ .„blea comparlnB Liberty 

IJberty 24, and liberty 24 and 



htgh-power¥d foreign motors, Ag 10. 17:5 
Llnbon-Blo Jsnfiira Flltht, iH Aeronautics 

—Transatlantic Flights— Brazilian Prlie 
Idndon-Lausanne Elltbt, •«« Alpine 

Flights, »bove 
Madrid-Rome Fllslit— Made by Aviator 

Stoppanl, As S, 9:2 

..»^. I 30, 4:6 
t Oovt subsldiie 
countries so as 

1 big cities, Ak 

.>!. ,>:i, ceiiin-Copenhascn line will 
be opened, S 38, 17 :S 
South America— Brazil will enter contract 
with Hand ley-Page Airplane Co to 
carry mall, 9 18, B:a 
Transatlantic Flight, see Aeronautics— 

Transatlantic Flights— BrltlBh—R-34 
U. S., (ce Aeronautics— U. S.— Mall Serv- 
ice 
U. S.-West Indies— O. Praeger, AsBt Post- 
master Gen. sails for Havsno to i-nm- 
plete arrangements, S 20, ' 



ind Protection— Am. 



In air 



B Mexico— Border Raids 
er Aviators 
} Ldindlng and Moor- 

ght, Hei Transatlantic Flights 

iron'to Flight, an Races itnd 

enger Service, below 

1-Mew York Flight, see Hand- 



1 It c 



Paelrle Fllghtu— Rules for Thomas H. 
Ince transpacific flight, for which tSO.OOO 
prize Is offered, Ag 23, 5:1: E. Donald- 
son will cross ocean, via Hawaiian Isl- 
ands, from San Francisco to home In 
Australia. S 17. 17:7: TI. S. Navy plans 
night to Philippines. 8 27. 13:2 

TsrachDtPo— Sylvia Boy den. parachute 
diver, describes Jumps, sp art. S 28, VII. 
P 10 



Romc-Napios ... „ 

U. S.. see Aeronautics— U, : 
Service 
Pst'xts. see Curtlss Airplane and Motor 

Peace Cnnterenre, >ee European Wai^ 
Peace Conference — Aeronautic Comm 

Prsce Treaty with Orrmany. are European 
War— Peace Treaty with Germany— Aero- 



n Contests, above 



tries, Ag 1ft. IV. 11:4 
PropliHlea— Lt Comm Read, at dinner In 
Ijondon. predicts round trip transatlantic 
flights In day. Jl .1, 2:7: ed, Jl 4, S:fl: 
ed on transatlantic flight of the R-.14 
and on prophecies made by Kipling. 
Wells, and others, Jl 7. 12:4 

' Balloon Race— St Louis con- 



tent; 



t of f 



still unaccounted for. S 28, 8:1 
Toronto-N. T.— 17 Americans enter for 
flight during Canadian Niitl Exposi- 



AEBOITAIITIOB:— 

25, 0:1; Prince of Wales will be 
starter: Contest Com reserves ligfat to 
reject any entry, Ag l, 11:2; 30 U. S. 
Govt planes entered. Ag 18, 10:1: 
Amer Flylni? Club will Install radio 
stations. Ag 22, 2:3; J. D. HIU. pstb- 
flnder, makes record flight from Buf- 
falo to MIneoIa. Ag 23. SiS: fliers, A« 
24. II, 1:1: 40 planes ready for start: 
Mayor Hylan's Ir to Prince of Wales: 
N Y Times ~ 



_ _ _ Albany. Ag 26. l -J, 

3:1, 2; Lt Plumb and Ma] ^brooder 
finish round trip flight; Lt Crehore 
hurt In smash at Albany; others out 
of race. Ag 27, 1:1; ed, Ag 27, 10:5; 
18 more fliers complete round trto; 
Lt Slater missing: Capt Reynolds and 
passenger hurt. Ag &, 3:1: « more 
finish: several filers make restart: L.t 
Slater landed, Ag 20, 8:2; race ended: 
unofficial figures give Lt Maynard the 
lead: last of Canadians finish, Ag 30, 

-" Lt Maynard Is ~^ 

' 'hose who , - -, 

Maynard 's achievement 
ana on vaiue of De Havlland-4 plane. 
S 2, 16:2: Ma) Schroeder wins: R. H. 
Depew Rets prize because of 'War 
Dtpt regulation, S 8, 28:1 

Transcontinental Army Flight— MaJ Oen 
Menoher orders army fliers to start 
simultaneously from Mlneola and San 
Francisco; rules, S 23, 8:2: time. 
speed, and handicap classes fixed, S 
28. 6:3 

Transcontinental Derby— Glldden Airplane 
Efficiency Trophy offered for touring. 
Ag 13. 15:3; Capt Glldden makes pub- 
lic plans for N Y to San Francinco 
Derby. Ag 19. 17:5 
Radio atMloaa, see Aeronautics— U. S.— 

Mall Service— Radio Stations 



Bragg, C, seta new mark tor sea- 
plane: rises 19.000 ft with passenger, 

S 30. 16:2 

Rohlfs. R., breaks Amer record: files 
to height of 31,000 ft Jl 26, 20:3: 
makes Amer record. 30.700 ft, Jl 31, 
1 :T : will try for new record ; tella rea- 
sons for making altitude flights. Ag 
3. 12:1; ascends 30.300 ft alone, estab- 
lishine new record, S 10. 6:3: ed on 
finding temperature warmer at In- 
creased height. S 16. 14 :S; breaJts all 
records, reaching 34.S10 ft: statement, 
S 10, 1:4: edfl. 8 20. 10:5 
Schroeder (MaJ). sets new 2-man rec- 
ord; flies to height of 2B.000 ft, S 7, 
1:2; rises 28.500 ft with passenger In 
plane equipped with supercharger, S 
15, 15:1; breaks 2-m an record, reach- 
ing 30.900 ft. S 25, 16 :2 
Waulbaug, M., (Parisian), claims to 
have reached 25.590 ft with passen- 
ger, Ag 10, 6:6 
Weiss (Lieut), nles 30.000 ft with pas- 
senger at Viltacouplay, Ac ID^ U:3 
Climbing— B. Rohlfs climbs 10.000 ft In 
9 mln 42 2-5 seconds. S 20, 2:9 

Clflggett, (Lt Col) H. B.. breaks 

Wnshlngton-N T record, Ag B, 8:6 
Cleveland-N T— Mall pilots break rec- 
■- *'itanoe with 3SS 
hrs and 6S tnlns. 

Hill. J.' D.'. nies from Buffalo to Mlne- 
ola in 4 hrs JO mins, Ag 23. 5:S 

Hydroplane— Bell-Baldwin plane makes 
71 miles an hr, believed to be record, 
S 10. 1Q:2 



July-Sept^ 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



land^elletont 
8:4 

Lecolnte. S., breaks French record, S 
27. 11:4 

Smith (Capt), Oles 610 miles at rate 
□f 148.44 milca an hr In niRht be- 
tween San Francisco nnd Ogden. Jl 



record, Ae S, 

Toronto-N Y Non-8top— MaJ Slmmona 
makes night In 3 hra 44 nilna, Ab 30, 
4:S 

Rsmr-Toklo— G. d'AnnllnzIo plans tllsht and 
return, Jl Ifl. 3:8: ed. Jl 17, 12:3; cost of 
proposed flight. S 8, 2:6 

Root LnndlKKC— Lt E. E. B»llough lands 
on building at Port Newark and starts 
new nieht. Ag 23, 5:2 

e»fe MscliiDrN, «rt Airplanes-Safe I y Com- 
petitions, above 

SniuKiltni— First case reported from Swe- 
den, Ag 11, 8:5: package dropped near 
Sweiden contained 8a:u>ii crown Jewel a, 
Ag 12, 1:4: German jvolico calch amug- 
Klers. Ac 20. 1:4; Ak 21. 11:1 

South A merlcB— Travelers Ins Co consid- 
ers proposal for insuring passengers' lives 
on proposed N Y-So Amer line, Jl 27, *;4; 
Lt Locatelll. Italian. fllcB from Buenos 
Aires to Valparaiso, making 1st trans- 
continent crossing, Ag 1. S:.";; Capt Mud- 
son, formerly of A E F, will ornanlie Bo- 
livia flying corps, Ag 0. 8:7: Lt Ijocatelll 
ends round trfp fltf^ht from Ationtic to 
Pacific and over Andes Mts. Ag 8. 15:7: 
A. SantoB-Dumont urges development, Ag 
21. 8:3 
Bee olMi Mall— Service— Sou til America. 

Stowawsrs— W. W. Ballantyne arrives on 
transatlanUc night of R-34: hid In rig- 
ging: discovered stricken with fever, Jl 
T, 1:4; Eallantyne banished from crew, 
Ag 16, 10:7 

Strlhrn, see Aeronautics— U. S.— Mail Serv- 
ice—Strikes 

Saper-charser, aee Inventions, abor* 

T«niBt«-N T Flight, ■•« Races, abore 

TTansallantle Fllgbtsi— 
Brazilian Prize — Qovt offers fl.SOO for 
Usbon-Rlo de Janeiro flight. As 2. 2:7 
British Plans:— 

H-34 (Dirigible)— Will watt for better 

ment installed at Hazelhurst and 
Hitctael Fields. Jl 1. 17:2: starts 
from Edinburgh; article by li. 
Holme; pictures of crew and plane; 
description of plane; careers of some 
members of crew; preparations for 
reception as announced In Col Mil- 
ler's official orders, Jl 2, pp 1-4; 
ed. Jl 2, 12:2; making progress: ar- 
ticle by li Holme; chart; prepara- 
tions at Roosevelt Field; eiplolta by 
Glen MalUand; picture of gas cylin- 
ders at MIneola, Jl 3. 1:7. p 2: off 
her course; plans for return night; 

S reparations at Roosevelt Field; Is 
ringing plaUnum, Jl 4. 1:7, 2:1-3; 
passes Handley-Page ; preparations 
for arrival: map of progress; in- 
formation stations opened, Jl 5, 1 :7, 
2:1; sends urgent call for help ; U. 
warships i ' 



had 



making for Montauk. „ . . .. — 
planned to proceed to MIneola after 
refueling at Boalon: preparatlo 
Boston; map of route: plctiirei 
description of plane. Jl 6. 1 :4-8, P 
ls,nds at Roo "■ — ■ ■ - ■ 

Pritchard lands t.. ,_.._ — -. 

Brig Gen MalUand: story of night 
by Lt Comm Lansdowne; pictures of 
plane and crew; welcome by Admiral 
Gleaves: chart; message from Sec 
Daniels; extracts from L.t Shelter's 
diary; Ueut Col W, A- Hensley Is 



don offlce; description. Jl 7. pp 1-10; 
eds. Jl 7. 12:1. S; ed on night and 
prophecies made by Kipling, Wells, 
and others, Jl 7, 12:4; wind catiaea 
rip in fabric and break in girder; 
pictures: Mai Scott announces re- 
turn start for today: warned by 



ings exchanged br Mayor Hylan of 
NYC and Lord Mayor of London. 
Jl 8. 3, pp 1-3; ed on weather condi- 
tions and on choice of routs, Jl 8. 
10:3, 5; delay because of Weather 
■ ■ ■ fight r ' 



engines; greetings from 
House of Commons to House of 
Reprs; office " ' '■----■ 

.1 flight; picture' of illuminated 

ship; farewell messages; blimp car- 
ries Ir from Pres Wilson to King 
George; chart of homeward route; 
Mrs Edison presents phonograph ; 
Capt Moore descriljes machine, Jl 

10. pp 1. 2: ed. Hnll and farewell, 
Jl 10, 14:2; 1.400 miles from 
MIneola: MaJ Scott sends messages 
of thanks to Admiral Glennon and 
Forecaster Bowie; story of night 
over Times BIdg; picture; chart of 
progress; will be met bv R-33. Jl 

11, 1:1. p 3; 2.300 miles from N Y; 

I engine dumaged, Jl 12. 1:1; lands 
at Pulham. England: another engine 
disabled ; comment by H. 'Wood- 
house: chart of homeward route, Jl 
13, 1:8. 2:1: details of landing: MaJ 
Scott describes return: King George 
gets Ir from Pres Wilson; first air 
mall from U. 8. : copies of the N T 
Times delivered; Brig Gen MalUand 
praises Amer reception ; MalOand'a 
log: King George congratulates 
Scott; Illustration; carrier pigeon 
lost on return flight. Jl 14. pp 1. 2; 
King George and Lord Reading send 
thanks for i-oples of N Y Times; The 
TImc.o nnd The rhlla Public Ledger 
claim to be first to cross by airship; 
officers arrive in London, Jl 10, 
17:8; Gen Pershing acknowledges re- 
ceipt of copies of N Y Times, Jl 16, 
17:4; bird picked up at sea believed 
to be pigeon lost on night. Jl 17. 1:!; 
officers make report to King GeorgO, 
Jl 17. 7:3; Arab Davis acknowledges 
receipt of N Y Times, Jl 18, Bt2; 
N Y Times carried by blimp arrive 

II days before those sent by mail, 
Jl 25, n:l; crew thanks K of C for 
attentions nt Roosevelt Field, Jl 80. 
3:5; David I.lnvd George ncknowledgs 

receipt of N Y Times, Ag 10. n. 1:2: 
Ballantyne, stowaway, banished from 
crew. Ag 15. 15:7: fliers decorated 
by British, Ag 25, 1:2 
Editorials— Ed on night of R-34. Jl 2. 
12:2: The , rucccbs of R-34;_ R^ec- 

prophecles. Jl 7. 12:1, 4. 8: ed on 
weather conditions during R-34 flight, 
Jl S. 10:3; ed on return of the R-34. 

Effect on Iiicernall Relations— Sen Edge 
tolls Ellis' convention that U. S. can- 
not loncer stand aloof from old world, 
Jl 8. 3:3 
French PI iins— Airship Goliath flies from 
Versailles to Casablanca, Morocco: 
- Dakar, Ag 13. U:r>: no 



s of the Goliath. Ag 1 



THE NEW YORK TIVES IKDEX. Jntg-StpL, 1»1». 



ABBONACTIOSi — TrMMktUntlfl FUdata: — 

French Plana (continued)— 

20. 14:7; the Goliath given up aa lost. 
As 22, 11:4: Qollath forced down 
north of Dakar by broken propeller. 
As Z4, 3:3; details, Ak 2&, 3:3; A« 31, 
n. 1:3 



11,050 for Btamp of attempted fliKht, 

A 12. 13:4 
Raynham, P. P.. *ee Aenjnautlea— 

Tranutlantlc Flights— Raynham. F. 

P- 
BAynham. P. p.— Note — In former Index 
entered under Aeronautics— Transat- 
lantic PIlshtB— London Dally Mall 
Prize — Raynham 

Trial trip at St John's with Martlnsyde 
plane. Jl G, Z:Z: ready for night. Jl 
T. 10:2: delay, Jl 10, 2:S; plans start 
today. Jl 13, 2;I; start prevented by 
radiator leak and tire split, Jl U, 2:3: 
waits westerly wind, Jl 15, 17:8: at- 
tempts overseas fllBht; plane eom- 



ordere 



Dandon 



I England, Jl 



attempts and i 
10. 7:4 

Types of Ptanes—Deecrlptlon of British 
dirigible R-J4, Jl 2, S :1 ; Jl !, 1 :1 '- 

scrlptlon of p— ■'— »> ^i-.-- 

6, 2:7: J:B; 

views Sec Daniels, who tc — 

planned and built NC planes, special 



of R-g4 ; built at plants of Sir W. a. 

AimstronK, Whit worth ft Co. Jl 7. 

10:1; Capt Moore describes principal 

features of R-34, Jl 10. 2:7 
D, S. Navy:— 

Description of Planes— W. H. Craw- 
ford Interviews Sec Daniels, who 
tells how navy planned and built 
NC planes, special article, Jt fl. VU, 
PP 4, 5 

NC-1— Lieut Conun Bellinger and crew 
entertained by Amer Flying- Club. 
Jl 3. 2:7: dinner to crew by O. Cur- 
tlss; luncheon by Aero Club of 
* '-- --' Queens Chamber of 



} of America 



llneer, Jl 11, 10:8: Bellinger and 
crew appear at Police Field Day 
games, Jl S!0. S:3 
NC-3 — Comm Towers and crew enter- 
tained by Amer Flying Club, Jl 3, 
2:7; dinner to crew by O. Curtlas' 
luncheon by / — r-,,..-,. .. .. ,_ 



■ Char 



i0:8: Towu._ > 

Police Field Day gan 



r of C 



I SO. fl 



Read speaks: Sec Daniels sends tel- 
egram, Jl 3. 2:7: plane arrives In 
Bklyn on the Aroostook, Jl 3. ;i:2; 
plane Is being assemblpd : will be 
placed on exhibition. Jl 8, S:3: Read 
receives official welcome to New 
Fngland from Govs Bartlctt and 
Coolldge; N C-4 renchea ContrnI 
Park and will be reassembled. Jl 9, 
B.8: dinner to crew by G. Curtiss; 
luncheon by Aero Club (' '- ' 



I 11. : 



— t up In Central Par... 
thousands, Jl 14. 13:3; w 
to Washington. Jl 17, 



! Stationed by plane In Cen- 
tral Park to boost recruiting, Jl 27. 
4:6: will be disassembled at Central 
Park and make recrulllng tour. Jl 
28. 8:3: may fly to Pacific Coast In 
charge of Read, Ag 3. 8:2: will be 
brought to .iLtlantlc City, Ag 23, 9:2; 



__ _ . . — TiMsatlaBtla VUgbtol — 

u. D. Navy:— N C-4 (continued)— , 

will head flotilla from Rockaway to ' 

AtlanOe City on recruiting trip for 
navy, S 2S, S:2: Read arrives at At- 
lantic City, first landing place In 
recTuitlllK trip, S 23, 8:3: Comm 
Read entertained at luncheon, S 24. 
17:5: arrives at Rockaway Point 
from Atlantic City. S 25, 3:8 
Weather Conditions— EM, Only airships 
have been stormbound, Jl 8. 10 :S 
TranaatlantlD Ser vice— Zeppelin service ad- 
vertised to begin on Oct. IS: wlU be 
forbidden by II. S, Govt: publication of 
advt ordered by H. Kahrs. Jl 15. 1:7: 
Asst District Atty Kllroe questions 
Kahrs on Zeppelin plan : feasibility 
doubted. Jl 17. 8 1: predicted by L. Cam- 
men, who sees flights on paying basis. Jl 
23. in-.H: Vlckers.Xtd. plans ocean tours; 
considers making Atlantic City Its temi- 
nus. Jl 24. 15:0; London books passengers 
to Brazil; R-80 wilt start this month. 
Ag 5. 1:3 
Transeentlntintal Flights, see nader Races, 
abave, and V. S.. below 



; first rUgbt from 



F. P. „ „. 

Mlneola, Jl 2, 6 :3 

Airport, sec Fields, below 

Army Air Service nighta— Record of all 
non-stop flights made. Jl 12. 2:4: dis- 
tance covered last week In cross- 
country flights. Ag II. 0:4 

Arreste-P. A. Bjarklund arrested for 
landing In Van Cortlandt Park with- 
out pei-mlt; first arrest of that kind 
made. Jl 1, 14:4; ed, Jl 2. 12:6; first 
successful use of airplane to catch and 
arrest automobile speeder. Jl 20, r\'. 
:3 : C. H. Levy fined by farmer for 
Jlylngtoo^ear house. Ag 30, 7:2; P. 



Atlantic City-N Y— A- R. Grossman makes 
round trip to jiet papers needed In 
transaction, Jl TT 28:8 

Cascade Hta— Lt J. Fetters msJiea first 
flight across mts, J] 8, < " 



Compass Direction Ptlght— UsrtiD bomb- 
by con 
S 29, t- 

Dallaa-Boston Flight— 7 De Bavlland 
planes under command of Col H. B. 
Claggett are on return trip, Jl 12, 2:8 

Dayton-N T Flight, see Transcontinental 
Flights— Fran els, (Capt), bi-low 

Education, see College of the City of N T 

Fields— 4 De Havlland planes fly from 
Haielhurst Field to Albany to show 
maps to Gov Smith. Jl 22. 11:2: Curtlss 
Airplane and Motor Corp takes over 



, S 13, 16:2 

Instruction- Amer Flying Club will train 
civilians who wish to fly, Jl ST, 14:1 

Leaders entertained by Commodore Beau- 
mont at luncheon In N T C. S IT, 14:1 

Mall Service:- 

Cleveland-Chicago — Service Is linked 
with that of If Y-Chl " " 



y -Chicago; statement 



lals— Ed on early morning deliv- 
eries. Ag 1, 10:5 

Extension Of Servloe— urged sit cloae of 
aviation week held in Cleveland, Ax 
23, 7:3 

Loss of Mall— Postmaster Oen Burle- 
son tells House Com that he has no 
trace of Harrlman Natl Bank mall. 



Jidit-Stpt, Itlt. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



ABBONACTICBo-CBlted StoUi:— Ml 
ice (continued)— 

New Tork-Cleveland-ChicaKo Servlco— 
Started; sUtement by O. PraeKer. Jl 
2, 17:3: wlU be extended to St Loula, 
Jl 28, 8:4; Copies of N T Tlines sent 
from Belmont Park Ag 22, 2:3; NT 
Times arrives in Cleveland, Ak 23, 
7:3; P. Ij. FelsB, Pres of Cleveland 
ChamlMr of Coraraeree, acknowledgea 
receipt of the Tlmea. Ir, As 25, 10:d: 
R. K. U Uden, Sec of Cleveland Avi- 
ation Club, acknowledgea receipt of 
the Tknes, Ag 29, 12 ;B : E. Do& and 
H. Smith forced to land near Wheel* 
lag because of storm, S 1, 4 :4 ; pllota 
break speed record between Cleve- 
land and N Y. S 29, 8:4 _ 

N Y-Toronto— PredlcOon by R. J. Ken- 
nedy, Ae 29. 8 :S 

New Tork-WashlnRton Servico--Sdl«d' 
ule changed, Jl 31, 20:3; ed. As 1. 
10 :S 

Newport— First navy mail brouKO* 
from Blodc Island, Jl 10, 2:9 

Pay— 10% increase^ effective Sept 1. 



- UBlted BUtes <eoatln' 



ABRONAUTIOSt ' 

ued):— 

New York State-Curtlss Sea Gull will 
"" State with 3 passengers 



tUers In foR, Jl B, a _ 

Rates— Post Office Dect announces 
that train rates, 2 cents an ounce, 
will be charged; statement in con- 
nection with reduction, Jl IS, S:l 

Records— Table of speed made. As 30, 
4:3 

Routes— Moat difficult Is across moun- 
tains from N Y to Bellefonte, Penn,, 
As 30, 1:3 

Ship Malls— Post Office Dept an- 
nounces experiment In delivery to 
liners of forelgn-bound mall to take 
place Aug 0, Jl IB. 0:1; plans for 
airplane to carry late Irs to the 
Adriatic on next trip, Jl 20. 9:3; 
Post Office Dept makes successful 
delivery of pouch to the Adriatic, 



discharged because c. 

to fly In fog, are reinstated; planes 
called unsafe; statement by O. Prae- 
ger, Asat FosCmaBter Qen, Jl 25, 1 :3, 
S:2; fliera promise to resume trips 
pandlng Washington conference ; 
Pres Drlggs of Amer Plying Club 
baclis pilots; Praeger denies charges. 
Jl 26, 1:1, 8:4. 6; ed, Jl 28, giS; 
service resumed pending decision 
after conference with Washington 
officials; pilots wll> Insist on de- 
mands, Jl 2T, 4:3; amicably setUed 
at conclusion of conference, wltb 
Pilot C. H. Anglln; B. H. Lee re- 
instated, L.. Smith not, Jl 28, 8:3; 
new ruling concerning flying: In in- 
clement weather: Anglln says rein- 
statement of Smith will be investi- 
gated further. Jl 30, 14:9 
Ueteorologlca] Service, lea Aeronautics- 
Weather Conditions 
NC-4, s«a Aeronautics — Transatlantic 

PTIghts-U. S. Navy Plan8-NC-4 
New York-Albany Flight with Federa 
Plans for Prograin— Col Miller, com- 
mander of squadron of 8 planes, pre- 
sents proposals to Qov Smith, Jl 26. 

New Torlc-Atlantlc Clty,si 

U. S.— Fassenser Service 
New York-Den vei^-A. ... '. _ 

tempts first direct tllghti hopes i 



Parker and G. T. . .. 

longest civilian trip since ] 
8:2; Ma] 3. E, Parker 1< . .. 

w«abinM«ii In Curtlss nyi(« 
Bea Oull; arrives at PoughKt 
Ac 13. 38d 



luggage, S 7, II, ■ 

ork- Vineyard Have „„. 

P\iller and M. J. Brown complete week- 



Evard Haven Flight— M. : 



MIneola fro 



Poughkeepde, 



1 flight at Arcadia. 

Fla. Jl li; 2:4 

Passenger Service— Ed on tours planned 
by Aerial t*ague of America, Jl L 
12 :3 : first daily service will be 
started by Travelers Co between 
N Y and AUantlc City, Jl 2S, 
11 :Z ; New York-Atlantic City ser- 
vice opens; successful nl^t flight 
through thunderstorm ; Mrs J. A. 
Hoagland and Ethel Hodges passen- 
gers; Aerial Ljeague of Amer an- 
nounces personally conducted tours to 
to be made from Atlantic City, Jl 27, 
4:1, T; flights at Newport at a dollar a 
minute, Ag 12, 8:7; Boston branch of 
CurtiSH Aeroplane Co will establish sta- 
tion on Westchester Polo Field at 
Newport Ag 20. 10:1; Capt QUdden 
Is mapping coast trip tours. Ag 27, 
4:4; plane, designed, built, and pi- 
"i by A. W. lAweon. arrives at 
--'- - - Syracuse carrying ft 

__scription o( plane. S 14. 

1;2; C. W. Rlddick plana New York- 
Toronto dally service, S 22, 20:4 

Police Field Day— Lt Comm Read falls 
W appear as promised; Towers and 
Bellinger appear on field with their 
crews; Col Miller pilots 20 planes from 
Long Island fields, Jl 20. 6:3, 4 

Radio Stations— Amer Flying Club estab- 
lishes stations along N Y-San Fran- 
cisco route to report progress of army 
filers. Jl IT. 2:6; Amer Flying Club 

Slans chain across continent, Jl 2fl. 
:S: Amer Flying Club Inaugurates 
Information service, Ag 15, 13 :3 ; Amer 
Flying Club will Install staUona be- 
tween N Y and Toronto for race, Ag 
22. 2:3 ' ^ 

Ranch Inei>eCtIon— H. Hlles buys plane 
for that purpose, 8 7, 18:9 

Recruiting Trip— "Flying Circiw," com- 
manded by Ma] SImmona. leaves Mla- 
eola for Providence, Ag ft. 20:4 
8e« alsD Aeronautics— U. S.— Trans- 
continental Flights— All -Amer Path- 
finders 

Rim of Country Flight— T,8IB-mlle flight 
will be started from Washington by 
L.t Col Harti, Jl 20, 1:4; Col Harts 
postpones flight till next week; prin- 
cipal stops and distance] iMCween 
each, Jl 21, 12:6: Martin bomber lands 
at Hempstead, L 1, on first leg of 
flight. Jl 25, 5:1; plane reaches Au- 
gusta. Me., second leg. Jl 29, 20:3: 
filane lands In Adirondack Mts, bury- 
ng nose In ground; repairs will take 
2 weeks, Jl 27, 4:1 

Roekaway Air Station, see U. B.-Avi- 

San Franclsco-Ogden, Utah— Speed made 
by Capt H. H. Smith In flight and 
return trip, Jl 8, 4:2; Capt Smith es- 
tablishes new non-stop speed record 
lietween San Francisco and San 
Diego; files 610 miles at 148.44 miles 



Texaa-N Y Fllghtr-Mrs. fi. Cox r^ n i M ng 
flight with 0-yr old son. S 30, 21:3 

Transcontinental Flights:- 

All Amer Pathfinders— 13 planes, com- 
manded by Ma] Baldlnger, will start 
from Hazelhurat Field for Pacific 
for recruiting and scientific pur- 
poses, Ag 10, 11, 1:4; messages will 
be flashed to N Y Times Tower. Ag 
11, 7:1; flight delayed by weather; 



THE NEV YORE TIMES INDEX. JulvSept., 1»1». 



ABRONAUTIC8:— CBltod Btmt« :— TrMisOOD- 
Unental FIlKhta : — All Amer Fathflndera 
(continued)— 

planes give demonstration of radio 
telephonee. As U. 28:1: Ag 1^. fl:3; 
acout plane leaves for Philadelphia; 
carries copies of N Y Times. As 111. 
7:4; more planes leave. Ak IT, SZ:2: 
Ar is, 24:3 
F'ranclB. (Capt) R. N.— Amer Flying 
Club establlBhes radio stations along 
N Y to Ban Frandsco route to report 
proBTese of army filers. Jl 17. 2:11: 
Capt Francis arrives In N T from 
Dayton: will soon start night to Pa- 
dflc Coast, Jl M. 20:3; details of pre- 
liminary route surveys for one-stop 
fliKhl. Jl 37. 4:2. fl 
Lawson Flight— Plane will leave Min- 
eola (or Washington with 4 Senators 
as passengers and start flight from 
there. S 19. 12:7: plane lands In 
Washington with 14 passengers. 8 20, 
7:2 



Berili 



mcikes 75 

Sledged' to Allies weredesfroyed" la deniei]. 
3. 3:1; still being built In Germany; 
latest carries 38 paeacngcrs and baggage, 
S 22. 4:3 

See also Transatlantic Service. Bbove 
ABSCHBACH, (Mn) Knnik— missing, Ag S. 



AETNA Iron and I 



APOnANIi«TAN— Gurkhas defea 
who tried to ambuscade ci 
Daklia. Jl IT, 2:4; Afgbar 
in Khyber 



AFRICA, nee European Wai^Peace Treaty 
with aermany-<(erman Colonies; Explora- 
tions— Africa; German Plots and Propa- 
ganda- East, The; South Africa 

AFRICAN Mrthodlnt Eplseapnl Chnrcii— Rev 

Robinson, Preaidins" '^'-•-- ' '- -■- - 

lynchlngs stop. In li 



) Pres Wilson, J 



AOO'N Flwdrlg, sM 
man. S 24 

AOOtlTINI, (Mrs) Loulsk HBeT-— death. S 
21. 22:3 

A<iONTI)N, FettT-ts Hungarian Minister of 
Foreign Affairs, Ag 3, 1:1; says new Cabi- 
net hns turned Its back c- ~~ " — 

Ag 8, a:« 

AdHirL'LTIKAL Approprist 



I communism. 



llmatcs [!ur. Ag Iti. 28:2 
OBICri.TVBAl. CInba s 



>— Plana of crop Es- 



„._i-N Y Flight- Lt Col Claggett 

files from Capitol to Statue of Uberty 
In 76 minutes, breaking record, Ag B, 

Dayton Flight— C. F. Kettering 

covers 800 miles In less than B hours, 

Jl 20, 12 4 

See als« Council of Natl Defense— Aircraft 

Production Bd; U. S.— Aviation Service 

C. 8. Mavr FUght ta Seulh AmcrisB— 

Plans, S 27, 13:2 
VerHllles to Horoceo, see Transatlantic 

Flights— Fren ' "' 
T«rWbDlan-Ei , 

but sman, Jl 17. 1_ . 
Weather Condlllani — Meteorological service 
will attempt to forecast weather for fly- 
ing In U, S, for 30 hrs In advance of noon 
each day. Jl 20. 15:1 
Wireless Devices, »«« Wireless Telegraphy— 



.eils how drur^gery Is bEinlshed from 'the 
(arm, sp art. Ag 10. VII. 11:1: I^ C. Wells 
urges extending credit to French buyers 
to prevent Germans from gaining control 
of market. S 2S. 11, 7:4 
AaRICCLTCRE;— 
Clubs— Report from Mississippi college tells 
of Interest taken by negroes, Ag IS, 10:1: 
reports ahow good effects on boys and 
glrla. Ag 27, 9:2: all borrowed money re- 
paid to bankera by boys and girls, 8 9, 

organliatton 






... to be inaugurated, 

B, 8:S; new alrahlp makea Initial 
[p from Frledrichshalen to Berlin, 
.1... ... _.,„ f?"". ^l"*;, i!.! P"" 



farming; census all 
Americans. Jl S. I 

N. Y. S.-Farm Sott.. _ . .. _ 

"back to the land movement" for sol- 
diers. Ag 31. IX. 19:4 

Soil Fertmtv-Lr by Dr. J. M. W. Kltchln. 
Ag 24, III, 1:8 

Tractors. «ee Automobiles— Tractors 

8i-r alHD Cotton: Crops: Food sHifts- Pro- 
duction; Labor Farm I«bor: Natl Bd ot 
Farm Organizations; Rural Communities; 
Soldiers and Sall,ors, RehabilltatloD— 
Farming 
AOVII.AK, <Orn) Canddo— explains policy 

of Carrania Govt toward V, S.. denies 



...It Mexico's petroleum law 
.jld not contain provisions objected to by 
foreign investors, Jl .■!. 11:3: ed. Jl 14. 10:2 
AOWl Tetroleom Ca, sM Mexico— Bandits, 



■ Aeronautics— Alpine 



AETNA EiploslTrs Co— Slock reduced; Di- 
rectors elected. Jl 11, 18:2 

" "" " Co— Composed of 



AIKEKMANM, |I.t,) i 

Plights 
.MR Raid*, see European War— Aerial Opera- 

AIH Reduction Co, lae— Quarterly dlvd, S 



Mohmands 



ttacks AIRCRAFT Frodaction Bd, i 
invnv: Defense 

AIRCRAFT Scandal. •<* U. S.— Aviation 
Service— In vest Igatlon 

AIRFI.ANK naaflre*. mrt U. S.— War Dept 
— InvcstlKiitlon of Expenditures. Jl 31 

AIRFLANE Engines, see Aeronautics- 
Engines 

AlKn.ANE Ubph, see Linen 

AIRPLANE MaU, sre AeronautIc»-Ma)l 

AITKEN, WllUam Be ntard— death, Ag 4. 

11:4 
AJAX Babber Co— Quarterly dlvd, Ag 22, 

Hl:8 
AKEB. (Cap!) Oesnte F.— poison pills sent 

to wife In malls. Jl 23. 15:7 
ALABAMA- Legislature passes antl-slTlka 



, Google 



Julv-Stpt, 19ia. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 

AI^MD Islsoda— NeutraUiKtlon under vuar- ALCOHOLIC B«ver»K« (continued)— 
KDtee of League of Nations favored bv 
Baltic Comm of Peace Conference, Jl 2fl, 
3:6: Irs statins desire to be Swedish, J) 
20. 8:7: Pres Stahtber^ says Finland ex- 
pects to have them. As ID, S :1 : A. J. John- 
son tells U. 6. Sen Foreign Relations Com 
that InhabltsntB want to belong to Sweden, 
not to Finland. SI, 2:3 

A1.ARM Oonc*. (M Metropolitan Electric 



Protective Co- 



roads— Alaska 
AI,SA, F. A.— death, Ak 23. II :S 
AZ.BANIA— Prof C. V. Clark 

Italy's regime in 



Jl t 



II. 2:1 



point of view. Is i _, .- „ .. — . 

to Prcs Wilson and U. S. Sen lor prcnec- 
tlon against Imperialism of Italians. 
Oreeks. and Serbs, Ag 21, IKiT; many 
Italian troops reported massaered by 
clansmen, S 3. 2 :3 ; antl-Ttflllan revolt 
spreads, 5 8, fl:S: Albanians flee from 
Korltza district before Greek troops; pro- 
teats made to Peace Conference, S IB, 6:2 
AI,BANY Rotary CInb, i«e Barnes, W. 
ALBERfl. William— death. Ag B, 9:6 
A1,BERT. King of the Belgians— decorates 
Mayor Peters of Boston. Jl 2. 17:6; deco- 
rates J. W. Gerard. Jl 3, 28:2: decorates 
H. Clews, G. T. Wilson, and ex-Sen Lewis, 
Jl *, 9:5: eichanees Independence Day 
messages with Pres Wilson. Jl 5, 17:2; 
Lewis declines decoration. Jl 10. 13:3: hon- 
ors Rev. S. C. MacFarland and Bev. Guild, 
Jl 13. II, 1:5: will be guest of Pres Wilson 
at White House In Oct, Jl 31, 16:7: deco- 
rates G. A. Kessler for work done for Bel- 
gian blind, Ag 3. 10:5; will tour the U. B. 
with his son. Prince Leopold, Ag 9, 5:3; 
cites Princes Slxtus and Xavier de Bour- 
bon (or bravery, Ag 23, 4:6: will leave with 
Queen EllEabeth on Sept. 22 for U. S., Ag 
27, 5:5; will come to U. S. on S S George 
Washington, S 6, 3:2: will bring set of 
Belgian porcelain to Pres Wilson. S 8, 15:2; 
pral3ed by B. Whltlock at dinner In honor 
of Cardinal Merclcr, S IS. 2:3: Insists that 
Anier troops return on board S S George 
Washington, 9 18, 17:4: interviewed before 
leaving Brussels for the U. S., S 21. 8:1: 
leaves Ostend with Queen and Prince Leo- 
pold on British destroyer and boards S S 
George Washington In English Channel. S 
23, 1:4: Mayor Hoan of Milwaukee refuses 
to Invite him, S 23. 17:4; ed. some more 
tame for Milwaukee, S 24, 16:6: dally life 
aboard S S George Washington, S 24, 20:7; 
emphaslies need of credits from U. S. for 
Belgium, S 25, 17:4; decorates 3 Amer 
naval officers, 8 26. 15:3; Pres Wilson 



artlmo—In toxica t- 

Fran'ce; tells of devastaUon slie'fDiind on 
balUefronts. B 19, 16:2; approves move- 
ment of Amer Legion to stop production ot 



freedom and 



dlUons, Jl T. 23:2; dined by 



e N Y C-^Alder- 

Borkshrre festival of char 
11:1: S 27, 11:1: S 28, 22:3 

ALKXANDER, King ot Greece — attentions to 
.. „ „ ... jj.^jj^ 



Josephine M. Kelly, Jl 2, 1. _, 
denies rumors of marriage, Jl 3 
ALEXANDER, Crown Frince of Serbia— 
decorates Mrs Kessler and Red Cross work- 
ers. Ag 24, II. 1:3, 7 

"""ER MlchaeloTlteb, Grand Dnk*- 

Lengue for Re-establlshment of 

fLusaiiiii Monarchy alms to place hiro on 

throne. Ag 9, 7:5 

ALEXANDER. Janidii H.— estate. Jl 26. 18:3 

ALEXANDER, James 8.— discusses aid for 

Europe. Jl 25, T" " 



.. ... Lost Battalion 
inment for survivors. Jl 3, 
irt, por, Jl 27, VII, 1:3 
rof> Hartley B.— statement 
on iMiiegK iea.:ners' salaries, Ag 3, II, 8:1 
ALEXANDER, (MaJ Oen) Robert A.— pre- 
sents flag to Pres Wilson, Jl 31. 16:2 

lice chauffeurs, Ag 31, II, 1:7 
ALEXANUROFOL. see Red Cross Soc— Rus- 

ALEXINSKT, Gregory A.— tells Ot growth ot 
opposition to Bolshevist Govt In Russia, 
As 26. 3:4; tells how German agents have 
obtained control of Russian Bolshevist 



ALFALFA— N T Highway Comr Greene pro- 
poses glantlng It along N. Y. roads, S 21. 



hers of suite. S 28. 1:7; Inspects S L, 
George Washington, S 28, II. 1:4: sp art. 
by R. J. Cole, S 28, VII. p 1; due to arrive 
In U. S. on Oct 3; Itinerary. S 29. 15:4: 
Boston first; requests to be kept 
about Pres Wilson's health. S 30, 

•—maps mines' 



. 1 purchase of Evening Mall tor Oen 

propaganda. Ag 30, 7:1 

ALBKBT, Town ol- Revisited by P. Qlbbs, 
a 13, 3:1 

ALBION Place, see Clifton. N. J. 

ALBRIGHT. Edward— elected Pres ot Natl 
EWltorlal Assoc. Ag 20. 17:7 

ALCALAV, (Ur) Isaac, ace Jews-Serbia 

ALCOHOLIC Bcrenges— Provisions of pro- 
hibition enforcement bill for prevention of 
home brewing and dlBtllllng. Jl 13, IV, 1:6: 
table showinK rise In prices since I9I4, Ag 
3. III. 3:1; Bur of Chemistry of Dept of 
Agriculture gives data " 



ALFONSO XIII, King ot Spain— exchanges 
fareweU messages wTth Pres Wilson, Je 1. 
3:6: appealed to by German loyalists to 
help save German Emperor from trial IM" 
Allies, Jl 23. 4:2; signs law authorising ad- 
hesion of Spain to League of Nations, Ag 
18, 6:2; lauded by Prince Henry of Prussia 
In Ir to King of England for efforts to pre- 
serve absolute neutrality, Ag 31, 8:2: re- 
turns to Spain from France: gives audi- 
ence to Amb Wlllard: message to Pre* 
Polncare. S 29, 12:8 

ALGER, (Mrs) ABBStte Henry— death, Ag 2S, 

ALOBBIA— J. B. Abel appointed Gov Gen, 
Agl, 1S:4 

ALGIERS, see Commerce— Algiers 

ALI REMAL Bey— resigns as Turkish Minis- 
ter of the Interior. Jl 4, 9:4 

tates in Prussia, Jl 19, 3:6 
ALIEN Enemies, see Enemy Aliens 
AI.I-KVLI Khan, Hlrsa— Ir denying assertion 

of P. Shimmon on responsibility of Persian 

Govt tor Urumlah troubles. Ag 10, III, 2:4; 

answered by Shimmon, Ag 17, III, 2 :4 



THE NEW TOBK TIMES INDEX. JvJftSvpU, 1$1». 



AUEM rrop«Ttr OaatodUni— 

r>ye8tuffB— Roeaaler sjid HaMlaeher Inter- 
eata. covering: stocks In 3 companies, sold 
at public auction to Amer Aniline Prod- 
ucts Co, Jl IS, 7:* 

German Funds — Judge Hand rules that 
Garvan la rightful custodian of deposit of 
Munich Reinsurance Co. Ag 1, 24:1 

German Press Comments— Alleged report of 
Palmer on confiscation of German prop- 
erty ajisalled as robbery campalsn. Jl 2S. 



£23, 8:7 
M.— In- 
vestlKBtlon 

Peace Treaty rHscuaslon in Senate Corn- 
Bradley Palmer questioned by Sens Knox 
and Fall on relations between value of 
enemy property held In U. S. and amount 
owed to Americans by Germans. Af 1. 3:6 

Sale of Enemy Property (General)— Fres 
Wilson orders sale of shares in R. Meyer 
Co of New Orleans, a branch of Gans S 8 
Line of N Y: also shares of C. P. Ooera 
Amer Optical Co, Ag 1*. 2:4 

Union Tank Line Co— Libel of InfoTmaUon 
Hied asalnat shsj'eB held by A- Camln- 
ned and L. Remmerta. Ag 27. 20 :4 

'Wemer-Pfleiderer Co baUnK plant sold, S 
14. XI. 14:8 

Woolen MIU*-LJbel nilta against Custodian 
Qarvan, Atty Qen Palmar, Curtis Pub- 



AUBMATION Bolta:— 
Beckett. Marlon H., sued br Mrs. 
Stelchen, Jl S. 11:1 



Feck. J, M.., arrested In J. 

suit. Ag S3, S:« 
Silverman, Mrs. 



AUBNS— ludge Altchuler caution* packers 



J flights 
AIX-BDBBIAN Oovt, see Rusala. 
AI.I.AN, Hamlsb— marries Helen Scott S 20. 

AIilisN, Bea F — killed In automobile acci- 
dent while traveling with Presidential 
party: career; Prea ■Wilson's message: 
tributes by Sec Baker and Postmaster Gen 
Burleson. S 10, 3:4 

AI.I.EN, Elliabeth B.— dlscussea Chinese 
views on banking consortium, an art. Ag 
24. Vn. 8:1 

AI.UCN, Ethan-tells of Bed Cross first aid 
work. Jl 13. II. 2:3; tells ot winter course 
planned by Red Cross Home Section, Ag 
10. 23:1: denies statement that food and 
•oap are entered Into Germany free of 
duty If they are sent to the Red Crosa, 8 
SO, 2:4 

AJJMV, Fredeilok H., sea Qer&rd, A. 



by W.' R. H«arsL Ji ss. 
r Democratic prtmartaa 
I support Jiuaa« N«w- 



AIXXN, (HbJ Osb) Bbbit' T.-4MOomM ocsn- 

mander of Amer Army of Occap&tlon, JI 
S, S:4; takes command vS Amer forcea In 
Oennany. Jl fi. 12:7: visited by H. H. A^ 

Sulth. JI 10. 80:1: ban a«rai«n f«stlTttIaa 
IT returning prisoners ot war. Jl 2fli S A 

AJAXS, (Judge) Jamss A.— r«iiomltia(lon to 

City Court favored by W. R. I ' 

1S:1; will not enter Democral 
tor re-election; will support J 
burger In tight tor renoB"'~- 
preme Court Ag 14. IB :8 

AI.I.EN. Joan L.. Btv Livingston. O., Jr. 

ALLEN, John— death, S 23, 17 :B 

ALLEN. (Col) WllUam W.— death. Jl 31. 9X 

AI.LENBT. <0«n) Edmond Henry RyiuBU— 
awarded D S M, JI in, 8:3: will take entlrv 
charge of occupntlon of Asia and supervlae 
allied troops, Supreme Council of Peace 
Conference decides. Jl 19, 3:3: made Field 
Mnrshal, Ag 2, 3:.t: confers with 0«n 
Franchet d'Espercy on tnllltary occupation 
ot Asia Minor, S Ifl, 19:7; told 2 Amer chil- 
dren of Meglddo battle plana as engage- 
ment started. B 17. 17:2; conCers irtth 
Ctemenceau on occupation of Syria. 8 IB, 

ALLERET, France, sm U, S.— Army— Edu- 
cation of Men 

Charlei L.— wlte denied a^ 
Dasesalon of son. Jl 27. 10:2 

__. .—.irrlealnc — Annual meeting 

plans tor scholarships to send Frenchmen 
to the V. S.. Jl B, 7:2 
tLLI.4NCE Film Co— Formed in England 
with capital of {5,000.000: plans to produce 
31 dim plays a year. 8 19. 13:4 
ALLIANCES. Int^rnatl. bh Intematl AI- 



llar 






sues Mrs. Rose 



Jt Bleel 

StHke 
'ally IiPBcnr— Formed ; otflcera. 



24:1: Ag 31, 11. 

;d nbtiU Ai ■ 

;— Shipping 

iei.. _ 
, Ag 2- 



r in a 



VIT, » 



ALLIH-rhBlmers Mfg Co— Pt dlvd. S S. 1. ... 

ALLIRON, (S Bt— Leaks on lat trip. Jl 17. 2:8 

.ALLOM. (Sir) Chsrie* Carrlck- tr on Sinn 

Fein. Jl 14. 10:8 
ALLOWITZ, Nathan— wife and he held fn 
choree of selling wood alcohol. Ag 



20, 2:6 



Brulatour. Mrs, J. B., granted (19,000 a 
year. Ag 27. :4 

Ooldhaber, David, seeks rvlease from Lad- 
low Street Jail In order to earn money to 
pay alimony. Jl B. 22:2 

tdng. H,. denied application for reduction, 
Jl 3, 28:4 

Bundle. B. H.. sued tor ISOO.OOO. JI 20. 4:2 

Schutz, B.. sued, denies marriage. Jl SS. 



Antonio— elected Prea ot Por- 
!, 12:8 

rinee— Is not In ^ume. S22, 1S:2 
Dsiave, see Anarchists— tJ. 8. 

r sf ChanineBt) 



Al.RirH. Ilcrbrrt L., see Consolidated a«u 

Co. JI 29 
AI.I«ArE-IXIRRAINE:— 

French bishops' appointment explained I 



Picbon. Jl 



appoints him Archbishop in partibua. Ag 

German I.anguage— Bnr against use in Lor- 
raine removed by French, Ag 8. 20:3 

Labor ■«• I^bor— Alsace-Lorraine 
ALS.ACR Paper Boi Co., a»e Boi Makers' 

Strike 
ALT lleidrlberc KratBDrant. aee Hotels and 

Realnurnnts. N T C 
ALTKNUACH. <Poll«e Lt) Jahtv-death Jl 

Qeorgti Philip— death. S 30. 

(Hr) Paul Bernard D— reveals 

German plot to obtain economic and mili- 
tary aupremacy In Mexico and Latin 
Amer. Ag 24. IT. 1:8; cinlmanta againat 
LehiKh Valley B R fear effect of his state- 
ment that spy caused Black Tom Idand 
explosion. Ag 2S. 18:3; Carranxa denlea 
knowing him, Ac SO, i.A: reports on ds- 



AI.TKNBEItl 

i»:r. 



jitirSnit, mi. the new toes times index. 



I Pitnl Bernard* (contin- 



AI,TB>n>ORF, 

ued)~ 

Btructlon of Mexico's InduatiieB under Car- 
nnxa, Ak 31. II, 1:3: Inelatj that Cammui 
aided German Intrlcue in Mexico, S 8, S:2; 
estlmatea amounts of ■muKElIng' of arm* 
and other soods across the Mexican bor- 
ders, S 7. II. 1:3 

AI/FO GMoUDe * OU Oe,— Dlvd, S 2T, 17:7 

AX.D MINI CM— Conducting aluminium invent- 
ed by Dr. a. OfuIlQa. Xt 10, II, 7:4 

AI.DHNI Newi. The, im Cattell. J. U. 

ALUBA lla*>B Kladm— sentenced by Turk- 



9 bard labor for 



AI.TARAIIO, <flrn) Salvadoi^^emands re- 
forms In Mexico, Ag 26. 3:5: warns Pres 
Carrania against Intervention by V. S,. 
S 8. 1:3 

ALTABRZ, (Dr) Joarpb R., nee Fowler, J. D. 

AMADOR, <Mrs> Caroline, nee Sickles, Mrs 
D 

AMAI.OAMATEn Ahidc of Irnn, Htrci and 
TtB WorkoTS, nee Steel— Strike— Proercas 

AMAIiCAHATEn Arokc of SfrrI and Rler- 
ttlc Bj- Employes— Leaders now seek to 
unionize Mannattan linen. Ar 11. 1:1: offi- 
cials delay strike acUon. promise not to 
act without KlvInK Gomr Nixon a chance 
to settle: 60% of transit workers said to 
have Joined union. Ab l.l. 16:1: calls 10% 
wage Increase to I R T Co employes a 
war move, says work of unlnniiinf? work- 
ers will continue, Ag 14. IS:!: Ir from L. 
FrldlEer to Judge Mayer asks protection 
for NT Rys Co employe.i who. he alleges. 
were discharged by Receiver Hedges for 
Joining union, Ag 17, 5:6; leaders tnlk of 
new strike: I R T victory is blow to rival 
union. Ag 19. 3:6: tocnl division sued bv 
receivers of Pittsburg Rys Co (or alleged 
breach of contract, Ag 19, 16:6; warned 
by Judge Mayer against causing trouble 
among surface line workers. Ag 20, 1:3: 
ed. Ag 20, H;2: Judge Mayer gets notes on 
new strike agitation; Quackenbush accuses 
union, Comr NWon tells L. Fridlger and 
P, J. Shea that N T public Is sick of 
Strikes. Ag 21, 1:3; inlunctlons served on 
leaders prevents them from Inducing Third 
Av Lines Employes to break contracts. Ag 
92, 11:1: A. j. Romagna says leaders are 
attempting to sow dissenfilon among I R T 
employes. Ag 13, 1:6; convention nt Chi- 
cagu, S 16. 2:3 

Bee also Interborough Rapid Transit Co- 
Strike 

AMALGAXATKD ClotUag Workers- Union 
— members refuse to make unifortns for 
new recruits of Boston police force, 8 28, 
S:4 
Bee also Shirt Makers' Strike 

AHAMIAMATBD Textile Workers' Dnloo— 
Meeting raided by Paterson police; Evan 
Thomas and Henry Berger arrested. Jl II, 
)B;7: TJiomas, Berger. R. W. Dunn, and 
U Stein sent to Jail. Jl 12, S:5; H. Marclll, 
counsel for arrested leaders, will ask for 
habeas corpus writs. Jl 13, II :1 
Bee al» Passaic Woolen Mills 

AHBABBADORB, see heading Diplomatic 
Servloe under names of countries 

AKBLKB, Obarirs A., see North Fenn Bank 

AMBLBR, Rrao I.., see North Penn Bank 

AMBULANCB Drtvera— Edna Nlcoll tells of 
her work during war, sp art, Jl 27, VII, 
10:1 



AMERICA, Frank W.-^escribes hardships 

in Poland, S H, II, 4:2 
AMBBICAN, CUra— death, Jl 34, 6:2 
AMBBICAN Aarlraltaral Chemical Co— Pf 

and com dlvds, S 26, 21:6 
AMBBICATC AgrtoaltDral Oo— Annual report, 

Ag 29, 14:7 
AmIcbICAN AniaDCe (or Labor and Demoe- 
— M. Woll elected director t 
■ - 71 12. 8:1; Labor Dal 

Tie, S 1, 2:2; ed. S _ 
n steel strike. S 30, S:4 



AHEBICAN Assoc lor Idbor Leglslatlan— 

Summary of laws enacted in ISU, S 1, 2:2 
AMERICAN Assoe of EaglneeTs— Recom- 
mends fSOO Increase for city employes, 8 
2. 2:B; publishes Ir from Sec Daniels de- 
claring that wireless restrictions relative 
to amateur operationa will be removed, S 



mtlcal Ohem- 



AMEBICAN Assoe of Wvolen and Worsted 
Hfrs — Semi-annual meeting: admission of 
foreign wool and lloenslnB of dre imports 

discussed, Ag 6. 13:3 

AMERICAN Aviators IB Maileo, aes Mex- 
ico— Border Protection 

AMERICAN Aviators In Poland, see Poland 
—Aviation Service 

AMERICAN Bank Note Co— Com dlvd. Jl 
25, 21 :S 

AMBBICAN Bankers' Assoc — Announces 
date of annual convention at SL Louis, Jl 
3. 18:3: invites Pres Wilson to address 
annual convention at St. Louis. 8 4, 19:6: 
L. D, Woodworth appointed Sec of Sav- 
InsB Bank Section. S 11, 22:3 

AMERICAN Bar Assoe— Boston meetInK ap- 
plauds M. Storey's proposition to make 
strikes criminal offenses. Ag 28, 2 :G : Com 
on Military Law flnda that ESdlth Cavell 
was lawfully executed; advocates mercy 
to women spies, Ag 28. IB :6 : annual con- 
vention In Boston, S 3. 3 :1 : 8 4, 1 :4 1 8 4, 
3:1: S S. 1:7: S 6. 17:2: ed on Buggestion 
of Justice Hoffman for family divorce 
courts. 8 7. III. 1 ■" 
Bee U. S.— Arm 
Bar Assoc InquL, 

AHEBICAN Beet Sugar Co-Cora dlvd. 
2. 24:3: pf dlvd. Ag 30. 13:6 

AMEBICAN Bible Ssc— Oets appeal from 
Prance for 20,000 Testaments, Ag 30, 18:3: 
acceptance of Bible by Premier Clemen- 
ceau In behalf of Peace Confarenoa an- 
nounced by Pres WUson, S 14, 11. 2:2 

AMERICAN Brake Shoe and Eonndnt Co— 
Pf and com dlvds, S 10, 20:6 

AMERICAN Can Co— Pf dlvd. As 27. 21:3 

AMEBICAN Oar and FDODdry Co— Increases 
dlvd rate. S S. 17:2; S C. 19:3 

AMERICAN Chamber at Cemneree In Lon- 
don—Reviews economic conditions, Jl 6. 
II, 1:8; says British port delays hinder 
Amer exports, S 9. 20:7 

AHEBICAN Chamber of Oonmeree In 
Paris, see Le Brun, A. 

AMERICAN Chamber at Conmeroe la Pe- 
king— Forrned. Ag 27, 22:2 

AMERICAN Chemical Soo— will disCUM 
patent evils at annual meeting, Ag ^. 
14 :S 

AHERIOAN Cblole __ _ 
com dlvd. 8 30. 31: 



Issue, 8 26. 



AHEBICAN Cburch ot the Holy Trinity In 
Farls^ see Beekman, (Dean) F. W, 

Classieal Leagne, see Classics 
Clothing Designers' *Assoe— 

Annual convention; advance In price pre- 
dicted. Jl 16, 7:1 
AMERICAN Club In I^ndoD— Formally 

opened. Jl I.' " " 

i Near Bast Relief 
AMERICAN Com for Devastated Frsaea- 
Lr from Mrs Dike, repr In France, tells 

1 13, II, 2:1; unit Of work- 

luet course In canning ar- 

. course will be given at 

Grignon. Jl 27. 22:4; Elisabeth Perkins re- 
turns to U. 8. and tells of work done, Ag 
10, 13:1: appeals for paper UlustraUoiu ; 
holds Bchoola in dugouts, 8 7, II, 2:4; ap- 
peals tor aid for children and schools ot 
Northern Pranca, 8 21, n, 8:8 



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AHBBICAN Com far Bellsf Im tlte ViMX 

Invest! Katlon : will give out report of eon- 
dlUona, Jl 20, 7:4: Rev J. L. Barton, Prei. 
arrives In Balonlki; tella of finding Chrls- 
tian populationn In Near Gait In dire need. 
JI 31. 2 :3 : work taken over by Allied HlKh 
Comm In Armenia, S 32, 15:7 

AMERICAN Com (or BeUiit of Hudsut— 
Appeals to U. S. Govt aKalnat Rumanian 
aKKresBlon, (advt,) A? 10, III, 7:1 

AHKBICAN Com tor the lodevcndenee sf 
ArmcnU— Protests to Peace Conference 
agslnst Turkish excesses, Ak 28, 2:S 

AHBRICAN ConuiiDiiltlas— A. B. WUUuns 
tella of upHslnKB, Ag 10. Ill, 8:2 

AHEBICAN Cotton snd Oralii EzebaBcs— 
announces that A. W. Oreiiam has ac- 
cepted Prealdency. Ag 17, II, 5:2 

AMERICAN Cotton As»D-Calls special 
meeting to fix cotton prices, S 0. 24:3: 
producers will buy all cheap cotton, 3 10, 
20:2; bond offerlnK, Ak 12. 10:3 

AMERICAN CsttoB Oil Co— Com divd. As 
«, 21:4 

AHBRICAN OranuDid Co— Pt dlvd, 8 27, 
17:8 



Senato 
fens 



Jl 2 



1 treaties of de- 



treaty, Ag 11. , _. 

against League of Natlo;.... _ _. ,.., _, 
peali to Mayors to organise citizens lo 
prepare for emergencies, (strikes. &c.) 8 
IS. 2:4; statement from Repr Kahn on 
universal military training, E 30. 14 ;1 

AMERICAN Eichance Natl Bank— State- 
ment Jl 10, 25:5: Sept Ir likens Plumb 
Slan of R R operations to British proposal 
I control mines. S 1, 11 :2 : statement, 8 19, 
p 26 

AMERICAN ExchaaKe CbIob— Witt conduct 
exchange system between British and 
Amer universities, Jl 22, 2:3 



pedltlan 



e u. ; 



—Expeditionary Forces; tl, 8.— Eu- 
ropean War— Military Operations 
AMERICAN Federation of Labor:— 

Actors' Strike, see Actors' Equity Absoc— 

Amendments to Constitution— League of A. 
P. of L.. Members for Partnership and 
Industrial Democracy offers suggestions, 
one giving Pres Wilson control of strikes 
In crisis. S IT. 2:3 

Boston Police Strike, see Boston—Police 

City Employes' Unions— Attitude discussed 
by M. WoU at meeting of NaU Civic Ped- 
eraUon, 8 12, 3:1; cd, S 13, 10:4 

Commodity Theory of I^bor— Discussion by 
E. A. Bradford, sp art. Jl 20, VII. p 3 

Co nven Hon— Prominent delegates who at- 
tended, Jl 13, IV, 7:2 

Executives' Com— Important devetopmenta 
expected in conference with Gompera, Ag 
28, 1 :fl ; appeals to shop locals to await 
result of drive on living costs, after con- 
ference with Gompers, Ag 26. 1:5; rejects 
any tendency toward Bolshevism, expects 
steel agreement, announces study o( 
Plumb plan of R B operation before tak- 
ing action, Ag 31. 1 :6 

Glasgow Trades Union Congress — J. L. 
Hayes, repr of A F of L, conveys greet- 

Immlgratlon- Pres Gompers explains action 
of convention In adopting resolution to 
restrict It to Congress of Pan Aroer Fed- 
eration of Labor, Jl 10, 16:0 

Irish Independence-MasH branch hears de 
Valera; passes resolution urging U. S. 
recognition of Irish Republic, S 10, 2:9 

Lflljor Day Message — F. Morrison sees 
democracy In ry and mine natlonnlleatlon 
proposals, S 1, 2:2: ed, S 2. 16:1 

Hassachusetts— Annual convention of State 
branch, S 0, 1B:3; S 10, 2:6 



' I.abar (oantla- 



AMERICAN FsderaUoi 

NYC Employes— Lr asks Borough Pres 
Connolly to meet engineers, Ag 16. 2:8 

Queens Borough— Bureau workers orgaiille, 
unite with Union of Technical Men, and 
want aulary Increase, Jl 3, 6:5 

Railroad Problem— Soc Morrison tCatiOe* 
before House Com on Pumb f^an, Ag 7, 
1:6; ed, Ag 8. 8:1; leaders teatt^ m 
anti-strikes provision of Cununliia bUL 
S 22. 1:6 

Steel Industry, sea Steel TT«d«— Labor 
Unions, and Steel Strike 

Teachers— Support pledged Id flgfat for het- 
— pay, H. Sterling tella NaU Btf 



' Equity Assoc— N T C— PPOgrcaa of 

Strike 
AMERICAN Federation of B B Woikws- 

Approves Pres Wilson's wage proKram, S 

AMERICAN FIj>Ide Club— Entertains crews 
of NC planes; Lt Cmdr Read speaks. JI 
3, 2:7: ed on predictions mada by Read, 
Jl 4, 8:6: W. R. Russell tells of radio au- 
tlons established for army transcontinental 
fll|4it. Jl IT, 2:0: Plans to establish chata 



train clvlUans who wish to fly, Jl 87, : 



lit. 13:3: will Install radio sutlona tietwaen 
N Y and Toronto for race. Ag 22, 2d: 
makes public final results of N T-Toronto 
race. S 8, 28:1 

AMERICAN FordaB Seenrltlrs Co— Loan ma- 
tures this mo. Jl 0, 24:1: announces pay- 
ment of outstanding notes on Aug 1. Jl 10 
28:2; French loan for 1100.000,000 negotiated 
2 years ago will be paid today, Ag 1, 18:1 

AMERICAN Forum Assoc, Inc— Meeting of 
Executive Com: F. H. Sisaon chosen Treas- 
urer: plans to spread forum Idea, JI 25 4:3 

AMERICAN Free Hllh and ReOff for Italr 
Inc— Work done, Jl 13. II, 2:3; Countess a 
Ccllere confers with Mrs Drake. Pres and 
tells of shortage of milk, Jl 20, II, 3-3- 
milk shop opened In N Y C. Jl 28. 3 :1 : H. 
M. Rae, member of Rome Executive Com. 
cables of grave situation In Italy, Ag 3, 
22:3: Mrs J. A. Drake, Pres, appeals for 
funds. Ag 12, 4:S; Mr Lawshe sails for 
Italy to survey country's needs. Ag 17 n, 
3:1; Italian Govt will transport all Bhlp- 
menta without charge, Ag 24, 11. 8:2: re- 
port of conditions In Italy, Ag 31, II. 3:3; 
Mrs Drake will go to Italy to study condi- 
tions. S 7. II, 2:4: sends 100.000 qts dry 
milk and ton of cereals to Italy, 8 16. 4:2 

AMERICAN Fond for French WaDBd«d— 
Amer Memorial Hospital at Rhelms incor- 
porated, Jl 4, 18:2 

AMERICAN Osa and Electric Co — Dlvd& S 
12. 22:6. 8 

AMERICAN Oroeers' Boo— Is bulldlnc big 
warehouse In Jersey City, Jl 27, II, 6:7 

AHEBICAN-HEI.I.EN1C Uberal Assao— Ap- 
proves of stand of Sens Lodge and King 
on Thrace, Ag 18. 3:6 

AMERICAN Hide and leather Co— Pf dlvd. 
Jl 30. 22:2; 23:1: annual report, Ag 2S. U:3 

AMERICAN Hospital for Ot BrlliOa— Amer 
residents of London will found hospital: 
meeting to appoint coms to take charge of 
project. Jl 18. 3:5 

AMEKICAN Ice Co— Pf dlvd. S 24. 26:3 

AMERICAN ladrpcndence UaU— Will be In- 
HUgurated at Versailles, S 23, 20:1 

AMERICAN Institute of ConsnltlBg Ba- 
glnrrm — Urge fight against Plumb plan <it 
R R operation. In Ir to Pres WUson, A« », 
]»:1 

AMERICAN Tnetllatc at MIbIbk and Metal- 
liirglcal Bnglneern— Dinner to H. C. Hoover. 



AMEniCAN-Japaa t 



I— Luncheon In ToUo, 



:, Go Ogle 



JtdfStpU 1010. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



AUKBICAN Jewlmh CoDrre**— TMCfales to 
Peace Conference commended by B. Rich- 
ards, JI 21, 12:6: win be reconvened to re- 
ceive reports of peace delegates. Ak 11. 8:4; 
listn Ukrainian pogroma. 8 11, 23:2 
AMERICAN JewUh BcUcf Com, sm Jews- 
Relief Wark 
AMERICAN JbsoiiU* RellBt— Ma] F. C. Gep- 
hart arrives In U. S. : will help raise funds 
for IH-^nlzatlon, Jl ZS, 8:3 
AMKBICAN Labor rartr. ■» Labor Party 
ABKKBICAN I.«ck>D:— 

Alms-Will be explained In naU speaklnK 
CajnpalKTi ; plans announced at N- x. 
State Hranch beadquarters. Jl T, 18:4; 
Ideals and purposes set forth during 
membership drive, S 16, 14 :T 
Australian BTth Dlv Day— Veterans In- 
vited to Canadian War Memorials E:xIi1- 
Iiltion at Anderson Galleries; proBram, 
Jl 28. 6:2 
Bastlle Day— MesBBKe to French Qovt Jl 
15, 3 :6 : Kreetlnss acknowleilKed by Atnb 
JuBBerand. As 1, 28:2 
Boston Police Strike— Resolution adopted 

by Mass. branch. S 14, 2:4 
Broadway Post indorsed by Bway Assoc, S 



; 6:3 



C»nr 



__ I for 

<:harters, Jl S. ZS:S; 71 posts formed in 
N. T. S, ; Hat of these In N. Y. C, Jl 
6, II, 1:2: 108 posts have been formed in 
N. T. State. Jl 13, II, 3:1: N. Y. State 
branch announces steps taken to form 
301th Field Artillery poat^ Jl IT, 32:0; 29 
new posts formed In week; Hat of those 
In N. Y. C, Jl 20, 21 :4 

Chemical Service— Oppoaea bill to abolish 
service aa a Staff Corps, S 1, 7:3 

Civil Service— Natl Executive Com will 
urge amendment at Van Dyke bill, glv- 
Ing preference to ez-servlce men. Jl 2D, 



16:6 



11, 



Convention at Minneapolis— Plans, Ag' 3, 
10:2; Invites Marshal Poch to attend; 
seeks citlaenahlp for service men, Ag 7. 
6:8; C. E. Adams, Commander In Chief 
of O A B, accepts Invitation to civil War 
veterans, Ak 22, 24 :2 : J. Dlnkins sugBests 
that Confederate veterans should also be 
Invited; Ir, As 27, 10:6: G. A. R. dele- 
fates will attend: Confederate veterans 
also Invited, Ag 28, 9:1: H. D. Llndaley 
says all veterans have been Invited, Ir, 
S 2. 16:0 

Don Martin Post— Members from bllver 
Creek, N. Y., change name of post to 



1S:5 



) 21, 



Oerman LAngua«e Entertainments— Resolu- 
tions protesting against them adopted by 
Manhattan Naval Post, S 24, 21:1 

German Music— N. Y. Executive Com 
thinks Gennan operas will not be pro- 
duced this season, S 2S, 7:!: ed, S 27. 
12:5: bomb threat rails to halt play, S 
28, 20:3; Mme Alda approves movement 
sees no need for German, S 29, T:2 

Olendlve. Mont.. Chapter— Votes Pres Wil- 
son full metnberabfp which he accepts, S 
24, 17:2 

Group Posts— Soldiers from civic orsanlxa- 
Uona wUl have their own bodies, Ag 22, 
11:2 

Guynemer Post- Formed by radio men of 
SiKiial Corps, Marine Corps, and navy, S 
2. 1S:S 

Harlem Post 133— Organlied, Ag S, 32:3 

Harry A. BuUock Post will be organized, 
Ag ZT, 8:8; pledges support to Gen 
O^yao In Red Cross drive, 8 23. 10:2 



19 

AMERICAN I^eglan (Continued):— 

Jane A. Delano Post— Army, navy, and ma- 
rine nurses will form post. S 21, II. 1:2 

Jefferaon Felgl Post— Presents Gen Por- 
shlne with horse. S 10, H:4 

Ijand Reclamation— 3 members ot Eiecutlve 
Com have been dcsignsted to co-operate 
with Sec L«ne in InvestlgaUng opportuni- 
ties for ei-servlce men. Jl 22, 11:4 

[league ot Nations, see League of Nations — 
Amer Ijeglon 

Mandel, B., Post- Repr La Guerdla refuses 
to accept Vice Presidency, S ^ 6:3 

Marine Post— Oreanl zed, S 19. 17 :3 

Manhattan Naval Post— Plana to Increase 
membership, 8 4. 13:4 

Membership Drive— Plana. Ag 19, 18:2: Ag 

23, 2:7; Lt Col Ro -'" ' 

weeks' speaking toui 

velt urges promotlor. „ 

speaking tour, Ag 31, T:8: nation-wide 
campaign opens to enroll all ex-service 
~-a and women, S 14, II, 3:1; campaign, 



Mlllta^ Le'glslat/o 



Natl Bank of Commi 



.._. J 22, 28:1 
— Veterana will advise 
S 12, 



_.„ 1 meeting will be 

held at Navy Club, Ap 18, 24:3 
NYC Poals— Complete list. S 14, II, 3 :1 
N. Y. State Branch— C. W. Wlckersham 

resigns as Chairman; succeeded by O. O. 

Mills, Jl 19, 20:7: announces transport 

men have applied tor charter, Ag 10, II. 

1:3: more than 100,000 members enrolled, 

8 29. E:3 
N. T. S. Convention— Plans. Ag U, 6:2 
N. Y. S. Posts-Usta, Ag II, 6:2; growth 

since June, Ag 20, 2:7 
Pershing, (Gen)- Plana welcome maas 

meeting at Madlaon Sq Garden, S 10, 4:4; 

meeting; address by Gen, S 12, ] :3 
Postal Post— Formed by N Y Post Office 

employes, S 20, 24:5 
Quentln Roosevelt Post— Plans for organ- 
isation at Oyster Bay. Ag 18, 6:2; 

formed; address by Lt CoT TheodoK 

Roosevelt, Ag 24, 22 :E 
Re-E:mployment— Local Posts will aid vet- 



's ot 104th Field Artillery o 

i; all former members of 104th 
t N, Y_ Field ArUUery invited to 



medal winners, Jl 3j., □.□ 

3D5th Machine Gun Battalion Post— Applies 
for charter, S 20, 24:5 

Tiger Post No. 23, (Boyce's Tlgers)-VlBlt 
to Col Koosevelfa grave, 8 29, 13:3 

Vocational Education Bd— Attacked in 
Amer Legion Weekly, charged with 
wasted funds and failure to train dis- 
abled men. S IB, 19 :S 

War Risk Insurance— Urges legislation to 
amend act so policy holders may decide 
whether payment will Iw in lump sum or 
Installments, Jl 24. 8:8; supports several 
changes proposed in bill now In Congress, 



berahip In Glendlve, Mont., chapter, S 
24, 17:2 
Women's Posts— Natl Executive Com ap- 
proves full membership posts and aux- 
iHnriflB fnr wnmen ; 3 already organized, 
slve charters in few days. 



Jl 1 



22:2 



AMERICAN Library Asioo-Ed on address 
by Vice Admiral Gieaves on appreciation 
by navy men of books and magazines, Jl 
19. 8:5; more than 2,500.000 vola sent to 
Europe will be given away. Jl 27. 14:2; 
war activities enlarged. S 10, 11:4 

AMERICAN Uthnanlan Bank— Formed. 8 7, 



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Amoo— Sara wit- 
eajliiK on Kenyon- 
packen, Ae 



Keodrtck bUla 
31, 9:2 

AMSRICAM I^eamoUve Co— Directors 
] quarterly dlvd, Ag 10^19:3; " 



'ds. 



Ak is, 19:5; annual report; Wes Fletcher 
favors finuidnK foreiKn rys to atlmulBte 
trade, S S. 17:1: Belgian Oovt la negotiat- 
ing purchase of 400 locomotlvea of heavy 
type, S 10. 18:4; Belgian equipment order 
awaita credit arrangementB, S IS. 21:4: 
plana extenstona to Cheater, Pa., plant, 8 

AKBHICAN Haltlnc Ca, Me FroblblUon— 

Wartime— Beverage Purpooea, Ag 14 
AMEKICAN Mln Aiaoo— Urges adoption of 

plan to finance Ejuropean Induatrtea, Jl 30, 
14:4 
AHKBICAN MIrs Ex^rt Aiaos-Warns 
agalnat Yucatan credlta after Inveatlgatlan 
of bustnesB conditions In Mexico, Ag 11, 
11:2; luncheon; addresa by Sen Sdge, who 
Incrsaaed production, " "" ■" ■ 



■loe— Conven- starving 



AMBRICAN Medical 8oo, see National Assoc 

of Drugleaa fhyslclana 
AHKBIOAN Mamarial Haspltal at Bhalau, 

sae American £iiiid for French Wounded 
AXBBICAN Men's and Boys' OlatUng Mtn 

Assne Contractora get increased payments 

to cover higher wages paid, Jl 20. H, T:e 
AHXBIOAK Misston ta Beriln, ih Qermany 
AHBBIOAN Hlaslan to Palaad, sea JewB- 

Polond— Reports and Denials of Pogronia 
AHEBIOAN Motor Bn* Co, see Motor Buaaa 
AKBBIOAN MnMDin «f Natnzal HUtor^ 

Qroup representing camp of African 



4:1; Aquarium 



ly F. 



Blaachke, Jl 
exhibit of ClB 



ih 



Atsoo of Masters at 



AMBB10AN r arty— Formation advocated by 

dissatisfied Democrats In Tex, Ag IB, B:B; 

plans for natlonalliatloD, Ag 16, 18 :S 
AMBBICAN Feainan, Tke— C. J. Newcomb, 

mgr, tells ot Amer method ot instruction, 

Ir, Jl 20. Ill, 2 :8 
AMKBIOAN PhamaceBtleal A ssso— Annual 

convention. Ag 2S, 10:3; Ag 2T. 10:4 M 28, 

11:1: Ak so, 10:8 
AMEBICAN Plana Oo— Pf dlvd, S StI, 21 :4 
AMBRIOAH Power A light Oo— Com dlvd, 

Ag 10, 2:2: pf dlvd, S^. 20:0 
AMBBIOAN Pnperty In Mextea, see UezlOO 

— U. S., Relations with— Amer Prc^ierty 
AMEBICAM FnUla Bentee Oo— Ff dlvd. Ag 



« Highway Robbe 



AMKBICAir Bed Otdbb flee, a 

Soo 
AHBBIOAM BefrlgerallBc » 



oppoae reasoDable meamre regulating coL 
storage, aaya F. A. Horn, teatlfylng befor 
House AgrlculturBl Com, Ag 14, 1 :8 



AMBRICAN Bellet AdmlnlstraUiHi— Tells of 
progreas of its work In Central Europe: 
now rebuilding Serbian Rys, Jl 6, II. 1:T: 
H. L. Qutteraon returna tram Trieste ; tells 
bow food waa diatributed In Central Ku- 
rope, Jl 16, 12:8; provisions 20,000 Russians 



to Europe to give advl 
wortt, Jl 27, 22 :S; will c 
Budapeat^ Ag 13, 15 :4 ; 






Ac 24, 22:2: Hoove „ . _ 
wfnd up buainess. Ag 2T, 3:2; blames Ger- 
man Qovt for delay In payment of remit- 
tances. S 12. 11:1; E. Hlckard tells of vaat- 
neaa in task undertaken by H C. Hoover; 
table ot deliveries from Dec 1. IStS. to 
June 30, 1S19; map, 8 14, IV. 1:1; worit In 
Armenia tsJten over by Allied Hl^ Comm, 



AHBBICAN Bdlef AdmlnlstraUan (contin- 
ued)- 

S 22, 10 :T: will distribute funds received 
by Amer Relief Com for Suffering Hunga- 
rians, S 30, 16:1 

AMEBIC AM Bell^ AdnlnlstratlBB Baiv- 
pean Child icn't Bellof—New organization 
will continue work begun by Govt, wHl co- 
operate with other bodies; Bd of Dlrec- 
tora. Jl 14, 28:1; 4.000.000 children now be- 
ing cared for; work may be continued by 
Srlvate charity, Jl 19, 13:S; operatea chfld- 
eedlng kitchens In Finland. Ag 20, 28:2; 
E. D. Osborn tells of work Tn Ciecho- 
slovBkla. plans additional aid. Ag 28, 28:3; 
report for July, S T, II, fl:B 

AMEBICAM Rights I,eagne~DemBilda that 
U. S. Sen ratify peace treaty with Qer~ 
many, Ag 21. 2:3: od, Ag 22, 10:4 

AMERICAN SsUet Csmm for Hanxulan 
Sufferer*— R. M. Haan will organTae In 
Hungary relief for children. S 18, 12:7; 
-■■■ ^-ve 11,000,000 drive In behalf of 
children, the money to be turned 
Relief Administration, 8 28, 

j-R. M. Hard 

eslgns because ot Indorsement of Ijeftgua 



AMEBICAM » 

(Gen) A. 
AMEBICAM I 



r Co — Organised by 



AMEBIC AN-ScandlnavlBB Feondatlon. 

Education— S wed I sh- Amer E^xchange 



fAN Hcbual Peace League— Winners 

ot prizes for oasay on LiCague of Nations, 
Jl 27, II. 1:4 
tMEBlCAN Hhlp. and Commerce Corii— 
Formed by merger of Wm. Cramp A 
Suns Ship and Knglne Bldg Co with other 
S S lines: will have export and afalpplng 



ble safs i 



transfer of Cramu Co stock. Ag 20. X3:2: 

Capt K. Roosevelt named sac, 8 18, 1A:S 
AMEBICAM fihipbldg Co— Com dlvd. S 27, 

17:7; annual report, S 28, II. 0:1 
AMEBICAM (thort Line R B Ass oe— Officers 

ask House Interstate Commerce Com tor 

financial aid. S 4, 10:4 
AMliltlCAN Smelting and Retlning Co— 

Semi-annual report. S 25, 20:2 
AMEItlCAN SiiuM Co— Pt end com dlvds. 



f Rand School 



_ _. 21:4 

AMUUICAM Socialist 8so, i 
of Social Science 

AMElliCAN Sue In Ldndon— 1th of July din- 
ner, Jl 5, 9:2 

AMERICAN Soviet Bnlletln, sm Anorchlats— 
U. S.. S 19* 

AMKKICAN S S Assoc, see Shipping— Strikes 

divda, . 

AMElclCAM Sumatra Tebaeeo Ca-Com dlvd. 
Jl U. 24:2: report, S B. 18:2: annual report, 
S 17, 20:5 
MKltlCAN Telephone A Trtegraph C»— 



n In 



AMERICAN Therra. 

23:4 
AMERICAN Tobai 



—Dlvd, S 10, 



o— Quarterly dlvd, 

lorbed by United Rctall'storcs Corp. 3 20. 



Trust Co. S 12. 21:2: statement, 8 



County 

24, aalT 



JidihSept. IM. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



AMBBIOAN rnlv DbIob— Will direct educa- 
tion of French winners of scholarBhlps do- 
nated by A E F HtudentB In France, S 16, 



AMERICAN Water Work! * Ulcclrla 

IBO-Pf aivd, Jl 30, 23:1 
AMKBICAN WholFtale Coal Ahok— Adopt. 

reaolution asking: for Invextlgatlor 

duatry, -" '^ ■ 



.'S'T. 

Ak 15, Z 3 

AMBBICAM Whalcaals Corn of 

Offers stock Issue. JI 15, 22:2 



III, a:_ 
AHEKICAN Woolea Co—Pf and com dlvds, 

8 «. 18:1 
AMBRICAir Zinc, I,ead * Smalttiic Co— Pt 

dlvd, Jl 18. 21:6 
AMERICANIZATION. »s ClUnnshlp. Bda- 

catlon tor 
AMEBIOANB In Allied Annlrs, aee U. 8.— 

European War— Americans In Allied Ar- 

AMKRICANS In Endand— Muijr unable tO 
return to U, S. because of ahortase of 
ships. A^ 2. 7:4 

AMEBIOANB IB Franoe. ■■■■Botdlars and 
Sallora' Kiots 

AMKRIOANB In Orrman;— C. 3. Rosebault 
tell* of attitude durlns war, n art, Ar 
24. VII, *:1 

AMKKICANS In Konand— Offensive attacks 
B«alnst motor cars complained of by Col 
Davis, military attache, As 13, l!>:e 

AMBKIOANS la Utbnaala. see Uthuanla— 
American Artny Brigade 

AMBRICANB In I,aadoB, see American Hos- 
pital for Gt Britain 

AHEBICANB In Hcilos. aee Mexico— Ban- 
dtta; Mexico— U. B., Relations with 

AHEBICANB la BbhIb, lee Bt»sla— Mon- 

AMERICANS Df apnnan Descent, see Oer- 

maiiB In Amer 
AMERICA'S Tribate to Brltlih Mcrebaat Bea- 

meB—tSO. 000,000 fund will be raised: Ir 
from Amb Davis. Jl 14, IB:B; W. A Apple- 
ton, Chairman, will sail for Eng'Iand to fur- 
ther work: praises British seamen. Jl 20, 
n. 3:3: receives ITnlon Jack from British 
Embaaay. Jl S7, 3:8; officers and purpoow 
of ontanliatlon. Jl 27, III. 7:2; Ir from 
Pr«a Wilson, JI 29, 24:S: W. H. Appleton, 
Chairman, opens campaign In London with 
luncheon: speakers, Ag- 14, 15:3: cd. Amer- 
ica's debt to them, Ag 17, III, 1:3; Lucy H, 
Reynolds urges contributing, Ir. Ag 18, 10:7; 
W. H. Appleton, Chairman, will be guest 
of Manchester, Kng.. at unveiling of 
Abraham Uncoln statue. S 8. 19:2: Wm. 
H. Appleton 111, S 12. 1B:1 

AMEB, Charles Blsmarek— appointed asst 
atty gen by Palmer In Justice Dept rc- 
organl iatlon. Jl IT. G:l 

AMETTE, (CarOaal) I.eoB, aee Fatherless 
Children of France 

AMIBNB— Awarded French War Cross. Ag 
29. 24:B; visited by P. aibbs. 8 13. 3:1 

AM MUNITION, lea Munitions 

AHNEBTT Con mt Cfaloago— L.r written to 



objectors and reply from Baker. Jl 2, 12:7; 

AMBTBB, ' Nathan I..— favors Federal corp 
to control rya, would enlarge powers of 
Interstate Commerce Comm, In plan out- 
lined before House Com. Jl 30, 19:3 

AHSTESnAM Trade UbIob CDDgresa, see 
tntemati Trade Union Congress 

AUTHOR. (Mrs) Carollae— death, S 30, 19:0 

AMCBEMENTB. aee Moving Pictures; Plays 
and. tSieras; "Theatres 

ANACONDA Capper Mining Co— Pay office 
In Butte. Mon.. damaged by bomb explo- 
sion, Jl T, 19:4: Increases wages, Jl IT, 
18:5: Chairman J. D. Ryan replies to 
charsee made by Repr QraJiam, denies 
that nrm made undue war profits, Ag 10. 
23:2; dlvd. S 24, 26:3 



e< Sd 



ar. Jl 4 



;QoT 



ANABCHISTSt- 

Italv— Plot to t„.. _, 
splrators arrested. i_ _, 

U. S.— Statement bv Dr Homaday on lack 
of arrests. Jl B. 0:4; heads of leadlnx 
Worcester Industrial plants ask poltce 
protection, fearing attadu, Jl 8, I"— " — 
Smith signs order for extra e 
N. Y. 6. Supreme Court to coq>1_ 
Jl 10, 1:7; O. Alonen, H Idey. M. Mai^ 
tins, and M. Peltola, Finns, arrested In 
N r C for criminal aetlYtty In connection 
with publication of The Class Struggle; 
men behind them sought, Ac 0, 3:7; 
Jurors selected. As 12. 15:0; Alonen In- 
dicted, second Indicted man haa not yet 
been arrested; membership of special 
Grand Jury: Justice Weeks reviews the 
law. Ak 13. ie:9; C Falvo. Indicted by 
NYC Grand Jury, is arrested in De- 
troit. Ag M, 7:1: Paivo brought to N Y C, 
arraigned and sent to Tombs under ball, 
Ak ir>, 13:2: Blankl, SCepanlk. and Krnv- 
aehuk Indicted for urging overthrow of 
Govt Ag 2^ 3:1: Alonen and Palvo pub- 
lishers of Class Struggle, object to spe- 
cial Jury, as It would opposs radicals. S 
12, 11:1; JusUee Barlow and Prosecutor 
receive copies of Amer Soviet Bulletin 
advocating force In overthrow of Govt, 
S IB. 18:7 

Bee also Anarchist Soviet Bulletin; Agi- 
tators: Aliens; Bolshavlkl: Bombs; Im- 
migration— Deportations— Agitators : In- 
dustrial Workers of the World; Radicals; 
Socialists 
ANABOYBOB. B— 

cover allowances 

Ag 12, 20:2 
ANATOLIA— Turkey promises In nyissngn to 

Pres Wilson to maintain order and security, 

ANCHOB a a TiTMi rnliimhtn !■ lart of fleet 

afloat 8 1, 5:2 
ANCIENT Order at Htberalaas— Natl Con- 
vention In San Francisco, Jl 18, 11:2: Jl 18, 
"■"■ " ■" "■"• opening session ~* " 



Irish Independence, 8 11. S2:4: annual 

convention of Conn branch: Irish Independ- 
ence demanded. S 12. 24 :4 

ANUEBaoN. (Mrs) Aagnsta Obauaeey^ 
death. Jl 14. 11:3; estate. Ag 16. 18:8 

ANDRBBON, (U) Edward M.— mother be- 
lieves he was killed by fall In defective 
airplane. JI 27. 4 :4 

ANDBB80N, Edwta Batflald. aea N T Pulv 
llc Library 

ANDBRaON, Blliabctli — wins Cntx 



Jl 13. n. 2:8 
ANDEB80N, rraneea - 
Guerre, Jl 18. II. 2:8 
(Mrs) - 



wins CrobE 



ANDEBBON, 



. Jl 15, 11:2 



ANDEBBON, Oeorge W.— te|rtlfle« on K R 
situation at House Com heailns. At 28, 1 :4 

ANDEBBON. (Lt Col) MeuT W.. see Red 
Cross 8oo— Balkans 

ANDEROON, (IT. 8. Bepr) Bldner— thinks 
new cold storage law will be effective. 
S 29. 19:4 

ANDERSON. (Dr) T. ▼.— statement on In- 
ebriates and wartime prohibition, S 7, m. 
10:3 

ANDEBBON. Winiam C— mied tor Jewell A. 
Shell for breach of promise. S ZS, 8:3 

ANDERSON. Wlinam H., see Anti-Saloon 



ANDEBBON, WUUaiB J.— disappears; was 
to have married Mrs. Laura Watson. S 
1. 7:2 

ANDEBBON Overaes* Corp— Concludes 
negotiations with U. S. Shipping Bd for 
sale of 100 steel ships. Ag 1, 1:4; vessels 
will be used to supply fuel needs of 
France and Italy. Ag 3 12:1 ; Shipping Bd 
defends sale of wilps, Ag 16. B:4 



THE NEW TORE TIMES INDEX. JtdySepL, 1»1». 



ANDBBTOV, 



ANDRABST, (Coanl) Jallns-anivea In 
Budapest, As 6, 3:6; la Minister of For- 
den Affairs in new Hungarian Cabinet, 
Ab 16, 11:4; wants old Parliament recalled 
Instead of trying to hold elecUons In Hun- 
gary, Ak it, 8:1; report that he will be 
Minister of^ ?'<?^i'«fKi'. _Af'"j™ 'n Cabinet 
dehy- 

ANUBBw'Tqnui? CldttiiiiB Co— Starts dam- 
age suit Bgalnst Boston tiecause of loot- 
ing during police strike, S IT, S:3 

ANDREWS, HorBce ElUwortfa— estate, Ag 
13, 11:3 

ANDREWS, Ully v., see Caatle, L. 



nianded lar 



—Mall feervlce— Strlkt 
ANGLICAN and Eastern Aasec, see I 

tant Episcopal Church 
A NOLO- American French Treaty, 

France— Defense Treotles 
ANOI^-Amrr Frlrndshlp, see U. S. 

land, Helatlona with 



•nauUcs-U. 8. 



ANO 



I quot 



: from 



i of von TIrpttz regurding disappear- 
— imall European nations In trans- 
cotnblne of Anglo-SaxonH, S 25, 



ANIMAI.8-Harmtul ones listed by N. Y. S. 

Ag 31. 14 9 

Bet> bUo New York Women's t^agtie for 
Animals 
ANIMALS, Pretiletoric— Relics of mastodon, 
mammoth and megatherium found In N. Y. 
and vicinity. Ag IS, 24 



_, „ Hospitals- 
Spring Liake. N. J. 

ANN ABLE, Catherine B., see Books Re- 
view s—Delnnd, M. 

ANNAPOLIS Naval Academy— Midshipmen 
arrive In N Y with Summer cruise pracUce 
fleet. Jl 25. 11:3: W. McL, Hague will con- 
duct school to prepare enlisted men for 
examinations, sp art. Ag 24, VII, 
clal preparatory cor "■ 






enjlsled' i 



. J0:4 



NCLMBNT Df 



Divorce 

Suits 

ANNCNZIO, Oabrlele d'~attBcliB NItU mlti- 
latry, Jl S, 8:4; ed. Jl S, HI, 1:5: slur of 
Prea Wilson and his wife In speech In 
Rome on May 4 resented by E. Ferrl, 
Socialist Deputy, Jl 14. 2:5; plans night 
Irom Rome to Tohlo and return, Jl 18. 3:8; 
ed. Jl IT. 12:3: cost of proposed Rome- 
Toklo night. 8 8, 2:fl; brings armed forces 
Into Flume In defiance of orders of Italian 
Oovt. a 14, 12 :S: order of NIttI to disarm 
hJs forces disol>eycd by Sth Army Corps; 
entry into Flume was granted by Oen Flt- 
taluga. 3 IS. 1:2; ed, S IS, 14:1; French 
and British heed request to haul down 
noga In Flume. S Ifl, 1:3; proclaims an- 
nexation of Flume to Italy. S IS. 15:2: 
considered mutinous, says Amb Macchl dl 
Cellere, S 18, 15:2; revolt was carefully 
planned. Jugoslav peace delegates declare, 
S IT. 1:3; defended by Milan press; de- 
nounced by Paris press. S IT. ZI :3 ; ed, 8 
IT. 1S:6; message on Flume, S IS, 2:0: Is 



r, son Hugo In li. - . 

of Flume, 8 U. 17:8. 4; nmsuia m con- 
trol In Flumew answers with tbr«at order 
of Col Rondaslla ttut Italian otfloera will 
be considered aa deierter>, B 21, 8:1; trib- 
ute to the VaUcan Choir, B a, IV. Bdj 
refuse* to return to Rome; addrosae* of- 
ficers and soldiers fn Flume; aake ItaJlaft 
people for prayers, S 22, 16:1; AUlM aaked 
by Italy to drive him from Fltnn a, B S. 
1 :3 ; says he will appeal to Free WIlBOa. 
a 23. 4:2: ed, S 23. 1A:2; calls for tall Of 
Nlttl Cabinet; confers medal on Flume ttar- 
rison, S 24. 1:3, 4: ed. S 24. 14:1: miut 
retire from Flume before Free WOaoD wfll 
consider situation, IB report B IB, lA; 
seizure of Flume due to hostility of Prea 
Wilson, says Oarlbaldl ; admiration «x- 
preaaed by Admiral Com, S 2S, 4;4, 5: 
plans to take over Buaaak. S 20, 1 :S ; pmo- 



ANDKEW8, WtlUam Lan»lng— death, Jl 2. 

13:4 
ANDREYEFF, Leonid— death and career, S 



Ing most of rebel leaders In 

one command. Ag 5. 18:2 

ANOHELAKIH. " " '- 



y W. Dur 



s Kln« VlO- 



} Flume ; H. Fox, Ajner author, ani 
jner naval otflcer offer their sei 
ctlon acclaimed by Italians In So 



S 27, 4:2; denounces butter 
Flume; appeaJa to FYance. 
3; ed. The sharp thorn and the 
Ire, a 2T. 13:2; Joined br Caaa- 
S 28, 21:8: sp art by B. de Caa- 
28. vn, p T; A. Carmine, natursl- 
~~ Itlien of Swiss deacent. nld 



on coup 



r erf air fleet 



makes Casagrande commander 
at Flume, 8 2D. 3:3 

ANNUNZIO, HuKo d'— defends his father's 
seizure of Flume. B IS. 1T:4 

ANBCnVTZ. Edward R.— tells of opportu- 
nity In Northern Russia for Amer goods. 
Ar 31. 8:3 

ANSELL, (Lt C*I> Samnd T.— recommenda- 
tion that all cout^-martlal cases be re- 
viewed is refused by Sec Baker. Jl 6. 5:8: 
resigns from army to carry on fight 
Bgarnat court-marUal system; will form 
law pHrtnershlp with Col E. 8. Bailey, Jl 
20. 4:3; resignation accepted. Jl 22, 3:0: 
retained as fi-eclal counsel to Investigate 
cruelty charges in War Dept Inquiry: will 
question Gen March. Jl 23, 2;T; Ir of pro- 
test to G. T. Page, Pres of Amer Bar 
Assoc; calls courts-martial Inquiry one- 
sided, Jl 28, T:l: extract from Ir to UaJ 
Gen Wood charging him with being reac- 
tionary In attitude toward military Justice. 
Ag 4, 2:4; assails army bd findings on 
courts -martial procedure. Ag 20. 14:7; tes- 
Ufles before Sen Sub-Com on Chamberialn 
court s-mertlfll bill, Ag 28, I2:T: Ag 27, 8:2; 
Ag 30. 8:T: Ag 31 2:7; Sec Baker, In Ir to 
Sen Wadaworth, denies having withheld 
1018 opinion defining legal status of Oen 
Staff. S 14, 21:2; statement on ex-Pres 
Tatt's defense of court-martial system; 
miikes charges. 8 16. 4:2 

ANTHONY. Halland C— death. Ag 2T. 11:4 

ANTHONY. Buian B.— portrait by Sarah J. 
F:ildv accepted by Natl History Museum In 
W.iHhington Jl 8, II. 1:2 

ANTIIRArlTE CaiHumers' Leagae— Sends 
warning to St:iiatars that coal prices wlU 
Jump If food stays high. Jl 21, 18:2 

ANTHRAX^DIsease traced among soldiers 
to shaving brushua, Ag 18, 11 :3 

ANTI-CIOARETTE I.«agDe of the Warld, 
see Tobacco— Abolition of Cse. Ag IB 

ANTIETAM Batllr, see Ulitorr. IJ. B.— Civil 






Johnson says organliAtloil 

Siropagandft 
Dterfere In 



JvllfSepU, ltl9. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



ANTI-telMB I^oBKoc (continued)— 

J«r»«y City— Brlns procaedlnn to prevent 
aruitlnc of licenses to saloon keepers. 
Ac e, 6:i: suit brousht In Supreme Court 
to test validity of licenses. Ag 23, 18:4 

N. T. S. — Questionnaire to ascertain atti- 
tude of Assembly candidates on enforce- 
ment of Feders] prohtt>IUon. Ag 2. 8:8; 
stBtemeot br W. H. Anderson on nomi- 
nation of R. !■. Hs«kcU as County Judge 
on wet platform, S 4, 1T:2 

Presidential Campalsn— Has no InteaUon to 
pledKS candidates, B 23, 24:3 

Prohibition Laws— Calls exlstlns laws talriy 
effective. Jl 12, 3:B; Wheeler denies that 
more drastic laws are planned, Jl 19. 4:8; 
W. B. Wheeler denies Intent to Invade 
authentic homes In search and seliure 
provision of prohibition enforcement bill. 
As 13. 10:7 
Bee also Wartime Prohibition, b«l»w 

Selt-Determlnatlon League of Uberty chal- 
lenges f t, A« 3, B :3 

Tobacco— Will not take part In movement 
to abolish use, says A- B. Wood, Ag 4. 
11:3 

'Warttme Prohibition— Statement by W. H. 
Anderson, Jl S, 11:3; Anderson uinounces 
orea.nl latlon of allied clUiens for strict 
enforcement. Jl 0, 22:1: says existing 
laws are fairly effective, J 12. 3:B; W. B. 
Wheeler, general counsel, appears before 
Sen Judiciary sub-corn tn support of con- 
tenUon that Congress bss authorl^ to 
fix one-half of one per cent, as maximum 
alcoholic beverages, Jl IT, 17:8: attacked 
by R^r Crsgo In debate on enforcement 
bill. Jl 22, 4 :4 : charges lax enforcement 
In N Y C saloons, Ag 3, II, 1:S: Wheeler 
denies Intent to Invade authentic home 
under seaich-and-selzure provision of 
prohibition enforcement bill, A« 13. 10:7; 
W. U. Anderson denies that detectives 
were hired to get evidence against bar- 
tenders, despite statements of detectives 
In Elmhurst case. S 10. 28:3 
AN-riQUITIEB, See Archaeology 
ANTI-STRIKE I,aws, Bae Strikes 
ANTI-Tmst Iaws— Planned by Uoyd George, 



ARAOONA, Blgno 

Southern Confer<- 



LA.bor— Bnriand— 



Strikes ; War Labor Boexd 
ARCH of Freedam, *m Memorisl Arch 
AKCUANUKL,— Erroneous impression as to 
closing of harbor. Ag IT, II, 6:7: develop 
ment of port told of by E. A. Anschuts, 
Ag 31. fl:3; much property destroyed In fire, 
S 9. 19:2: 
Bee als* Russia — Intervention — Northern 

ARCHER, (Rev) WUUmh C— death Ag 5, 9:4 
ARCHIRAI.D, Will P.— death, Jl 27, £!:S 
ARCTIC ExplsrstloDi, see Elxpl orations— 

ARCTIC Trade, see Biplorations— Arctic— 

Commerclsl 
AltUASJKFF, Nikolai, see Bolshevlkl>-Swe- 

ARESON, clIntDD w.— captured by Bolshs- 
vikl, Ag S. 3:B 



tl-Truat law; Donnelly 



Ag 22. 2:7 

Bee alH Clayton , 

AntI - Trust law; Foodstuffs — Prices 
C*lo; Meat Trade— Prosecution of Pack- 
ers; Sherman Anti-Trust Law: Trusts 

AKTl-Tnst 8alts-C. B. Richards will di- 
rect work of Justice Dept. B 2S, 16:3 

ANTOINETTE, Frlneess a( I.iu«barg~En- 
gsgement to Prince Rupprecht of BavailA 
reported broken, S S, 1B:7 

ANTWERP— Bond Issue wlU be offer«d In 
U S soon, Ag 2. 11 :3 

ANZAce. see Australia— Army 

AOSTA. Dake of— Plans visit to U. 8., China 
and Japan. Ag 14, 15:S: confers with Nlttl 
over Fhime Incident, 8 20, B:l 

APARTMENTB— Data on need In N T C 
compiled by N Y S Reconstruction Comm, 
Jl fl, II. 1:1; co-operatlvo house will t>e 
erected on 6th Av and 97th St by Owners' 
Improvement Corp. Jl 20, IX. 18:4; short- 
age Increases in N T C. Ag 10, IV. 12:1; 
(»>aUy bldg to be erected In the Bronx, Ag 
24, DC, 20:3; 12-Btory bldg wUl be erected 
on 6th Av at 72d St, S 14, X, 1:1: proposal 
to limit height on Fifth Av discussed at 
meeting of EsUmale Bd: W. H. Cockmn 
In^ts that tall bldgv will enhance values, 
8 27. 19:1 
See alsa Rent* 

APPIA Cr«, SM Delaney, J. 

APPI^BTON, W. A,— Condemns British tt 
strikers, S 30. 1:Q 

Bae •!■« Intematl Trades Union Congress 
at Amsterdani 

AFPL,ETON, WlUlau O.— Ill, Ag. 12, 18:2 



AFRONtk-Waterproot apron offered tay mfr, 

B fl. 17:8 
APBLBT Rabbn OB,-^om dlvd, 8 IT, 26 :3 



llvia, RelaUons with, see Bolivia 

>jomniercc>-Dr Aldao urges Americans to 
Invest there: statement on needs for de- 
velopment, Jl T, 23:2: Govt expected to 
grant big credit to Germany to facilitate 
raw materials trade, S 22, 17 :3 

England, Relations with— Diplomatic rela- 
tions strained as result of purchase by 
Argentina of German S S Bahol Blanca; 
envoys leaving poau. Ag 6. 15:8 

Finances— DlacusHcd by leading N T bank- 
ers. Jl 10, 20:3; credit to Allies for pur- 
chase of Argentine products urged in 
President's Ir to Congress. Ag 3. II. 8:8; 
negotiations for German loan opened, 3 
SB. 8:3 

Immigration, sea German Austria— Emigra- 
tion; Germany— Emigration 

League of Nations, see League of Nations 
—Argentina 

Poland. Relations with, see Poland— Recog- 

AROONAUT CvnssUdated Nlnlag Co— Dlvd, 

5 11. "- " 



Hotel FropeMy, see Williams. 

(Controller) J. S, 
ARMARA, are Spanish Armada 
ABMAMEMTB— Sen Walsh Introduces reso- 
lution In Sen to forbid use of Amer credits 
In arming world, S 12, 20:2 
See also League of Nations— Armaments ; 
U. S.— Armaments 
ARMENIA :— 
Allied old In arms and munitions urged 

by V. Cardaahlan. Ir, Ag IB, 12:27 
Amer Aid. see Turkish Evasion, below 
Amer Mission of Transportation and Bco- 
nomic Specialists— Will be headed by Gen 
J, G. Harbord, Ag 9, 8:8: statement by 
Sec I-anBlng; report that Pres Wilson 
thinks of Gen Harbord as possible Gov 
Gen, Ag 14. 3:1; ed. Ag 16, 10:4; per- 
sonnel, Ag 15, J5:2; Ag ZS, 2:7; Gen Har- 
bord leaves Constantinople for Armenia, 
S 9. 19:2; report of note to Turkey 
against massacres. S 11. 15:2; chaotic 
conditions found by Gen Harbord, 8 
14, 2:8 
Atrocities— Turkish lenders sentenced to 
death and imprisonment. Jl 13. 1:2; Dr 
Leinbech tells of woes and says BO.OOO 
Kill captives of Turks, Jl 20, 
"-"-''" *■'*-' by Armenian in 
_. _ .. II. 1:3; Inter- 
national socialist Conference at Lucerne 
adopts resolution favoring taking of 



Ag 11. 8:2: peace conferees expect nci 
measures If U. S. refuses mandate, say 
C. A. Selden. Ag 14. 3:1; ed. Ag IS. 10:4 
slaughter of people feared by Grea 
Britain, which feels obliged to withdraw 
troops, Ag IB. 1S:5: Informal warning ti 



THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. JvlySepU. 1919. 



Sultan and Peac* i , 

Aln«r Com for the Independ 

menlA proteata to Peace 

•Cainst TurhUb excesBea, Ag 28, 2:2; ed, 
Ag 28, 10;4; Sec Lajislns conflnna warn- 
liu by Admlrel Bristol, As 29. S;l^ Mor- 
. ....,, —J D.,.h atua— — — "- "- 

mission reported, S 11, 15:2 
Bolsbevlkl, tee BolHhevlkl— Armenia 
British Cal>liiet considers menace of Turks 

and Kurds, S 8. 19:2 
British Troops— Urged to remain by Arme- 
nian NaU Union of Amer In appeal to 
Lord Uryce, Ag IC, ISA: England feels 
obliged to withdraw troops, but fears 
slauebter o( the people. As 115. 15;B; Sec 
Lansing denies that British Govt asked 
that their troops be replaced by Amer 
force, S I, 15 :8 
Food Supply, ssa Foodstuffs— Armenia 
Future discussed by A. Mahdeslan. Ag 10, 

in. 2:1 
High Comm— Col. W. Haskell appointed as 
repr of 4 great powers, Jl 8. 8:7; 24 U. S. 
Army officers Join Haskell: 6 district 
commanders appointed ; takes over work 
of various relief organliaUons, S Z2. 15:7 
Mandatary-J. W. Gerard tells why U. S. 
should accept mandate. Jl B. IV, 8:1: M. 
SevasU urgea mandate by U. S.. Jl 20, 
8:1; Turkish Invasion of country blamed 

Question, saya C. A. Sclden, Jl 31. 1:4: 

rce conferees expect new masaacres If 
S. refuses mandate, says C. A. Selden, 
Ag 14, 3:1: ed, Ag 15, 10:4: Question 
whether U. S. proposes to act la holding 
up settlement: Brftlah look to U. S.. Ag 
16. 10:0; Uoyd George tells Commons 
that he wanta U. S. to assume It. Ag 19, 
1:2; mandate by U. S. asked by Dr. J. H. 
T. Main In Ir to J. W. Gerard, Ag 24, 
II, 1:5; U. S, caUed only hope by U 
Fraser, Ag 28, 4:5: discussed l>y Peace 
Conference : Clemenceau bubbcsIs that 
departing British let French troopa take 
up guardianship, Ag 28, 1:1; discussed 
by M. Sevasly, Ag 28, 2:fl; Washing our 
hands oC Armenia, ed. Ag 28, 10:4: public 
Opinion In U. B. said to be agalns 



Krt of large < 
D. Arnold, Ag 29, I 
Cardaahlan. Ag 31.^Ilt_l 



1B:2 



._ Maj Green. 



sides with aid of Ta 

Dir of Amer Relief Ad 

military acUon by Allies: C. A. 
says trouble Is blamed an U. S.. 
1:4; Turks aided by Persians, Ag 1, 1:4: 
M. SihhaUaslan, temporary Premier, uska 
help against Turk army. Ag IB, 5:5; men- 
ace considered by British Cabinet. S S. 
lp-2; J. W. Gerard, Chairman of Amer 
Com for Independence of Armeria, Is- 
suer statement urgently appeal for Amer 
aid. P 18, 12:8: Prea Khatltian sayu in 
Paris that country needs troops, not In- 
vestigators. S 24, 28:8: report of treaty 
ceding terrttory for withdrawal of Kurd- 
ish and Tartar troops, S 26. 13:3 
ARHBMIAN and SrHu Relict, sse Near 
Bast Relief 



ARMENIAN NbU DbIsb •( Abwt— App«alS 

to Pres "Wilson and Lord Brye* to nrga 
British Govt not to withdraw troopa from 
Armenia, Ag IS. 1S:4 
A RMKNTIKBKS— Visits by P. Olbbs; S U, 
9:1; M. D. EYeeney sa^a thatU. B. Navj 



rected bldgs for reside 
S 25. 14:8 
ABH1E8, see Names 

ARMISTICES, 






Countries, subtaeiad 

European War—Armla- 

ARMORED AaUmablles, aee Tanka 

ABHOBIB8, see II. S.— Armories 

ARHUVB, Cbaile* Wlnfleld— death. As 2S, 

ABMOVB, J. Ogdan— statement o 

price of meat; Jl 17. 17:1; we 

ol shoes, suggests that Bulldera' and 
Traders' Exchange give him complete ward- 
robe, Ak la, 7:4; predicts drop la food 
prices, S 3, 4:6; statement on prlea paid 
for shoes questioned by shoemaker who 
supplies him, 8 7. 3:5 

ABMOVB * CO.— Trade Comr Fort attacka 
lawyer, charges attempt to avoid r^wrt 
Increasing packers' tax Ag 1. 2:8; Vice 
Pres F. E. While appears before Sen com- 
mittee InvestlgaUng cost of living In Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; denies profiteering, Ak *. 
2:1 Govt starts lilael proceedings In Mln- 

22. 11:6: ir from Vice Pres F 1 



S 12, 24:4: 'White's statement on peddler 
cars denied by Natl Wholesale Grocer^ 

See alia Meat-Packing Industry, iwd Tnuta 
Comm Investigation 
ARH8, see Munitions, Ordnance 
ARMS Embargo, see Mexico— Amu ESm* 

ABMSTRONQ, <Dt.) DoBBld B.— Report on 
Framlngham Health Demonstratloo, 8 12, 



24, 20:6 
ARM8TRUNO, <LI) HamlltOB Fish— wins 

Serbian White Eagle with swords. S 27. 4;3 
ARMHTROMQ, Whltworth, (Sli W. O.), tern 

i:B-TranBaUatlc Flights— Typ«a ot 

n c— Ir on IndamnltiM, 



1, 2: Ir by V. 
:4; discussed by 
Sec Lansing 
, W, C. Uul- 



lltt tells Sen Foreign Rei 

1:1; Venlzelos favors mandate by U. 

S 15, 16:3. 

Peace Conference, see EoropeBn W 
Peace Conference-Armenia. 

Population— Lr by V. Cardashlan on Mos- 
lem and non-Moslem population, Ag 31, 
III. 2:4 

President, see Khatltian 

Relief— Work of various organizations tak- 
en over by High Com. S 22, 15:7 
Bee also Ame^can Com fur Relief In the 
Near ICast; FoodsCuffs—Annenia 



AKMX Agricultural CoUege at Allerer, 

" " -Army— Education of Men 

--' PtUe Baby CoBtesI, 



Baby C 

ARMY ot OccDpatlon. seti European War- 
Allies' Occupation of Territory 
u „ ^ J a.— Anay— 



,r— ARMY RrcrDlUng 



ARMY Wurms— Damage Long Island Cropa 

Ag 1, 18:2 
_ . ■ ■ IT U. 8, In 



ARNU 

The Atlan... 

shop. Ag 10. Ill, l:e 
ARNUT, trf>ul» (Hr. Mary L. Odbs)— death. 

Ag 16, 7;6 
ARNTZ, Klfrleda, see Boehme, H. O. 
AROCKNA, RatHi— will. Jl 30, 8:5: Widow 
appointment as temporary ad- 



„, - -. -..., libel proceedlnga 

dismissed, sugar seized wUl "be sold at fair 

profit margin, S 7. 10:1 
ARKAH— Revisited by P. Glbbs, S 17, 17:1 
AHRULL-Jahnaton AatomobUe, see Edward 

Albert, Prince ot Wales— Automobllea 
ABROW8MITH, Mary N.— receives Croix de 
Ouerre, S B, 3:6 



Jvlg-Stpt^ 1919. THE NEW TOBE TIMES INDEX. 

ABBENAI^. MV U. S.— Araenala 
AKSOM. N T O— Bombordere, It. arroatM, 
accused of attempting to set (Ire tr "— ' "- 



which wife and ehllif were «IaeplnK, Ak 1. 
6:4 

gee >lie Flrea 
AKT, lubdivlded or croBa-referenced a« 

follows :— 
Austrtan peace terms Industrica 
BulKaj^BO peace tenm ItsJlan Treasures 
Cutoons Museum ■ 

, Collecttona Bales 

Competitions Thefts 

Education tJ 8. Army Schools 

European War War Memorials 

Exhibitions 

AnMrlan F*wie Terms, Jl 21, 2:4: B IS, 1:3 

BnlKsrUn F«ee Zenas, 8 19, 1 :2 

CBrtasns, see Cartoons 

CidleetlsBe— Hamilton, Duke of. silver, fur- 
niture and palntlnKB will be sold at 
Chrfstle'B In Nov, S S, 3:8; cataloKue, B 
21. in. 8:3 

CampetltlaBs—Munlclpat Art Soc will con- 
duct comiietltlon to secure deHtgns for 
Improvement of park la Oreeley Square. 
3 Zl. in. 8:2 

Kdaeatlon. see U. 8. Amir Schools, belew 

Kanpean WaP— French Govt acquires 
painting of 7th Inf. Ag 27, 8:7 
a<e Blse European Wai^Plctorial Hla- 



EdKcr 



, ..jbert, reproduction of portrait 

bust of Gen Pershing. Ak 34. Vfll. 12:1 

American painters. Knoedler Qal, Jl 20, 
VII. 12:1 • 

Batik art. Bush Terminal Bids, Jl 20, 
m, 3:1: Acs. III. 3:3 

Berskshlre HIUs eihlb opens. Ak 31. 7:4 

Blake, William,, prints. Keppel Gal, Jl 



ZT. Ill, 3:4: Jl 31, '. 



Copier portraits, Vose Gal, S 14. VII, 12:1 
Crownln shield, Frederic, works shown at 

SIockbridKB Casino, As 18, ll:fl 
Dudenslne Gal, Summer exhlb, Jl 13, 

VII, J2:4 
Duveneck. Frank, etchings, Kennedy Gal. 

8 7, VII, 12:1 
' iKeriy-Konybsko, Liady, portraits on 
Ivory, Ag 10, III, 3:4 
Kngllsh engravlnKa and mezzotints, Hahlo 

Gal, Jl 27, vn. 12:4 
Foraln'B The Picture Dealer. Erausbaar 

Gal. Jl 13. VII, 12:1 
French Industrial Art, Pennsylvania 

Hotel. Jl 25, 4:3: Ag 3, III, 3:4 
Gloucester, Mass.. exhlb. 8 7. III. 3:1 
Hartsdale sculpture e^b. S 21. Vlt. 

12:1 
Hunt, WllUani Morris, palntlngH and 

drawings, Boston Museum of Ari, 8 

14, VII. 12:1 
lUava. Karl, figures for Spartanburg 

monument, Jl 13. VII. 13:1 
niuBtraUons by Men of 1860, N Y Public 

Library. Ag 10, VII, 12:1 
Jaequelin painting of Peace ConferenOB, 

City Club, Jl 2fl. S :5 
Japanese books of design, Jl 20. Ill, 3:4 
Knoedler Gal. Summer exhlb. Jl 30. VII, 

12:1 
Morland paintings. Jl 27. VII. 12:4 
Mystic, Conn, eihib, Ag 17. III. 3 A 
Newport Art Assoc, work of living Amer 

artists and sculptors. Jl 13, 5:4 
Old Lyme exhlb. Ag 17. 111. 3:3 
Osnls, Anton. portrait of Benjamin 

Franklin, Jl 20. 111. 3:2 
Peace Conference, painting by Jaequelin, 

City Club, Jl 26, 9:5 
Pen and Brush Club, Summer exhlb, Jl 

13. VII. 12-3 
Pennsylvania Soc of Fine Arls— Jolnl ex- 
hlb with Penn Soc of Miniature Pnlnt- 

ers will be open In Nov; Jury of selec- 
tion. S 14, III, 5:1 



_,,.. .n Nov, S 14, III. 0:1 
Prints. Kennedy * Co Gal. Jl 27. Ill, 3:3 
Howan, Mrs Kills, pictures of birds and 

flowers, Ag 24, III. 4:5 
Sculpture, Hartsdale, N. T.. S 21. VU, 

12:1 
Zorn, Anders, etchings. Keppel Gal. Jl 

-- „ whiles. 

Club, Jl 13. HI, ; 
IndastriBl :— 
Amer Museimi of Natural History will 
open exhlb of Industrial art with 
special relation to textiles and cos- 
tumes. S 28. Ill, 5:3 
Schools— Foreign countries well supplied; 
France has 32, Ag 10. III. 3:3 
ItBlian Trvaa arcs—Loot stolen by Austria 
must be retuTTied under provision of peaoa 
treaty. Jl 21. l:t; 8 15, 1:3 



ings. Ag 2 

Brooklyn Museum'-Glft of Chinese cloi- 
sonne enamels by S. P. Avery, S 28. 
VII, 12:4 

France, s^e Louvre, The 

London— Natl Gallery— Comment on gift 
by A. Studd of 3 Whistler works, Ag 
24. Ill, 4:fl 

Detroit^ Museum _ of Art— Pres G. O. 



Booths ..,„,, 

tlons for increasing Influc 
seum, Jl 13. Ill, 3:4: receives an col- 
lection of Pres G G. Booth. Jl 20, III. 
3:1 



The Crucltlxion, and Hag carried 
through the war by Amer Ambulance 
Corps, Jl 12. 8:8: tun Jose Florid of 
Madrid Armory Identifies ancient 
armor, Ag 3. 14:1; special article on 
new acqurflltlons. Ag 3, VII, 12:1: en- 
trance porch to Bristol House placed 
on exhfb. Ag 4, 11:1; loan exhlb of 
tapestries and laces, Ag 4, 14:8: A. 
Lansing arrives with jewels and robes 
of Pedu BOBt excavated In Egypt, Ag 
14, 8:7; Summer exhlb of laces, and 
Amer sliver collection of A. T. Clear- 
water, Ag 24, III, 4:4; loan exhlb of 
tapestries. Ag 31, VII, 12:1; Ir from 
Pres De Forest to Eld of E:Blimat« 



isking tor appropriation, S 
French Govt arranging exi ■■ 
of modern French arustE, 



bib of -n 
~ IB. 1, 



Sunday story hours 

be revived, S 28, III, 5:1; inieresc 
shown by service men told of In Sept. 
report, S 2S, 12 8 

Minneapolis Inst of Arts— Changes In Jap- 
anese Gallerr, Jl 8, III, 4:2 

San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts opens 
a Comparative Eixhlbltlon Room, a 7, 



... , .,/ M. Friedsam, 8 

IB, 28:1; Sp art. S 28. VU. 12:1 
Homer, WlnBlow. Coast In Winter, S 28, 

10:3; comment, S 28, HI, 6:1 
Reynolds's Mrs. SIddons aa the Trade 

Muse sold at Christie's, Jl 0, 17:4 
Vermeer painting bought by H. C Frick 

from Simon collection In Berlin, 8 14, 



Bologna Picture Gallery. Ag 2L , _ ._ 
Wyant painting stolen from Brooklyn art 

gallery. Ag 29, 11 :4 
V. S. Army SohiwlB— G. S. Hellman tells 
of Instruction given al>road after a' 
of armistice: Ulust ' 



VH, 
War 1 



uBtratloDs, a 



,War~H«- 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JulySepU, 19J9. 



ARTHITI Am (PriBM)— Amer uoent. 8 II, ASBACI^S:— 



ABTHUR, JiiU»— Views on actors' strike. S 
21, III. fl:l 

ABTI8T8~Sp art by C. J. Rosebault on ar- 
tist whom he found car vine a ham In a 
Vienna cafe. S 28, 5:1 

AKVASA (88) — Founders after 2 esploalona 



In hold, S 20, 8:7 
ASBUBX rsrk, N. J.- 



iBby parade. Ac 2 



ASUrOBD, Dalajr, see BookB^Re views 

ABBBVILLE Power * Llctit Co— Ff dlvd, 
S II. 29:3 

ASHUBST, (II. 8. Ben) Heiur FaBntalii— 
tells o[ war record o( Democratic Party 
at 4th ot July celebration at Tammany 
Hall, Jl e, 6:3; attacks oil leasing bill as 
in interest of Standard Oil Co As 24, 8:3; 
■ays. in message to Fres Wilson, that he 
opposes all reservations and amendments 
to peace treaty, reply from Prea Wilson, 
8 26. 1:2 

ASIA— T. F. Millard charees secret asree- 
mant between Japan, Gt Britain, and 
France for rcEional understanding; 



; de- 



nial by Japanese charge d'affaireH 
Washington. J! 27, 2:5; article from ■="■ 
Eaatern Review, Jl IT, III. 4:2; Bi 
Makino aays statement by MUlard la v 
■ ■ n 31. 3:7; Millard i 



alng t. — .. o" 

that Japan's secret agreements with Qt 
Britain, France, and Italy for dispOBitlon 
of captured German territory and rights 
In China and in Pacific were concealed 
from U. S. until war had ended and Peace 
Conference started, A.s 12. 1:8; ed, Ag 13, 
10:1; French Liegation at Tientsin denies 
secret agreement has been entered into by 
Gt Britain, Japan, and France preJudlciaJ 

-'t« interest of China. S 3. 12:8 

ASIA MlBsi^lI Greeks and 2 Jews killed 
near Sokla. Ji d, fl:6; Supreme Council of 
Peace Conference decides that (Jen Allanby 
of British Army should take entire charge 
of occupation .^d supervise allied troops, 
Jl IB. 3 :3 ; Turkish troops advance upon 
. — from 3 sides; C. A. Helden dia- 



_.. _. _. command all 

allied troops In Western district, Ag 9, 
B:8; Allies' policy protested by IntematI 
SoolBllBt Conference at Lucerne, Ag U. 8:2: 
MaJ Gen Harbord finds chaotic state, l>andB 
of Turkish nationalists are trying to oust 
Greeks. 8 14. 2:8; Allenby and d'Bsperey 
confer on military occupation of Medi- 
terranean littoral, S Ifl. 19 :T 
See also American Com for Relief in the 
Near fi!ast; Armenia; European War- 
Peace Conference— Asia Minor; Greeks in 
Asia Minor; Smyrna; Syria; Turkey 

ABKWITK (I.urd) fleorcr Kankra— filtncks 
Lloyd George's industrial and general do- 
mestic policy In Ir to The London Times. 
Jl 31, 14:1 

ABMANOFF. (Col)— arrested by Bulgarian 
Govt; chaiged with complicity in alleged 
crimes in Macedonia, Jl 23, 2:4 

A8PBXXTATINO Oas, Bee GaMS, Asphyxi- 
ating and Poisonous 

ASPHYXIATION. Sh Accidents 

ABPILI,AaA, Ramon, See Peru— Revolution- 

AHOCITH. Hprbrrl Hrnry— visits MaJ Gen 



te 



.. ... Warshurd. who commits suicide. Jl 

7. 14:8 
Berkeley, Cal.— Hildebrand (Prof) J. H.. 

and Prof. E. O'Neill shot by R. Spraene, 

Ag 5, 17:2 
Hoboken. N. J.^ihaw. Robert, kUled. and 

G. Lewis and D. Lahey wounded in Btm 

fight Ag I. 14:2 
Newark, V. Y.— Lorettl, Ignada, aikd F.. 

Fortel killed and B. Lonardl dytns >r 

result of figtit, Jl 14, 10:3 
New York Cl»t— 

Anderson, Hilda, attacked In Proapect 
Park. Brooklyn. Jl 27. 7:« 

Blanchfleld. J. A-. and E. H. Piper ar- 
raigned on charge of aasaultlnc I^ 
Berkeley, S 12, 16:8 

Bodenhelm (I>r.). H.. and H. Lewlne ar- 
rested charged with beating a 'witness 
of auto crash. S 1. 7:4 

Burke, John and Thomas, arreated after 
fight with Policeman Hackett. JI & 
9:6 

Carraiia, Joaepb, stabbed, S S, 8:S 

Cobllti. S.. stabbed to death; W. Schnei- 
der arrested, 8 29, 8:0, 14:3 

Crawford. (Policeman) T., held in tl.OOO 
ball for clubbing negro, Ji 28, 6:3 

Curclo, Vincent and Leonard, shot In 
fight, Jl 17, 14:2 

Dunaway, F. E., sues 'V?aldort-A<toria 
Hotel Co. for 110,000, 8 S, 20:2 

Gould, A. J., kills 1 and wounds 4, Ag 
3. ^3 

Orazino, James, and I.. Valentl kUled In 
feud fight In Brooklyn; R. and J. 
Magnefecco arrested. S 29. 3:11 

Hargrave. Price, negro, shot by policeman 
while resisting arrest, Jl G. 22 :2 

Herman (Mrs) Margaret, thrown out ot 
automobile, S 2, 4 :5 

Horn (Police Corporal) J. L., held In 
(2,000 ball on charge ot aasaulting 
Helen Dllle, Ag S, 2l:2 

Hull. G. C beaten in his oftlc« with 



Koehler, A. W., arrested, accused of 

throwing H. Patton out Ot window, 

3 22, S:2 
Kretsch, Cornelius, shoota at wife; Is 

shot at police station as b» triad to 

kill policeman, S 9. 4:2 
Krvneti, Paul, arrested following flsht 

with T. Schapter. Jl 8, 3:3 
Lefkowitz, Charles, rescued from crowd 

after girl accuses him. 8 20. 34:8 
Long. Daniel, shot and stabbed. Ag 39. 



Prlnke, George, shoots Mr. and Mrs. W. 

Guthrie, Jl 14, 2:1 
Terdlman. M., firefl at man, hits boy. A« 



ASSAY < 



. iUBSia, Jl 27 

tics. Ag 24. 8:3 
ASSASSINATIONS, see Korea: Leguto, A. 



„, lee D. B.^Assay Office 

ASSEMBLY, see N. Y. S.— EnecUons. 

ASSESSMENTS, aee N Y C— Taxes; N. T. 
S.-Taies: tajtatlon 

ASSOCIATED AdTrrtlaInK CInbs of the 
Wortd-^Annual convention in New Orleans, 
fi 23. 19:7: S 24. 3:3; cd. Trade with Latin 
iddressea made by Repr Clark 

,.. -Meet- 

...„ ... _.;veland; officers elected; Plumb 
plan of R H operation and Govt control of 
industries opposed, S 21, 19:2 
.ASSOCIATED nreis Ind1i>tri» 
Arrange meetings between ga 



r profits, as raw materials have in- 



JvfySepU, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



ASSOCIATED Dm* IndnilHpi at AmeF 
tcontlnued)— 

creased Jl 20, II, T:H; mfrs plan unlfiinn 
order blank to lessen trade abuses, Jl 2T. 
II. 7:4: data on conditions mil be collected 
and compiled for buyers, from questlon- 
nalKs, Ag 10, II, 7:8: will welcome Govt 
iDvestiBatlon : mfrs claim they are not 
profiteering, Ac 17. II. 7:4; platiB for wel- 
fare win bo brought before convention, Ab 
24. II. 7:S: will establish fashion library, 
Ag 31. II. 7:4; will Inaugurate credit bur 
to abollah trade abuses, S 14. II, 9:8; Pres 
Wilson to appoint repr o( needle Industries 
to attend Industrial Conference, S 21, 14:2; 
co-operative plans. S 21. II. 11:S; studies 
report of silk production, S 28, II. 7;e 

ABBOCIATED Dry Ooods Corp— PC divd. Jl 
21, 17:8 

ASSOCIATED Indnatiln of Mbbs— Exec- 
utive Com adopts resolutions oroosing 
Plumb plan of Govt ownership of R R's, 
Ag 8. 2:fl 

ASSOCIATED OU Ci^-Senit -annual report, 
Ag fl, 18:3 

ASSOCIATION for AdTBucrmcnt at Colored 
People, ■(« National Assoc for Advance- 
ment of Colored People 

ASSOCIATION or Amer Dalrjr. Pood and 
Drug OHIcUln— Convention, S », 7 :1 ; S 10, 
19:4; S 11, 10:2 

ASSOCIATION of Dealers In Masons' BldK 
Materi*U. i«e Building Materials 

ASSOCIATION St Disabled Soldiers, Sailors 
aad Marlnei^AltackB U. S. Vocational 
Education Bd, Ag 7. 7;1; J. J. Rldgway 
aays crippled soldiers are disheartened by 
delays: lobs found by Vocational Educa- 
tion Bd for only 11 men since June 1. Ag 
24. IV, 1:1: ed, S J. 6:8 

ASSOCIATION of FsrelsB Exchange Bank- 
ers—Special committee meets to discuss 
foreign exchange market. Ag 7. 21:2 

ASSOCIATION of Forelga Pm> Comn 



iption In honor o 



ASSOCIATION ofRy Eiventlves— Special com 
appointed to study etiulpmcnt needs of rya 
proposes creaUon of Natl Equipment Corp: 
outline of plan as presented to R R Ad- 
ministration. Jl 2, 21:2; Maj M. S. Watson 
appointed special asat to T. D. Cuyler, Jl 



__, I3:fl 



28:1. ,.. 

Admlnistra 



md Foreign Comm. 



.. 3 and specit- 

>.„ jich drafted plan for NbU 

Equipment Corp. Ag 22, 1S:2: conference 
of special com with bankers and Federal 
officials: law com named to Investigate 
legral aspects of proposals to create natl 
corporation. Ag 24. II, 3:3; personnel of 
._. ,_^ -named to study legal side of 



pff 



for f 



Ecial 



ASSOCIATION OppOMd M Natl PnUMUoB 

(conlinued)- 

total abolition of all tobacco within 5 years. 

Ag 3, 5:1; says prohibition has raised hotel 

Virginia elections,' Ag 25, 1*:2; sends ques- 
tionnaire to all candidates for N Y As- 
sembly ; S 8, 15 :7 

ABTOR, Henrr — heirs at law receivv accu- 
ihulsted rent money, Ag 1, 15:2 

ASTOR. <Capt) JokB Jacob— sells to City in- 
vesting Co Exchange Court Bldg. 8 8. 21:2 

ASTOR. Vincent— sailor accused of tbeft of 
*l,000 while on submarine voyage. Jl 0. 

Abbott exonerated of charges 

with theft of p -' '-'- 



Ion with theft of purse, S 5, 4:4: 
Noma, to R. Wanamaker. S 28. 



sells 

ASTOR. Mrs. VI ncrnt— elected Governor of 

Newport Casino. Ag 24. 22:1 
— Dt) WUUaia WaldoF(-coe> 



into 



or 



SrIghton, England. J 



25, 3:7: transfera all 



Irlghton, ]_..„ 

r his N T C real estate to Fanners Loan 
et Trust Co in trust for his sons. Waldorf 
Astor and Capt John Jacob Astor. Ag 16, 
10:1: saved little through transfer of realty 
to sons; taxes stand as before, Ag 17, II. 

ASTORIA Ferry, see N T C— Docks and Fer- 



ATHLETICS, see AccldentA— Sports and ii 

der Sports 
ATKINS. Galas Oleno— article On Why Is a 

NaUon? Jl B, III. 7:1 
ATKINSON, (U Comdr) Frank J.— sentenced 

tor A W^ O L and drunkenness, Ag 10, II, 

ATKINSON. T. C— Invited to attend indus- 
trial conference at Washington. S 24, 3:2 

ATKiasON. (Col> E. J.— brief outline of ca- 
reer. S 7, 21 :2 

ATI^NTIC Cinema Corp. — Plans to send 
1.000 Amer film productions to Europe, Jl 
S. 1B:3 

ATI<ANTIC City, N. J.— Sp art tiy B. de Cas- 
seres. Jl 20. Vll. 2:1; plans for new »12,- 
nOO.OOO beach hotel, B 21. II, 10:7; plans 
for improvements, S 30, 10:3 
Sre alio Aeronautics— IT. S.— Passenger 
Service; Prohibition— Wartime : Vlckers, 
L,ld 

ATLANTIC Onl( A West Indies line*— C. R. 
Page elected treasurer. Jl 26, 20:4: report 
for 1818. Jl 20. 24:2 

ATLANTIC Lobos on Co.— Formed by mer- 
ger of Port Lobos Petroleum Corp. and At- 
lanltc Oil Co. : plans and officials. S 24, 23 :S 

ATLANTIC Natl Baak— Statements, Jl S, 
23:3: S. 18, 24:6: quarterly dlvd, S 17, 25:3 

ATIJ\NTIC OU Co., see Atlantic Lobos Oil 



cuiii members to discuss recent ry legis- 
lative proposals. S 4. 10:3: R R legislative 
proposals discussed at meeUnff. S 9. 23:3: 
protest against Cummins R R bill in 
Chairman Cuyler's Ir to Sec Interstate 
Commerce Com. 9 11, 17:6 
ASSOCIATION Opposed to Natl Prohibition- 
quotes churchmen opposed (o natl prohibi- 
tion laws, Jl 13, II, 1:2; retains J. W. 
Bailey as counsel In fight against prohibi- 
tion constitutional amendment, announces 
Intention to oppose for re-election every 
SUte legislator who voted to ratify 
amendment, Jl 17. 17:7; alleges that Wom- 
en's Christian Temperance Union plans 



Ing ' 

jcd. Ag 7. 19:5 

See also Mexico— Bandits, Jl 19, 22 

ATLANTIC Voyage*. ■•• Transatlsintlc 
Crossings 

ATLAS Frtroleam Corp.- Formed by A. I. du 
Pont and others, has- begun operations. Jl 
8, II. 4 :5 

ATLAS PowdFr Co.— Pf divd. Jl M, 1»:7; 
com divd Ag 20. 22:3 

ATOMIC Energy, see Energy 

ATROCITIES, see European War— Atroci- 
ties: Greeks in Asia Minor; Russia— Bol- 



31. 6:1; compares R R methods In U. S. 
h others, says French will adopt many 
er. features. Ag 31. II, 4:2 
_ jneral, see O. S Justice 

ATTURNKVn Orneral, see National Assoc 

of Attys General 
ATWATEB, Hartoft-^oimd snUtr ot RTMld 

larceny, 3 25. 17 :7 



,, Google 



THE NEW TORK TIMES INDEX. JidySepU, 1019. 



AVWXIX, (Dr) 

U:4 

AVBIBM Priiimi, ■«> Prisons— N. T. S. 
AI'CHIMCI.OHS. OoTdon, mfc League ot Na- 
tions—Monroe Doctrine, S 13 
AUDUBON Cotnmunltr Council— Selte food 

from f&nner direct to consumer with biff 

■avfnK; plan for est&bllnhment of retail 

co-operB.tlve store. Ax 24, 4:3 
ADERBACH. A. J.. »e Sports-Boxing— 

Dempsey. Jadi, J1 T 
ArERBACH, Alfpni and lrvln«— enlJat In 

army; meet at enralUns station, Jl 9, 0:3 
AT-OKR. (I>r) HENRV— death. Ae 10. 2.1:2 
AUGUBTA Vtetorin, former Bmpress ot G«i^ 

many— attack of heart trouble, Jl IT, 3:3; 

tias recovered, Jl 21, 2:2 
ACLT, ChsrlfK H.— Ir sent him by Lord Sy- 

denhiun a yr ago on the Irlah situation. 

Ir, Jl 13, III. lie 
AUHTIN, GrattK B., see DllUnBham. R. 
AUSTIN, <8lr) Hrrbert— tells ot tears of 

British motor trade ot Amer Imports, B 

28, DC, 5:1 
AVSTIN, Nleholii A Co— Buys Rrocery pack- 

InK bUBlnesa □( WUaon A Co., and otliar 

large canning and packing Interests; 

itatement by H. Balfe, Jl 21, 10:2; Balfe 

denies rumors ot further additions. Jl 23, 

21:3; atock ottered, Ag T, 21:4 
AUSTKALIAi— 

Army — Lt Gen Monash fiaye unlverflnl mili- 
tary trairlnK aystem will be adhered In. 
Ag 1. 2:1: work done for Anzacs In N T 
C by Australian Soldiers' Reception Com, 
S 11, 11. 2:4 
Bee mlHo Governor, below 

Commerce— Restrlc Hon removed on exporta 
of hides and leather. Jl 1». II, 7:3: annual 
report ot foreign trade, S 38, II, 7:n 

Employment Insurance, see Insurance — 
Employment 

FlBures on beef^ exports ^mpjled_ h 



AUTOHOBII.es (continued):^ 

DilTue-N T C Bd Of Aldsnuoa reAuM 
to pasa resolution reqvlrlnK all driven 
to carry traffic warning cda, Jl 2. 16:3: 
Sec Hugo tries cases ot alleged rnrklnas 
n«BS under new law, Jl 20, Ct, 1 :S 

SnglMid— Conditions : labor demsoda re- 
strict progress In Industry, Jl 13, IT. 8 J: 
CubltU En^neering Co plans low-priced 
car, Jl J3, rv. e:6:^ritl^ fear A " -- 



VII, 



AgriculturRl Dept, In sp art, jl : 
11:2 



Governor— Returned Soldiers' Assoc pasaea 
resoluHons liedarlng thnt oftlce of Stnte 
Gov should be abollahed and that Gov 
General should be an Australian, As 11, 
3:fi 

Itnndgratlon— Amendment Introduced pro- 



viding that 



of for 



entage be barred for n yenrs, Ag 18, 24:2 
Naval proRram na planned by Admiral Jel- 

llcoe, S 12. 2,1:2 
Shipping, see Shipptns- Strikes— Auntralla 
AUBTBALIAN Boldiei*' Beetvttoa 0«n. SM 

Austral la— Arm y 
ArsTRIA-HunitaP)-:- 
Conference of former States suggested by 



quentlons i 



In order 



arrive 



understanding. 



European Wfar. see Ruropean War 
League of Nations, tee League of Nations— 

German Austria 
Peace Treaty, >ee European 'Wm'— Peace 

Treaty with Austria 
Refugees— UO. 000 ordered to leave, S 14, 
]:4; 130,000 Jews, mostly Qallclaji, or- 
dered expelled from Austria, 8 17, 10:S 
Bee ■!» German Austria 
AUBTBIAM CsmpoacTs, see Uuslc 
AUTHORS — Ed, Author, publisher. and 
critic, Jl 27. VIII, 384:1; ed on child humor 
shown In "The Young Vldlters" by Dalsv 
Aahtord, Ag 3. VIII. 382:1; ed. Too much 
genius. S 21. in, 1:S 
Befl also Books— Review* 
ArTOORAFH Bslei, Me Books-Sales 
AUTOMATIC Train Btop, see Railroads— 

Automatic Train Stop 
ACTOHOBILE BIechaal»-^utomotlve Ser- 
vice Assoc organlied to Improve ettlcencr, 
Ag 17, rv. 9:8 
AUTOMOBILEB:— 

Brakes — Care discussed by H. 
S 14, rv. 12:4 



a shipment* from U. 8., A« 3. 

7:4; Ag 10, U. 7:8: Sir Auckland Oeddea 
refuses home protection on commercial 
motors and tractors. S S4, 10:S: Sir Her- 
bert Austin fears effect of heavy huporta, 
5 28. IX. S:l 

B U. 8.- Army— Automo- 



Buenavlsta. J. A., de, char 

to observe regulations d 

IB, 23:4 
Giordano, A., gets Jail sentenee as seoond 

offender, S 23. 24:2 
Oreenberg. D.. takes appeal from JaU aen- 

tence, Jl 5, 7:4 
Kabat. (Mrs) Helen H., and chauffeur. P. 

M. Hamey. fined, Ag 23, 18:2 
League for Motorists' Protection appears 

against driver who ran down boy, Ag 

UcKe'lvje' (Cent) A., military attacba to 
Coiuiul Topakyan, get* auBpended aea- 
j^ Ag 26. 28:2 



Valentine, W. H.. gets ] 
Hpeeding. 8 23, 24:3 

Norton. Pearl H.. fined as second of- 
fender, Ag 23. 18 :2 

Travis. (Controller) E. M., fined, Ac S, 



France, lea U. S.— Army^Automoblles and 

Motor Truck* 

Foel— Joint Com appointed by petroleum 
and automobile Industries to get data on 
fuel oil, Ag IS, 20:0: problem studied at 
conference of petroleum and automotive 
industries. Ag 31, IV, 8:1 
Bee alio Gasoline 

Garares, lee Real Estate— N T C— Zoning 

Ignition Sralcm- Article by W. H. Stewart, 

Jr.. Jl 20, I, 8:3 
I»dla^Ainer_ lars predominate tn Calcutta. 

i*w Prioed Oar— Cufaltts Bngbteerlns Co 

plans one. Jl 13, IV, ft:5 
Xotoi— art by C. Brokaw on oveilieated 

motor, Jl 27, IV, 8:1 

Motor Track ■— J. Martin explains novel 
plan of store door delivery with sone 
rates to reduce existing expense aitd 
waste ot trucking. Jl 13, IV, 8:1: N. T. S, 
Reconstruction Comtn recommends en- 
eouragcment of motor delivery of food, 
Jl 20, II, 1 ;4 ; trnller use Is growing, Jl 27, 
IV, 8:."!: 47 Genrinn trucks will be brought 
to U. S, by IJeut Col A. J. Slade tor pur- 
poae of aludy, Ag 10, IV, 10:5: N. T. 
Highway Comr Greene, in Ir to Col Sher- 
ril. urges uniform laws, S 21, IV, 12:1 
See aiKo Metropolitan Dealer*' Motor 
Truck Exchange; U. S.— Army— Auto- 
mobiles and Motor Trucks, and Motor 
Transport Corps 

New York Stat ii— Number of cars regis- 
tered, Jl 14. 1S;4: speed ordinances pub- 



tion figures up t< 



JyOySepL, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



ACTOHODII^B (continued) :— 
rawujrlfkBl*— Col Cornell points out atrin- 
tnat aafesuarda In new law, Ag IS, 10:2 



France— Grand Prix may be revived next 

year, Ae 36. 0:4 
Uncoln. Neb.— ZS-mlle sweepstakea won 

by HauKdahl, S 2, 13 :G 
MidiQetown. N T— J. Benedict breaiia 

balf-mlle record, Ag 17, IG:3 
Records— O. Chevrolet breaks world's 

record for 100 miles. ." " '" ' 



Sheepshead Bay Speed way-^Drl vera 

up for Independence Day Derby. J 
1. 11:2: entries, JI 2, 14;4: Jl 3, lOiB 
Jl 4. T :0 : R. Howard injured an< 
mechanic E. Gambell killed w"-"- -— ' 
ine racer, Ji * K-7- n 

breaks world' 

Jl 8, 13:1; entries, S 20. 13:4: Chev- 
rolet wins ISO-mlie championship of 
Amer, S SI, IX, 2:3 

Tacoma Speedway— I* Chevrolet wins 2 
races, Jl S, 13 :2 

Uulontown, Penn.— Will hold mldnnn- 
mer championships on July IB, Jl 
4, 7:6; D. HIckey enters special race, 
Jl 12, 10 :C: T. Milton wins Independ- 
ence Derby. Jl 20, 20:2; t2S,0ao of- 
fered for 22a-mtle race, Jl 20. 1S:7; 
225-mlle race won by J. Boyer. 8 2. 
12:4 
Hasearcb— MIchlKAn Unlv will open an 

automoUve laboratory, Jl 27, IV, 5:9 
K*iit«B and Toar*:— 

Boar Mt, Ag 17, IV, 9:2 

CaldWeU, N J, from N T C, As 17. IV. 
8:3 

Catskllls. Jl 13, rV. 10:4 

Connecticut VfMey, Jl 20. IV, 10:1 

Delaware Water Gap, Ag 10, IV. 10:1 

Maine, Ap S. IV, 11 :1 

Hartln, u, tells of touring and camplnK. 
Jl !!0, tV 8:1 
Shews I— 

Salon will be held at Hotel Blltmore Nov 
16, As 17. IV, S:4 
Slcaal Deriec*— Sale In Oal, Ae 17, IV. 0:1 
flpeedlBK, see Fines and Arrests. aboTe 
BtDdy, see College of the City of N T 
Thefts :— 

Bonks. H.. arrested; B "mlssInK" cars 
found In his shop, Ag 13. 11 :G; sen- 
tenced, S SO. 6:4 

Bayonne authorities direct police to ox- 
amine all autolsts leaving town, Ag 
1, 12:1 

Capoul, A., convicted Jl 10, 30:1 

German Bmperor's car stolen at Btraa- 
bourg by man named Lanvlo. Jl 4, 
S:« 

Koen (Ueut> J. J.. c*r ml—lng att«r 
accident, S 14. 14 :3 

Laws in N. J. and Petin., Jl 27, IV. 8:1 

Leary. B., P. O'Orady and W^. Bennett 
held for theft of L. Hetiger'a car, 8 
16. 10:3 

Uurphy. J., arrested charged with hav- 
ing M. Blumberg'a car In his posoea- 
don. S 18. 6:2 

Oliver. F.. See of Magistrates' Courts, 
■ays more than 300 cara are atolen 
every month In N T C; suggests plan 
to decreaae losses, Ag 3, 14:1 

Police Inspector Henry's car found 1 n 
repair shop, Jl .26, S:S 

Prevention— F. Oliver. Chief Clerk of N 
T C MaglBtrales' Court, proposes cen- 
tral bur of Information to help check 
thefts, Ag 3, 14:1; Ag 10, 17:1: Repr 
McKlnlry will present bll! creating 
within I>ept of Justices Rur o( License 
Reglatratlon. Ae 12. 7:2; orovlslons of 
M(3cinlry bill. Ag 24. IV, 10:1 

Shapiro, 8., arrested while driving stolen 
ear, Ag 2S. 4:S 

Smith. George, and T. Hodge held In 
ball: accused of stealing Mrs. 8. 
UppTB'a car. 8 IS. 16:4 



AUTOMOBII.BS:— Thefts (continued):— 
Stamford— tl. Starr and R. Chlnn arrc«t- 

ed, SB. 18:2 
Thornton, G., sentenced, Ag 12, 4:4 
Tin Chains— Article by W. H. Stewart, 
Jr, 8 7. rV, 8:1 



tton In Mexico. Jl 13. tV, 8:4; Huiigiulaaa 
get material smuggled from Fninee and 
Italy. Jl IS, 4:3: French cuatoma ratea 
have new eurtaxes, Jl 20. II, 7:4 
V. S. Army, see U. S.— Army— AutomobHaa 
and Motor Trucka; U :i.— Anny~-Motar 
Transport Corps 
Water ramp — Care discussed by W. H, 

Stewart, Jr., S 21, IV. 14:1 
Bee also L«ague of Motorists' Protection 
AIJTOHOTIVK Berrlce A Bwtelatlaii— Organ- 
ised to Improve efficiency of automobile 
mechanics, Ag 17. IV, 0:3 
AI7TOBAI.EB Corp-Pf dlvd, Af 77, 21:4 
AVERILt,, John C— death. Ag 14. B:3 
AVERY, Samoal V.-gift of Chinese cloi- 
sonne enamels to Brooklyn Museum, 8 38, 
VII. 12:4 
AVIATION, tee Aeronautics 
AVIATION Fields, see V. S.— Aviation Ser- 
vice-Fields 
AVIATUKS. see Aeronautics: European War 
—Aerial Operations, and heading Aviation 



Service under n 



European Wap- 



e of 

__,- ^.-—Litlcs — Amer Aviatoi-, 

A VRAM. Hall n.— discusses commerclBl 
aviation. Ag 3. IV. 10:1 

AXTON. (MaJ) Joha T.— will receive D S M, 
Jl 2. 24:3 

AYI.INa, Hetbert— death. S 2, 17:2 

AYKIE8, (Col) I«anard P.— Condensation of 
facts In his book on U. S. achievements In 
war, Ag3, IV. 8:1 

B F W Rnaltr Co, see Rents— N T C— Evic- 
tions. S 6 

B-U, see Aeronautics— Dirigibles 

BABBITT (MaJ) Jamrs A.— tells of work 
done by Red Cross for Russian prisoners In 
Germany, JI IB. 9;S 

BABCOCK. Sidney H.^lr on L,eague of Na- 
tions, Jl 25, 10:1! 

BABIEB— Dr. L,. K. Shaw speaks at confer- 
ence of women physicians on health build- 
ing for the child, 6 24. 12:3 
Bee also U. S.— Children's Bureau War 
OrphaJiB 

BAB80N. Roger W.— testifies before Natl 
Electric Rya Comm. blames automobiles for 
traffic loss. Ag 12, 28:2: predicta 10-cent 
tare on trolleys soon. Ag 13. 21:2: Ag 19. 
10:2 

BABT ContestB— Army and Navy Prlie Baby 
Contest held on board the liOulsvlUe. Jl 8, 
27:4 

BACCHV8, (Bev Dr) John G.^^eath Mid 
career, Ag 3. 22 :S 

BACH, Charlee— death. JI 24, 9:2 

BACH (Col) ChrisUaa A.— career: sp art, 
Jl 27. VII. 2:1 

BAGHABAOH, (tl. 8. Bepr) Isaae—blll to 
levy high duty on chemical glaaaware paa>- 
orl by House, Ag S. 8:2 

;hb, is. fl.) A Cn — Obtain Injunction 
.-..alnat threatened removal from present 
offices. Ag 14. 8:7 

BAt'HB, Mrn Jnles B.—reccIvea medal from 
Bclglana for work done for War BaUea' 
Cradle. Jl 18. 7:3 

BACON, Edward R.— estate. Jl 18. 27:2 

BACON. Norman H.— descHbcs fur business 
In European lands. Ag 26, 20:3 

BACTERIA— Carry Iron ore. cxperlmenta of 
E. C. Harder. S 21. II, 12:2 

BADBN AnUlne and Sada Weriis— InoreaMa 
capital for world trade campaign In Ger- 
man dyeatuffs. Ag 6. 21:3 

BADOT.ET, Frank C— sues for diva 
" 16:2 

BAECHIA. Olusepne— dptslned by t 
t!on authorities, S 13. 6:2 

BAEKEl.ANn. L. H.— Ir on frontier claims 
of Belgium against Holland. 8 28, III, 2:7 
BAKB. Blmon— death, Jl 21. 11:2 



). SSO, 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. Jviy^ept.. 1919. 



reprieve. As 26. 24:3i Cardlnale fremi uid 
wUl be i>ald for time detained here. Ate 20, 

BAOBT, Albert MoraU, H« De Lamar, J. R. 

BAODAD— Coiuul O. S. Helier calls atten- 
tion to Importance as distributing centre, 
Jl 13, II. 7:4 

BAOl^r. Jfuiu J.— accused by J. P. Hol- 
land at openly advocatlnK sabotaEe of 
printlnB preHMB and overlhrowlnB U. a. 
Govt. Jl IS. 1B:2; assails HolUnd, Jl 20, 
II, 1:1; presides at iweBsmen'B muetlnK; 
cautions men aKalnat hasty action, 8 aS, 
4:2 

BAQI,BT, (Set) Joaepli. see Ptacek. L. 

BAHIA Blaaea, i.B 8> see ArKentinn— Eng- 
land, relations with 

BA1I,BT, AdolphDi O.— estate, S 12. 13.B 

BAILET (Col) Xdward S, •» Ansell (L.t Col) 
S. T. 

BAIIiEY, Frank— warns of importance of 
IncreasInK amount of Insurance on prop- 
erty, Jl 13, IX, M:3 

BAILEY. <8^> Frederick F., see U. 8.— ^^ar 
I>^t— InvestlEatlon of Expenditures, Jl 31 

BAttiBT, John, see Stowaways, As 21 

BAILBT. JoMpb Weld DD— retained as coun- 
— ■ ■— ■ — c Opposed to Natl Prohibition 



_. . . ecutlon of suit to test validity of 

constitutional amendment. Jl 27, B:2: will 

head new Amer Party. Ag JS, 8:.1 
BAII,KX, (Mn) Mary— death. Ag 10, 23:2 
BAILBY, (Dt) Pearee— article on lesson of 

war In mental and nervous diseases. S 14. 

IV, B:l; ed, S 21. III. 1:6 
BAINTEB, Fay— views on actors' strike, S 

SI. in, 0:1 
BAIBD, Chester A.— death. Jl 27, 22:0 
BAKBB, <HbJ> Frank B.— Is candidate for 

County Bd of Freeholders of West Essex, 

N J, Jl 25. 14:1 
BAKEB, Hamcr-^lcks probable winners In 

A A U senior championships. S T, IX, 3:1 
BAKKR, (Carparal) Katherlne— death and 

career, 8 24. 17:6 
BAKBB, <8ee> Newton Dlahl;— 

Addresaea— Speaks at dinner to Gen Persh- 
InK in N T, 8 11, 3:2: speaks on League 



Com 



BAKER, (Bee) NewtOB DIehl (continued):— 

Arsenals— Turns over control of Roidc Is- 
land Arsenal to workers. S 1. 7:1: advo- 
cates o( Plumb R R plan say test proves 
plan, B 2, 3:1; denies Plumb plan test: 
says War Dept has not turned over man- 
asement to workers, S 3. 2:4 

Camp Bites, sm Expenditures of VTar 
Dept, below 

Chemists— Tribute for part In war, S 4. 
6:1 

ConaclentlouB Objectors— Lr from Amneaty 
Com of Chlcaso ursinE their release and 
reply, Jl 2, 12:7: ed. Jl 3. 12,5 

Courts-Martial— Refuses Ueut Col Ansell's 
recommendation that all cases be re- 
viewed; certain prlaonera will be re- 
examined, Jl e, 6:8; new article of war 
and about 30 modifications sugeested 
by special board of officers named by 
him: report soes to Congress. Jl 31. 4:2; 
commends (^n O'Ryan for his work In 
connection with Courts-MHrllal Bd. Ag 
16. 28:4: approves War Dept report. Ag 
26. 1:7; charged by Ansell with estatf- 
llshlng propaganda bur to discredit 
critics of system, Ag 27, 8:2; la charged 
by Ansell with fostering unfair Investi- 
gations, Ag 30. a:7 

Cruelty to Soldiers— Denies charges of 
Repr McCullock that troops sent to Dal- 
matian coast were mistreated by officers, 
Ag 27, 8:3 

Czechoslovak Armies— Questioned by House 
sub-com In regard to funds supplied for 
transportation and other expenses, Jl 10, 
4:3 

Davison, H. P.— Presents Daviaon with D 
S M and eulogises him for war worli. As 
28. 8:4 

Debarkation Ports— Mayor Peters com- 
plains of diversion of troops from Boston 
to N T, Jl 17, 7:3 

DemoUUzatlon— Announces that It will be 
completed by end of Oct, Ag 13, 1:4; 
praises speed and compares figures 'with 
those of Spanish and Civil warn. Ag 21, 

Expenditures of W^ar Dept— Testlflea be- 
fore House sub-com. says camp sites irere 
placed In South solely on account of wea- 
ther conditions. Jl 12, 8:7; testifies be- 
fore House sub-oom on aviation costs, 
agrees to hold up sale of U. S. 3pruc« 
ropertles until spruce Inquiry Is a — 



ised by S 



1 program, Ag 



19. 8- 

Allen, B. F.. tribute to. S IS, 3:4 

Appropriation tor War Dept— Sends lr t< 
Speaker of the House asking for addi' 
tional appropriation for contingent ex- 
penses. Jl 30. 2:3 

Army of Occupation— Tells House Mllitf 
Com that force will be sr— "— "■ 
originally planned. Jl 30. 2:3 

Army Officers— Gets Military Com's as- 
sent to plan for 18.000 officers. Jl 27. II. 
2:1; advocates Increase In number. In 
testimony before House Military Co 
30, 2:3; condemns seniority promt 
as Illegal. Ag IS, 8:2 

Army Reorganization Bill— War Dept 

before Congress soon, Ag 3. 8:2; pre 
bin to Sen and House Military C 
provisions, Ag 6. 1 :4 : pushes compi: 
'— '-' — -' "— Com hearing and 



laller than 



I, Jl 



laid 



training 
000,000 
force. Ag II 



: analytical : 



Ism Is set up; 



plet 






I of former , 



House sub-oom make report charging hlra 
with keeping army food from public to 
aid canners. Jl 2G. 3:1; text of lr from 
Repr Flood to Chairman Oreham. uphold- 
ing his policy. Jl 2S, 4:1; House passes 
resolution directing him to sell aurploa 
army food to public; accused by Repr 
Reavls of playing Into hands of big tnial- 
ness Interests: defended by Democrats; 
minority report contains lr from him. Jl 
SO, 2 :2 T arranges for sale of army suppllea 
through Post Office Dept, Jl 31, 1:6: «»- 
proves plan submitted by Comr O'Halley 



assailed in lr from MaJ McTlvalne. 1 



keep below dealers rates; list of reduc- 
tions. Ag 14, 1:7 

Hajg, (Marshal Sir) D.— Comments on ■•- 
Bcrllon of Hnig at Newcastle that Britlata 
army won the war, Jl 10, 3 :2 

Impeachment hinted at In statement by 
Sen Chamberlain on Army reorganixatlon 
bin, S 14, 1:6; ed, 8 17, 12:2 

League of Nations— Tells Cleveland Cham- 
ber of Commerce It might have prevented 
war In 1B14. B 21. 3:4 

Leavenworth Prison— Signs order appoint- 
ing courts-martial for strikers, Jl 26, 4:1 

Marines— Praises 6th and 6th Regts, Ag 
14, 0:1; ed. Ag IS, 10:3 



JKlySifpt^ 1019. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



BAKKB. <Sh) NawtoB Dlehl (contltiued) :— 
Mexican Sltuntlan— Canfera with hSKd* of 
War Dept ovar holding- of Ueuta DavlB 
and Peterson, avlatora, by bandlta. Ag 
IS. 1;1: orders 8th U. S. cavalnr to cross 
border to pursue captors of Da.vla and 
Peterson. Ag TO. 3:4 
Military Training Bill— Protest B«alnst 
Chamberlaln-Kahn bill sent by Natl 
Ouani Assoc of V. S., Ag 6, 15:3: Kahn- 
Chamberlain bill advocated In Ir from 

See Btso Arm7 Reorsanisetlon Bill, •>»*■ 

Morale or Army— Asks communltleH where 

permanent stations are to tie quartered to 

aid In upholding morale, Ak 13, 1:4 

PershlnE. (Oen.> J. J.— Correspondence over 

data of return to the U. S., A< TO, 17:4; 

tells how he chose Pershing for com' 

Blander In chiaf of A B F. Ak 23, 6:0: 

welcome at arrival from Franca, 8 8, 

2:2: speech at dinner to Perahlng Id N 

T C. S 11. 3:2; visited by the Oen, 8 14, 

10:1 

Red Cross— Commends work of Bur of 

Communication. Je 6, II, 2:6 
Sale of Army Supplies to France— Satisfied 
with price paid for A E F property, Ac 
29, 0:1 
Sentries— Bxchanse of Ire with Pres Wil- 
son with regoro to war record of 2 par- 
doned in 1018, Ag 22. 11 :S 
Siberia— Says S.GOO troops will return betore 
Winter. Ag TO, 12 :T: tells Rouse Military 
Affairs Com that drafted men will be 
brought hom, Ag 30. 3 .2 ; tells Houw Mil- 
itary Affairs Com that Amer troops 
can't be withdrawn for military and hu- 
manitarian reasons and they are only 
guarding TranB-Slberian Hy; statement 
by Repr Fuller, B IS. 1B:7 
Silesia- Answers charges of Repr Wood 
about sending Amer troops, Ag 20, 10:8; 
tells House Military Affalra Com that no 
troops will be sent, Ag 30, 3:2 
Soldiers' Parades — Reviews Pershing pa- 
rade, S 11. i-A. 3:8 
Steel Strike— SIrt hers protest to him against 
speclat police wearing army uniforms, S 
28. 3:3 
Street Rys— Testifies before Natl Electric 
Rys C<mim, favors 5-cent fare, Ag 12, 
28-2; ed, Ag IB, 10:2 
Uniforms— Whites Col Woods to prevent 

misuse by ez-soldlerB. Ag 31, 7 :2 
War Pictures— Seeks legislation to sell du- 
plicates of negatives taken during war. 
Ag 14, 28:2 
Washington « Lee Unlv-Alds endowment 

fund campaign, S 8, 1S:2 
Woods, (Col) A.^Res[gns from work of aid- 
ing soldiers; Irs exchanged, S 21, 10:1 
BAKKB, Bay Stannanl—tells how Japan 
forced Peace Conference to grant Shantung, 
Ag 17. II. 1:8 
BAKERS— 3 members of Journeymen Bakers 
and Confectioners' Internal Union of Amer 
get jail sentences, following picketing dis- 
orders, Ag 28, 2 :5 
BAKKBS' BIrIke, >e« Lahor-England-Slrlke 

Mavements 
BAKHHRTEFF, BsTls— Witt soon return to 
the V. a., JI 2«, 3:4; returns to U. S. from 
Paris, Jl 20. 32 :4 : Interviewed on situation 
In Russia. Ag 1. 4:2 
DALBACH Smeltlnc ud KednlBg Ca of 
Newark — C. H. Sparrow, foreman, arrested, 
charged with thefl of (74,000 worth of gold, 
Jl TO, 7,6: Jl 22, 3:4; holds property of men 
charged with theft of gold, Jl 27, 23:8: 
tl>eft erf $100,000 worth of refined gold by 
C. H. Sparrow revealed In action attach- 
ing property of C F. Holle; latter accused 
of receiving stolen bars, Ag 5. 17:5 
BAIJtiirOBB, (MbJ) Ora H., leii Aeronau- 
tics— U. S.— Transcontinental Flights— All- 
Amer Pathfinders 
BALDWIN, F. Bpeneei, see N. T. S.— Insur- 

BALDWIN, F, W„ see AerotiauUcs-Hydro- 



4I.DWIM LMemslli 



Works— Accepts 10- 
year equipment notes to finance Polish or- 
der for f 7.000.000; statement by C. H. 
Muchnlc. Ag 2, 11:5; S. M, Vauclaln denies 
rumor that co Is to be recapitalised, S >E, 

BALDWIN, Towniend DDrne^^eath, 8 29, 

.J N. T. 8. 

S 26, 15:6 

»»...», u_.., «.. Austin, Nichols Ic Co - 
BALFOITR, Arthur James—Views on pndil- 
bltlon cited by W. H. Hirst Jl 16. 4:3: 
resigns from Peace Conference, returns to 
Irfindon. S 12, 6:5: may succeed VIw»unt 
Qrey as Amb to U. S., Earldom will be 
conferred upon him. S 20, 2:4 
BALKAN League— Initiative for formation 
of new League taken by Venlieloa, Jl 15. 
10:8 



FedeTBtloD— 1 

mended In resolution adopted I: 



.ALI.ANTINE, 



■ D») J 



ji ZS. 0:2 
BALLANTYNB, W. W., 

Stowaways 
BALLABD, <R*T Di) Aaien B.^Ulacl*es 

Justice Hendrlckson. Jl 25. 11 :S 
BALLOOM&T8' CenTOBtiOB, see aWer 

Aeronautics 
BALLOONS, see Aeronautics 
UALLOU. (Mr*> Nellie— death. S 20, 2». 13:2 
BALLOVOH, (Lt) Edwin B, see Aaron- 

nauUcs— Roof Ijandlngs 
BALTIC Federation— Is 

Reval, S 18, 17 ;7 






German troops) 
German troops i 






. dough 



Gen 



._ . . mgh (or more power to 

curb Germans. Jl 0, 17:4; Germans sign 
armistice with E^thonlans through media- 
tion of the Allies, Jl a, 3:5; Germans aeek 
to avoid compliance with Allied order to 
leave, Jl 28, 3:4; report of Marshal Foch 
demanding Immediate expulsion of Germans 
approved by Peace Conference. Jl 3L 2:7: 



, Ag 



0, 8:4: wiU 



-, 10:1, 
r Qolti: plan to 



B WUI 






will be exposed. Ag 8, 6:3, ed, Ag 

- ithdrawal of Germans favored In 

adopted by Intematl Socialist 

i at L,ucerne, Ag 11, 8:2; German 

refuses to relieve von der Oolti. Ag 

16, 3:8: Germans refuse to withdraw. Is 
report, Ag 28. 2:3; outrages by Germaas 
continue; von der Golti returns to HItau 
from Berlin; L^tlleh headquarters roblted. 
3 members of British mission arrested, 2B, 
8:2; ed, Ag 30, 8:2; Germans are plotting 
openly ; order ol von der Oolti agalnet 
plundering refers to troops In Russian serv- 
ice, S I, 3:1; some German papers regret 
tormaUon of von Ger Qolti's junker army; 
his secret order to troops lo take service 
In anti-Red Russian force, S 2, 15:3; von 
der Oolti advises soldiers to claim Idttlsh 
naUonallty and take up land, alleged tr *- 
forming secret society called ■' ■*"- 
Country," S S. 15:5; German Govi. m hulb 
to Entente, says It Is powerless to compel 
muUnouB troops to leave, S 8, 15:6: PsKce 
Conference will notify Germany about mu- 
tinous troops, 8 10, 1:4: refusal Of Oei^ 
mans to withdraw discussed by Psftcs Cod- 



■■ the Now 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Julv^tpt, 1919. 



BAl/riO ProTlnMB (oontlnued)— 
ference, S 10. 17:8; Fence Conference has 
proof that Berlin Is furnishing suppllee to 
von der Qolti: proposal made that U. S. 
withhold credits from Germany unless 
troops are withdrawn S 20, 4:4; German 
troops Intend to remain In Leivia all Win- 
ter, S 23, 17:4; Peace Conference threat- 
' ) relmpose blockade of Germany — 



DANK Bobbciias (continued);— 



0:1: ed, 
joon direct 
S 29, 15:2: 



less German ti 



conference — Baltic KeglonHi Courland; Ei- 

thonla: Uvonia 
BALTIC 8«, ■«• GoIshevlkl-BalUc Sea, 

Operations Against Them 
BALTIMORE * Ohio BB Co— Pf dlvd, Jl IB, 



drive against Govt ( 
Ak is. 4:3 
BALTIMORE Tuba < 



ntrol of Industries. 

IBO-PI dlvd, S 2S, 

remedy for present 
ork, Ir, As 10, III. 



BANBVRY (Sir) Frederick— ciiUclses Brit- 
ish Govt for extravagances, Ag 13, 10:3 

BANDHOI.TZ, (BrlB Gen) Harry H.— ar- - 
rives In Budapest as Amer member of In- 
ter-Allied Military Mission, As 13. 15:4: 
was not sent to Rumania as agent o( 
Supreme Council of Peace Conference. S 
le. lB:e 

BANK Clerks— Movement to organize Wall 
St workers, S 24, 24:3; employes of Bank 
of U. S. strike tor recognition of union and 
reinstatement of discharged member, S 30. 



BANK of AmeHea— Statement. Jl I 



27 :B; 



' Karapf~-StHtemi 



1 In Ciil. Jl 25, IS :2 



en Helglid 

n 8. 27:6; 



steady values In Kuropean trade, Jl M, 

12:3 
BANKBBB' Canferenee— WaU St skeptlol oa 

meeting with Pres Wilson today, Jl 9, 21:* 
BANKERS Trast Oo-elects ColJ. C McCraa 

vice prealdent, Jl 8. 23:2: ~ 



BANKING, see Banks and Banklns 
BANKING Itfvt, N Y S. see N T 8— Bulk- 
ing Dept 
BANKBUFTCX— J, E. Tregoe, Sec-Trcaa ot 

NaU Amoc of Credit Men. v -- ^-- 



BANK of British West Africa— Stock Issue 

announced, Jl n. 1B;6 
BANK of Cuba In N. X.— statement, Jl 9, 



that bank holds a 



, Jl IS, 22:3; 
S Basch and 
ur controlling 



BANK of London and Mexico— W. B. Mitch- 
ell loses suit for services. S 3. 10:D 

B.\NK of N. Y.-Slatempnts, Jl 0, 24:7; S 17. 
24:4: quarterly dlvd. S IT, 23:3 

BANK of North Bakols— Sells bonds. S 20. 
19:5 

BANK of Manhattan Co— Quarterly dlvd. 
S 19. 23:4 

BANK of the Manhattan Co— Statements, 
Jl 10. 25:4; S 22. 20:6 

BANK of V. S.— Statements. Jl 11, 20:6; 8 
21. II. 9:1; employes strike, S 30. 3:1 

BANK ^f WaahlBgten Helfh(s_ of City et 



Ag 10. . ., 

InQlken (Mich) Bank robbed, S 26. S:2 

rew York City;— 

Bronx Borough Bank held up by 6 armed 

.^*r^ — « ^roni Boroueh 

_. — — Eipioalor, „, ,_, 

securities believed to have been stolen 
from t>anks; man killed and another in- 
jured. Jl 17, 17:4 

Bnstlk-Stata Bank of Moacow robbed, a 
8.1:4 



sentenced. B 30, 6:4 
BANKS ukd BanUBci- 

Chicago— 3 Chicago bouaea favor ...-^ 
With huge capital and surplus; will prob- 
ably Include Merchants Loan, llUiula 
Trust, and Com Exchange Natl Bank^ 
Jl 21. 15:3 *—- . 

China,— Useun Yuan coming to U. 8. to r**" 
formation of Slno-Amer bank, 8 IS, nil 

Deficit— Clearing House statement on FM- 
eral Reserve system conditions, S 21, S3J 

BnglaiKl, see Bank of Kngland 

"" ■ ers— Sherrlll Smith appolDted Chlet 

" * ^Pederml It«- 



NaU Bank liUamlnt 



Foreign Transactions— C. Rectat, counael of 
N X Bur of Legal Advice, says prtvalo 
institutions used unfair method* With 
foreign bom deposItorB sending "•'nrnr 
abroad. S 27, 18:6 

Foreigners Tax— Corar Roper bellevea pr^ 
ent tax on foreigners' deposits is handl- 

_cappfng Amer money nuulcet, Jl 4, 10:8 

Germany- Berlin bankers begin nacotl»- 
Uons In N Y to establiah credits, J] IT, 
1:6; annual report of Deuische Hank 
shows bllilons In paper, but admits figures 
do not moan real gain In German busl- 
. employes In Hamburx 
strike, mediation refused, Ag 



3ved by Bras 



and Alton 

12, 8:3; restrictions r 

Govt, 8 8, 20:7 

U thuanla— Amer-Li thiu 
8 7, II, 6:5 

Natl B^nks-Controller WlUlanu 

call for statement of conditloas tor Jun* 
30, Jl S, 21:3; Controller WtUlanu reports 
unprecedented growth last year, Jl IL 
16:0: Controller WlUiama report* rsMnd 
growth in Waahlngton. D.C, Ag 6. M-.t: 
Controller Wllllanis T«>orts depoMta that 
break all records, Ag 20. 22:2; CantroUar 
WiUlams BJinouncea Increaaa In ra*ei»fc 
Ag 25. 1S:4; ed. Ag 26, 12:2 

New Jersey— Savings banks and truat ctaa- 
— niea report Increase in resource^ At 



^a? 



New York State— Report of resouroa^ Mm 
4, 1S:4 

Ruaalo— State Bank at Moacow robbed, 8 
8, 1:4 

Savings Banks— Chicago banker* report In- 
crease in deposits since July 1, Jl 17, 
21:4; New Hampshire bank depoMta KMtak 
Ag 5, 24:2: Increase In resources reported 
In N. J., Ag 13. 23:2 

Siberia— Increase In depoalts, Ag 1. 4:8 



sttn 



:— Jl Tl 



4:6: Jl 8 



p 19, 23, 24; Jl 10. IV 24, K: 
Jl II, pp II, 20, 21; Jl 14, p U ; Jl 14. 
25:6; Jl 16, Z1;S; Jl 16, 23:3; Jl 17, Sl.'4: 
Jl 18. 21:3, 4: S 16. p 25; 8 17. p 24; 8 
18. p 21; S 19, pp 24, 2S; 8 20, _p IT: 8 
21. fl. p 7-e : S Si. pp 20. 21 : 3 23; pp 23, 
n; S 24, p 26: 8 25, p 21: a », p a 



JtdifSept, 1919. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



BANKS and Buiklnc (continued) :— 
Trust Powers-r-Natl Park Bank appointed 

administrator of estate, Ag 28. 17:4 
Bee also Credit; Federal Reserve Law; 
Finance; Loans 

BAlfNAN. (Dr) Mu-tha— article on France's 
peril of depopulalion. S 7, III, *:1 

BANTA, Jehu H.— death, Ak 8, 9:4 

BANTOUT, Jeab B.—reaJgns as Asst Dist 
Attr of N Y C to resume law practice, 
Ar 28. B:2 

BAPTIST ChDrab— New drive to raise tSDO,- 
000 of fa.000.000 fund. S IS. 14:6; N T Con- 
I«rence of Baptist Ministers; Dr Richmond 
VeakB, S 23, 18:1; J. D. Rockefeller con- 
tributes 12,000.000 to Ministers and Mia- 
slonarr Bd of Northern Baptist Conven- 
tion to be used to care for Indigent min- 
isters, S £5. 15 ;4; Victory Fund leaders 
advertise for 1100.000 gift to Insure pro- 
vlBlonal donation by J. D. Rockefeller, S 
2S. 13:2 

BAPTIST DbUt VaeatloB Bible Schools, 
KB Serbian Itellef Com 

BAPTISTS- 1) lU,. (Mn) Mary EUialHitb 
KernacluiD — death. As 1, 7:4 

BAB AMoe of the City of N T— Urees Jus- 
tice J. K. Newburger to run Independently 
for renomlnatlon. Jl 30, 14:1; Lord Flnlay 
elected member. S S3, 16:8 

BAR Aasoos, see Amer Bar Assoc 

BAB ExaiBlnatlaDi. m Legal Profession 

BARBKR, (Rer Dr) Wlillam Tbeedere 
AqaUs— discusses prohibition possibility In 



Jl 1 



2:7 



BABB08SE, Bearl— Lr by 'W. B. Leonard 
on appeal to Amer Intellectuals, Jl S, 16:6 

BABCALO, X&wmrA 1 appointed to N. T. 

8. Labor ArbltraUon Bd, S 26. 16:6 

BABCBLOIfA, see Catalonia 

BABOIAY, ColTlUe Adrian de Bue— a] 



L. S S. 



pointed British Minister to Sweden, 

17:6 

BARlK, WIlUBm--death, Jl 28. 0:2 
BARKER, Edward— It on Impressions of N 

r C after 00 years' absence. Jl 4. 8;6; ed, 

Jl B, 16:4 
BARKER, Prederlek W.— Ir on aviation bur. 

Ax ID. 12:6; Ir on Leaeue of Nations and 

inventions. S 28. Ill, 2:3 
BABKEB, (0*1) WUllam B— returns to N 

Y; tells of work dona by Salvation Army, 

Ag 21, 0:S 



t receiver li 



lor 



BARNARD.' Orln 'a.— 8ue<! f.. _ 

20. 8:7: wife obtains separation, S 2a, 15:3 
NAKUI8TON, (HaJ Oen) Nathaniel 



Waltei^-death s 



Albany Rotary Club. 6 13. 2:8: ed, 8 U, 
10 ;3 ; Ir predictlnK that reservations of 
Foreign Relations Com on Peace Treaty 
will be adopted. 8 16, 14:6 
BARNET Leather Co, Ino— Pt dlvd. S 16, 
BABNETi, Edith-death and career, Ag 2». 
BARNETT,_Jamcs A— Ir on League of Nl- 



n "burned atny trucka 



I>ept inveHtigatlon o __ 

and cruelty to men. S 17, 1278 

UAKMETT. liamuel B.— death. Ag 17. 

-eaUi, At 



—Boston 
BARul^F, AbrahMu, i 



> Street Rys-Strikes 
I Garment Industry 



Ag 11, 7.. 

BAKKA, FranelHia LeM de la-Says U. 8. 
Intervention in Mexico would be hanofuL 
Jl 14, lfi:7; awarded medal of publlo armXi- 
tude by French Govt, Ag 16, 6:2 

DAKUEItE. (Amb) CauUIe— Urges Frauoo- 
Itallan accord In 14tb ol July meech In 
Rome. Jl IS, 3:fl 

BARUbTT. (U«pu(r Com) Alfred M., sm 
Street Rys— Fares and Transfers— N T C— 
Public Service Comm 

BAUKbTT. C. S.-lnvited to attend Indus- 
trial conference at WaahlnEton, S 24 3 '2 

BAKBETT. (Maj Gen) George W— WUl re- 
oerve Legion of Honor decoration, Jl 14, 

BARRETT, John— ed. Trade with Latin Am- 
erica, on speech at convention of AsaocbU- 
ed Advertising Clubs, 8 25, U:l 



..„ 20, 1S:2 

BARNES. Ambroae E.— death. S 23, 17:5 
BARNES. (Mrs) Crelle Boek— death, Ag S, 

0:6 
BARNES, Charles Robert— death, S 9, 17:5 
BABNES. Oeorse NleoU— tells of plans for 
International Labor Conference; defends 
BrlUsh policy in Russia. Jl 7. 28:1; dis- 
cusses task confronting Intern atl I^bor 
conference, Ag 23. 3:5 
BARNB8. James, see Sports— Golf 
BABNES, JbUds B.— becomes head of V. 8. 
Grain Corp, Jl 2. 19:2; acquires control of 
wheat situation by Pres. Wilson's proola- 
matlon. Jl IT. 1 :T : replies to critics con- 
cerning wheat profits, Jl IS. 2:7; sum- 
mored to Washington for conference on 
food situation; said to oppose proposed 
policy of reducing wheat prices. Ag 2. 1 8; 
opposes plan for |1.50 wheat at conference 
with Pres Wilson and Cabinet eul)-com- 
mlttee; text of statement. Ag 0, 1:8: ed, 
Ag 7. 6:2; outlines plan for selling wheat 
at tlO a barrel, Ag 9, 2:7; denies wheat 
price fraud. In reply to Sen Gronna's state- 
ment that farmers are victims of msnipu- 
Utlon. Ag 18. 14:3: says Grain Corp wlH 
announce basis for low-grade wheat prices. 
Ag 27. 16:8 



Gongoloum Co, ... _. ™.„. w,..,uuu ubudu 
gives Irxformallon on condition of plant. 
Jl 31, 18:5; pf and com dlvds. S 16. 2B:ft 

BARltETTt:. Mariaret. nee Haruer J B. 

BAHKICU. Uayd. ice Hay, J, 

BAUKIE. (Sir) Jamei M.— Expected to ar- 
rive in U. S. soon, Ag 26. 11:2; will visit 
America as soon as his bospllols for chil- 
dren In Prance are closed, S 12. IS -4 
"— -'— Books— Reviews— Aahford. Dalsr 

' " " — NT C-PoUce D^fr- 

^■**"X' «'e?iK*-I"tervlew8 Die Hanson, sp 

Bj-t. 8 28, vn, an *^ 

BAKRYMUHI;, fcthel-Is In sympathy with 
Actors' Edutty Assoc, Ag II, 1:3; addresaea 
newly formed Chorus EQulty Assoc of 
Amar, Ag 13, 12:2; discusses actors' strike; 



BABUOia, o. v.. 



Actors' Equity A«boc. Ag Jl. 1:8; commsnt 



luity Assoc. Ag Jl 1:8; conn 
lag In Actors' Equity Assoc si 



-urges dictatorship I 



S 7, IV, 27l 
BARTH. Krw 

many. Ag SI. II. 1:7; 8 I. „.^ 
BAKTHoiA)MEW. wliuam M.— death and 
IIAkth'oIj. Loiil^presents report on peace 
treaty with Germany to French Cliambar 
of Deputies; regrets Germany was not 
broken up, Ag 6, 10:6; denounces peace 
treaty In debate In Chamber of Deputies, 
S 3, 3:3; discusses military terms of ceace 

Lt 



amendment. Jl !£.ia:2; Sunt of New HampI 
shire State Industrial School demands In- 
qulnr Into his hose (loitglng charge^ Jl 



THE NEW YORE THfES INDEX. ivl^epU. 1919. 



t the BtMge, 8 T, 



poiiiK -, -. _-. — — 

named u repr of IT S on Reparation Com.... 
Jl IB, ZS; tCBUriCB before Sen Foreign 
Relations Com on economic phasea of peace 
treaty with Germany, Ag 1. l:Si Ag 2, 
7:S; Ac 3, A:l: ed. Ak 4. 10:3: augseated 
aa new Sec of Commerce, 8 6, l:i; received 
tlOO.OOO from Proa Wllaon ax apeclal ad- 
viser In Burinie, Sen Morria declarea. B 
11. 8:3: Invited to attend WasblnKton In- 
duatrlal conference, 8 IS. 1:S: report that 
he haa been aent by Prea Wilson to aee 
E. H. Gary In attempt to avert ateel atrlke. 
S 20. 1:6; attends conference of Natl Com 
of Detnocratlc Party, 8 21, 8:1 
BABrCH, (Mrs) Blduk-death. S U. U:T 



BAVKB, (Cal) Otis (continued)— 
Kun relative to ahlpment of anna found by 
Rumanlana In Bud^mat archlvea. As XI. 7 ' 

BAUKB, Balph B.— proposes --— •— ■— ■■ 
aervlce In Maw. S 28. III. 8: 

BAUH, HotbUb B., ae- "— ■ 

BAUHOABVNKB, J» 
"•— " Ag 1 



iroposes fareless trolley 



Amy— Ceases to exist and becomes iiart at 
Oertnan army of defense, A« 27. 1 -A 

Cablaet—MlnlMry headed by J. Hofbnknn 
was reorganised on May 31. Jl 4, 3 A 

CoDstltBUon— Adopted by Diet. As 14. 3:2 

Diet— Paaaea law to remain in power untO 

June 30, 1922. 8 IS. IBiT 
I.BBd PeUey-Qovt la negotlaUns with toe- 
mar bln^ for aettlement of royal landed 
Jl 22. 8;T 



BA8BBAI.1., a 
- ■ 8IUC/ - ■ 

-J, 7:6 

BA8I.B, aea Laboi^-Swltierland 

BABB, (Hra) Qearg^-saya West favors 
Leasue of NaUons. 6 28, 7:1 

BA8TBDO <Cb1) Belen. ae* Motor Coips Of 
America 

BA8TII.B Day- will be observed as natl 
holiday In Oube, following passage of 
reaoluUon by Houae of Keprs, Jl 12, 2:6: 
Foreign Liegion will participate In Victory 
parade as result of public outcry. Jl 13, 
3:2: victory fetea begin In Parfa, Amer 
Boldlera join In open air dancing. Jl 14, 
J:8; ed, Jl 14, 10:2; Victory parade and 
celebration In Faria. Jl 10. 1:1; celebration 
by Amer patriotic aocs, Jl IS, 3:8; descrlp- 
tlona of Victory Day parade by R. V. 
Oulahan and w: Duranty, Jl 18. 3:1; od, 
Jl Ifl, 10:3: greetings of Amer liegion ac- 
knowledged by Amb Juaaerand, Ak 1. 28:2 

BATOUBLIX>B, 8. C, Co. aee Bridgeport— 

BATB8, Benjamin FrankUn— death, 8 18. 1S:6 

BATBB. Bdward F.— death. Ag 7, 7:4 

BATBIMO Bnlta— Scant raiment (or women 
favored by Col D. Qhadlall In address to 
Natl Assoc of Drugleaa FhyalclanB. Jl 18, 
11:6; delegates from the Rockaways com- 
plain to Mayor Hylan against Immodeat ap- 
parel. Jl 24. T:S 

BATIK Art. see Art— Elxhlbltlons 

BATT. Deanla E.— arrested under HI sedition 
law, S 3. 6:4 

BATTKRY Park Natl Baak— Statements, Jl 
10. 2S :2 ; 8 19, 2e :1 

BATTI8TI, (Ur) Ceaare— remalna exhumed 
by Italians from common cemetery In Trent 
where they had been removed by Hun- 
garian commander, Jl 8, D:S 

BATTEL, Oeorge aardou — apeaka at meeting 
of Community Councils of Natl Defense, 
Jl 13, 3:7: Ir on Every-Name campaign of 
ProteaCant Bplacopal Church. Jl 27, III, 2:G: 
appointed by Gov Smith to Inveatlgate N Y 
8 Farma and Markets Council. Ag 28. 13:1; 
tuma Inquiry of food a and markets to 
Dalrymen'a League, Ag 29, 11:3; appears 
before Ben Foreign Relations Com In behalf 
of freedom of Mid-European nations. As 30. 
2:0: gueatlona Dr E. H. Portor on connec- 
tion with Dairymen's League. 8 5, 28:2; 
names 4 women on Community Induatiial 
Relations Com to prepare Industrial pro- 
gram for Industrial Conference in Wash- 
ington, S IS. 24:2 

BAV11BI.AIBB, Charlea— J. O. Huneker'a 
article on hla Ira to his mother. S 28, IV, 7:1 

BAUBR. (Premier) Onatav AdoU— addreaaea 
Constituent Aaaembly, urges work and ab- 
horrence of revenge, wama of revolutlonaiy 
spirit, sees hope In League of Nations. Jl 
24; 3:2: asaalled In Berlin preaa, Jl 2S, 3:4; 
assailed by Ludendorff, Jl 31. S:l 



III, Kins of Bavartsb 

Soviet Govt.:— 

Levlen. (Dr.). arrasted In WlatbMden. Jl 

8, 17:6; arrest by Italian patrol oon* 

timed in report from Berlin, Ac 4. 

S :6 : caught In disguise on way to Italy 

to stir up BoishevlBn. As D. 9:3 

Terrotlam— Red leaders tried on ebaxgn ot 

having murdered hostages: Comtoaa- 

dant Seldl blamed. 8 S. S:3; P. S«tdl 

and B other Communists ezecutad Cor 

murder of tiostasea. S 20. T :3 ; S It«da 

executed In prison. S 22, 1S:4 

Bpartacide Bevolt— court martial at Honldi 

sentences E. Muehaam for treason. Jl 13, 

3:S 

8e« Bia« Ruppncbt, former Crown Prince 

BAY, (Urut) Audrey H.-wife's divorce suit 

dismissed. As 9, 7 :a 
BAY etate Fiatdnv C*., see Fish Trust. 
BAXKB, (Hn) Marsaretba— death. Jl MS, 



pump placed In operation. Ag 22, 11 :8 

BAYRONTO, 8. 8.— believed to have founder^ 

ed In hurricane off Key 'West, 19 survivors 

picked up by the Calno. S 17, 4:7: U aar- 

vlvors landed by the Ida. 8 22, ISJt 

BAYVII.I,K Beach— Guards patrol l>ea(4i 

esldenta dispute possession by town. 



._ >plays: says screen needs con^e- 

tent contTnulty writers. 8 28, rv, B :3 
BEACH, aamnei B.— testifies t>etore Inter- 
atete Commerce Com on R R problooi. Ac 

SKAOOM. N. Y.— Mayor Beskln receive* Ir 
from Gov Smith on duties of State Cod* 
Btabulary during atrike troubles, 8 SIT. S ^ 

DXALL, (UeBt Com) Orafton— urges fl^>t 



MparaUon f 



BBAI.8, Ailen E.— discusses housing diort- 
age. S 21. X, 8:1 

BBAN. WUIIam B.— Ir on cost of llvtns and 
Btay-at'bome proflteera. As 24. m, 1:7 , 

BKABI>SI.BT, BterllBg 8.— Wins CTOIX O* 
Guerre. Jl 10. 10:7 

BEATTlB. (Bev) Charies Vrederiel^-deatb, 
Ag 24. 22:5 

BEATTT, Amea I..— testifies to U. S. Sen 
Foreign Relations Com on recent outrases 
In Mexican oil regions, 8 20. 11:1 

BEATTY. (Vice Adtnlral) 8ir David— will be 
made Barl, Ag 6, 17:7: suKfested as Brit- 
ish envoy to O. 3., Ag 7. 18:7: naval din- 
ner in London In hla honor, S 24, 10:3 

BEAUMONT, (Cemmodere) I«Dls— enter- 
talns aero leadera at luncheon In N T C, 8 
17. 16:1 

BBAVNB ttnlv, a«e U. S.— Armjr— Education 

BEAUPBB, Arthur X.— stricken With pa- 
ralysis. 8 12. 1S:1: death, 8 IS. 11:8 
BEACTT Praflteerlng--E:d, Ag 24. III. 1:6 



JtOySapL, l»i». THE NEW YOBE TIMES INDEX. 



wmcar, Chula*— arreatMl on dtarire ol lAx- 
axay, Ag 2S, 28:2 

BECHTKL, OUtst F.— deatb, S 23, 1T:3 

BXCK, Jamas MantcDnurr'-^urKed by J. 
Peiuiell not to apeak In Ftall from grniu]- 
Btand In Independence So, Ir, As- 23. fl :B : 
epeaka at I«wlaton, He. i calls Ijeague of 
Natlona a G-n&tion tnut. Ag 24, S:3: apecJu 
at Conatltutlon Day celebration In Phlla; 
eaya Prealdentlal power will be enhanced 
under LieaKUe of NaUoni, S 18, 4:3; wel- 
comes Ljord Flnlay at luncheon of PllirrlniB' 
Soc S 23, 16:8 

BBCK, (EbiIbb) rani, aee' U. S.— Navy— 
Ohft 

BKOKBB, (Depntr AiM Oen> Alfred I_. lee 
Caillaux, J.. Ag 4 

BKCKBHMAN, <N T. AUeruBn) Abrakan^- 
record muumBrlied by CiUzena Union, S 
30, 10:1 

BBCKKTT, J«. SM Sporta— BoxJnK 

--irlBB H., eea StelChen, Mrs 



, -- I Bol- 

BhevUt Oovt. S IT, IT :S 
BECKHAN. <SeTst MaJ) Javsi W., see U 

S— Army—Cruelty to Men 
BBCK3CAN, (Hra) UUlmn Tmr— death. 8 27. 

13 :« 
BECKWITH, B. Carroll— estate, S 24, 29:0 
BKDFOKD, A. c— etatement on IntematI 

Trade Conference, S 10, 16:9 

See alag Standard Oil Co of N. J. 
BKDFOBD, (JBdce) B. W,— 4eath, Aff 21, 



BBDFOBD Park, Bklrn, tee European War— 
Hemorials and Monuments-r-Brooklyn 

BKEBB, IXnt EthH Wbltncr— death. Jl 20, 
21:4 

BEBCHER, Janet— ma rrlea Dr. R. H. Hoff- 
inan. Ak 12. S:fl; views on actora' etrlke, 
S 21. m. 6:1 

BBXCKMAN, (Oev) Bobeit Uvlnsstaa— 
Bars, in Ir to Sen Colt, that people of 
Rhode Island oppose covenant of LeaEue 
of Nations. Ag 2, 7:2 

BBKF, ■« Meat 

BEEKMAN <DeSB} FrMlariek W.— speaks at 
Church of Heavenly Rest: urses movement 
to make Amer Church of the Holy Trinity 



lln, Jl S, 3:8 
BEET SnBBr, ace SuKar Trade 
BBHAB IPatrolmBB) CBtbbart— commended 

24. 0:8 
BEBBBB, Araold— death, Jl 3. 13:3 

- — — -■ - , Hay— returns to England, 



IBITH (KaJ) Ii 
Ag 15, 13 T 



Daniel KUgalaBd de— death 

and career. S 0, 17:6 

BEI.A Kdb, aee Kun 

BE LAB. AlblB (earthqBake apeclallsl)— In- 
tends to come to N. T. and found an ob- 
servatory, Jl IT, 2:8 

BEI.A8CO. ItsTld — resigns from Ldunbs Club, 
Ag 14. 3:S: says he will never produce an- 
other play If Actors' Equity wins strike. 
Ag IS, 1 :2, 4 :3 ; A. WoolIcQtt reviews 
career. Ag l7. rv. 2:1; charsea F. Wilson 
with deserting actors' cause In 18SB, A« IB, 
1:4: F. Wilson replies to charges. Ag 20, 



Dannemore 

BBLFOKD, Matthaw A.— death, Jl 20, 21:4 
BBUIIAN Relief Cam, see Commission for 

Relief In Belgium 



Ice 



a U. S,— Diplomatic Serv- 



Army— Demobilisation begins, Jl 2, 1T:2: 
demobilised soldiers parade In Brussels 
demanding aid for fallen comrades' fam- 
ilies. S la. 15:2 

Commerce— Articles that may be exported 
without license, 8 28, II, 4:4 

CondlUons described by Abbe de Von, Jl I, 
13:3 

DIplon 

pointed Amb. Ag' 24, 3 :2 ; Baron Cartier 
de Merchlenne will return to U. S. as 
Amb, AgSl, II, 1:4 



Dutch Provinces, i 



I Holland, Relations 



_. _. Cardinal Mercler In speech In 
NYC, S 18. 2:3 

Finances— Rumors of new loan to be floated 
In II. 8.. Jl 22, 22:4: bankers delay action 
until State Dept has given approval, Jl 
23, 19:3: bankers think new flotation of 
short term notes will not exceed UO.OOO.- 
000 and wlU be taken by InsUtutlona for 
Investment. Ag 1, 10:2; negotiations be- 
tween Amer bankers and Belgian govt for 
big loan nearly complete, 8 10, 18:3; 
Premier Delacroix announces completion 
of agreement between Belgtan govt and 
J. P. Morgan and Co and Guaranty Trust 
Co of N Y, by which those firms l»ecomo 
financial agents of Belgian Treasury In 
U. 8. ; announcement confirmed In N i 
financial district. 8 18. 21:2; need of 
credits by U. S. emphaalzed by King 
Albert, S 25. 17:4: bankers hold con- 
ference at J. P. Morgan end Co offices 
to discuss details of new loan, S 2«, 17:3 

Flemish Movement— Dr A. Borms, who 
aided Germans In separatist movement 
< 8, lS:fl 



Germans, Ag 3, 
Holland, Relations with— Note— In previous 



Forests— Destruction 

III. T " 



IntematI comm of 14 members will be 
nsm^ by Peace Conference to examine 
divergent points of view, Jl 2, 6:S; 
Comm to pass on revision of 1839 trea^ 
with Holland holds first meeting, Jl 30. 
16 :G: Belgium seeks better means of self- 
defense In appeal for revision of treaty 
of 1830, Ag 1, 1:0: Dutch press agitated 
over revision of 1839 treaty, Ag 10, 11:1; 
Belgian annexation efforts assailed in 
note from Dutch Govt to Belgian Foreign 
Office, Ag 28, 14:3; city of The Hague 
withdraws Its exhibit from Brussels Re- 
construction Exhibition because of oon- 
troveray over treaty of 1830. Ag 30, IS :B : 
denial that Dutch delegates nave left 
peace conference and broken with Bel- 
gians over revision of treaty, 8 1, 3:7; 
statement by Dutch Minister to Great 
Britain, 8 T. 6:1; Holland la ready to 
revise treaties at request of a big power, 
8 13, 3:9: report that relations have 
been broken off and envoys recoiled. In 
frontier dispute. S 22, 1:3; break denied 
by Dutch peace delegation In Paria, 8 
24, 10:2; fr by L. H. Baekeland on 
clalma of Belgium, S 28, III, 2:7 

Independence Day— Celebrated In N T C, 
Jl 22, ^'4: message from Pres Wilson to 
King Albert. Jl 22, 1T:2: celebration In 
Brussels. Jl 23. 0:1 

Industries— H. H. Morgan finds them re- 
viving 8 29, 23:3 

King, aee Albert 

L.abor. see Idbor— Belgium 

Luxemburg, Annexation of. aea IjUxem- 
burg- Belgium, Annexation to 

Neutrality VlolaUon— H. B. H. Bbider 
denies charges of German General Staff 
that It was violated by French airplanes 
on Aug 3. 1014, Ag 3, B:S 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jvlr^epU. 1919. 



Railroads, i 



DELOIt'H (continued):— 
Peace Tr^ty with Qertnanj'. see Ehiro- 
pean War—Peace Treaty with Gennany 
Prohibition, lee Prohibition— Belgium 
~ " ' t RallroadB— Belgium 

■ee Ehiropean War— Re- 

3elBluni 

ReUef Work. ■•« Comm (or Relief In Bel- 
glum 
Treaty of aefenae against German aggres- 
sion will be cntereii Into by IT. s. and 
Great Britain, is report In London Even- 
ing Standard. S 6, i:^: U. S. State Dept 
knows nothing of reported guarantee. S 
7. 16:6 
BE LI., AleiBBileT Orsham— Ir decllnlne 
memberahlp In Lieague for the Preservation 
Of Amer Independence, Ag 3, HI. 2:8; 
answered by H. A. W. Wood, Ag IT, III. 
2:3: hydroplane, designed and ouUt by 
him and P. W. Baldwin, speeds 71 miles 
per hr, S 10, 15:2 
BXI,!,, Edward 1.— article on Amer-owned 

oil wells in Mexico, Ag 24. IV. 8:1 
BEU.. (Brig Gan) Jamei H. —death and 

career, 8 IS, 13^9 
BELL, (Mrs) JeBonette, s*e Bennett, J. O. 
BELL, John T.— death, Ag SS. 13:5 
BELL. Bobert D.— death, Jl 4. 0:4 
RMI.T.AIRR. frnmniBniforl Carlyo B— BUg- 

11, 17:7 

~ and sinks, Jl 8. 14:3' 

BBLLEAQ Wood — as II appears today. Jl 

■ 30, 4:1 

BELLEMABB, (Mrs) Aaule EUiabeth- 

death. S «. 11:2 
BBLLKVILLE, III., SM United Mine Work- 

BELLEVUE Hospital, »M MfMpltali—N Y C 

AcronautlcB-Transatlantlc Flightft-U. S. 



Nav 



Plai 






his arrest for falling to appear _.. 

charge of auto apeedlng, Jl 3, 4:4; fined 
$20 for speedinK: makes apology to court, 
Jl 4. 9:a 

BELOW. (Oea) Otto ran— faoes Intematl 
tribunal (or war Crimea, sp art, Jl 13. VII. 
<:4 

BKLTHAKERS— Strike, 8 4. 4:3 

BXHI8, (Prol) B. W.— cuU valuation of N. 
T. Rys Co.'s property In financial report 

from 1913 to date: W. P. Burr reads 

Into record at transfer hearing bofon 
He Service Comr Nixon. Ag 6. 2«:2: Comi 
Nixon rules out testimony oi 
Ag fl, 1B:4 

BEKBKICT XV, PaiH:— 
Appointments— Confirms all appointments 



at c 



. 10:4 



Boniano. Mgr— Kecelvf. -, 

terest In affairs of the U. S.. Jl T, 1S:S 
Church Unity, sr* Pan Christian Congress. 



German-Amer Romi 

Missions— Urces slot 
In former German 
Pan Chrii " 



athollc Soc— Mes- 

jn, S 16, lfl:3 

■ their prelection 



13:4 



Iward NeliOB— death, Ag ; 



S M. 



William 8., •*« Hospltals- 

tary— Chicago Speedway 
BENNETT, <Mrs.> Annk D.-dca 

19:5 
BBNKETT, Arnold— deH:HbeB play "Abre- 

ham Uncoln." and Its appeal. Jl <i. rv. 1:5 
BENNETT. Frrd D.— death. Jl 22. »:! 
BENNETT, <Hr«) Harriet EUaobctb— deiath, 

8 IT, 13:2 
HRNNRTT. Jsmr. (1 a nl OK— trustee for Sis- 
mtins for trust 



ireer on the Bta«e. S 28, 
I Jsmph— death, Ag t3. 



: Ia Guardia a 



j( Aftei 



and threatens prosecution. E 

that recount will show that he waa r. 

Inated. S e, 10:8; asks DIst Atty to.lnveatl; 



gate fraud char 



I. B e. 



t for order for r 



; will I 



nied by Ldt Guardia. S 8, 6:1: charges of 
primary frauds not confirmed by results 
of InvesUgaUon by Diat Atty. S 12. U:9: 
official returns, S IS, 7:3; asks co-operation 
(A S. 1^ Koenig in proceedings for recotmt, 
S Ifl. ]S:2: asks right to Inspect ballota, 8 
23, 10 ;3: drops contest following unwllllng- 
nesB to pay tor recount, S 27, 10:7 
Bee also Day, J. C. 
BENOWITZ, Hyman, sea Income Tax— Dodg- 

BEN8FIRLI>— Sp art by Ueut F. I. Schecter 
on his being siSc repr of Amer Ar " ~ 

cupatlon, Ag 31, VII, p 1 
HENHON. Mary— estate, Ag 13. 11:S 

BENSON (Rear Admiral) William Bbe, 

represents Sec Daniels as Admiral Mayo 
relinquishes co •" -• •' — "— " 

gresa recommending that he be e 

mlral permanently, Jl 18, 6:6; bill Intro- 
duced Into Congress for pennanent rank, 
Jl 20, 2:2; recommends Increased appropria- 
tion to put ships In fighting triiti, Ag £1. 
18:1: House passes bl if conferring pemu- 
of Admiral upon him ; praise by 



y of Oo- 



18. 12:2 
13:6: thi 



. ,.,..„. ,JB-Rttuses to dtscusa 
., ._ urches. Ag 11, 11:2; greeting 
„ deputiitlon recalled. Ag 15. 7:1 
Vatican Choir— Approves tour of U. S., Jl 

25. 11:3 
Wiiilam II. former Bmperor of Germany- 
Appealed to by German loyalists to pre- 
vent his trial by Allies. Jl 23. 4:2 
BENKItlCT. B. C.-iil. S 23. 17:4 
BENEUICT, W. N.— ir on reaction In Ger- 

many, Ag 18. 6:6 
BENEFIT Performances, lee Fagan, Barney 
BENEVOLENT and Fruteclive Urdrr at Elks 
-Annual convention: V. l^ Rain elerted 
Grand Gxalted Huler. Jl S, 3:3: Jl ». 8:4; 
Jl 10. 15:4; Jl 13, 11:1; ed, Jl 11. 10:7; re- 



11:1 

BENTINCK. (Caant) Carlni— aays Kaiser 
shows no Intention of returning to Ooi^ 
many. Jl 11. 1 :2; Interviewed by T. T. Will- 
iams on unwelcome stay of the Kaiser at 
Amerongen. Ag 24. 6:4 

BENTON. Hary K.— arrives from abroad. Ag 
B, 9:2 

BEQUESTS, see Gifts and Bequests 

BBKCHTOLD, (Conat) Leopold vob— report 
that Allies will demand his extradition to 
ascertain part In responsibility for the Su- 
ropean war, Jl 15. 2:6; wanted Austria to 
begin war on Serbia, as Germany was ready 
to assist according to minutes of Privy 
Council of July 7, 1014. S 24. 10:4 

DEKENI). <Dr) MIksl as— killed In Budapest 
during attempt to overthrow Soviet Oovt, 
Jl IB, 2:3 

IPORD. (Admiral Baron) CharlM— 

and career, S 8, 13:3 



HXHESNEFF, Oennady N.— urges recogni- 
tion of All-Russia Govt; says RuS^a'a 
products must have world market, Ag, 10, 



JvlfSept, 1919. THE NEW YOBK TIMES. INDEX. 



BEROKR, HesTT. i 



> Amalgamated TextUa 



Hntence, Ak '. 
.. Vletar-4ieEirlni 



BKBOBB. \ __ 

House reaumea ; n. b. i^ocnema, counsel, 
again chBllengeB right ot Congress to ex- 
i^Iude him, Jl 22. lT:tl: takes stand. Jl 29. 
I ^others who vot^ agaiDst war 

_._ .. .'Cl^lsm. Jl 

_.. admits antl-AdmlnistratloD 

speeches, Jl 30. fl:3; Beta full pay aa Repr. 
Ak 4. 24:3 

BBRGI.A8, Mlnhasl P.— death. As 1. U:4 

BEBGNKB * Bniel Drewlnx C*^ lea Prohi- 
bition— Wartime— Test Cases, Jl 12 

DBBKEliEY, LAncBlot-J. A. BUnchtleld 
and B. S. Pli>er airalsiied on charge of 
auaultiDK him. S 12, Itl:3 

BEBKHAM, AlBiaBilMw.warrant for arrest 
and deportation Issued by Federal ImmlKra,- 
Uon authorities, 8 19, 11:1; hearlns by Im' 
migration officials. S 21. 1B:Z; fights de- 
portation: denies he is an Anarchist. B 28. 
II. S;3 

BEBKB. Archibald W.~wlll, Ag 15. 6:2 

BEBKBHJBE String QiiBitet, see CODlldse. 
Mrs. F. 8. 

BBRKaBIBB Bt Br— Petition for appoint- 
ment of a receiver' will probably t>e filed, 

Bm also Street Bys— StrlkeB_New England 
BBBUX:— 
Coal regulations, Ag 26. 15:7; waiters 

threaten strike If cabarets are shut In 

saving campaiKn. 8 1, 3:S 
Conditions described by O. Renwlck, Ag 

21, 13:1 
Food Supply, see Foodstuffs— Oermany— 

Berlin 
Fourth of July— Irlota-Amer celebration, Jl 

Fl-ench Soldier Mannbeln. see Mannheim, 
GambllnK resorts closed by Noske. 8 14, 
Housing Problems. ■•• Housing Problems- 
Berlin 
Jews, ■» Jews— Oermany 
Military Qovemor's office abolished, 8 2, 



It«nt>— Strike of tenants against landlords 
averted .Iv^agisl — '-~ ' — '" 



B Who promises In- 
,„., ._„ is, Jl 3, 12:7 

Sportadde Revolt, ■ee Oena*Br— Spartlclde 
He volts-Berlin 

Street Bys— Slockholiiers of Greater Berlin 
Street Car Go approve transfer to munlci- 
paUty. Jl IS. 13 :S 
Be* alas Strikes, below 

Strikes— Transportation workers tie up 
traffic: many Reds arrested, Jl 2. 17:5; 
Govt la convinced street ry strike la In- 
spired by revolutionists,^. 



Jl 4 



s refuse to confer ^ 



Govt and municipal offl< 
car strike. Jl 8, ■■"- 
broken, JIT, 15:7 



tle-u 



, _. .. . la mectlngB of 

protest against traffic suspension. Jl 9, 
17:7; Noske saked by Cltlzena' L<eague to 
call for volunteers to man traffic llnea. 
Jl 10. 8:2; dally loss from tie-up ot at rya, 
Jl 12. 6:4; Berlin—Federation of Labor 
effecta aettlement of at ry strike, Jl 14, 
16:6; Reds turn tide agalnat movement 
for settlement. Jl 15. 2;7r Irafflc strike 
ends. Jl 18, 18:8: city Is at a HtamlBtlU 
following strike order by Independent So- 
clallata, disorder prevented by troopa, Jl 
23. 15:4; 10 shot and crowd allempta to 
lynch man who started fuallade among 
Uajority Soclallata, Jl 24. 15:3; orders of 
Noske, Jl 28, 22 :B: all employes of Sle- 
mens.^ebuckert Co. electrical concern. 
strike following discharge of 10,000; teleg- 
raphers resent discharge of employes, Jl 
28. A :8 ; strikers of Siemens-Schuckert 
electrical plant agree to resume work, Jl 
30. 1B:T: waiters threaten strike if caba- 
rets •.re shut la campaign to save coal. 
S 1, 8:8 



on right to seat In 



Jl 20, IV, 7... _ 

BEBUNGBOFF, IdUla— death, 8 30. 10: 
jie, aea New Tork-P 



Uni. 

BEKNABD, Agnes F.— death. Jl 20. 21:2 

BKRNABli, (Count) Pierre M. de— wife will 
obtain divorce. Ag 1. 17:3 

BBBNB, Swlt»Fliu>d— Typesetters strike, Jl 
18, 17:5 

BKRNE Labor Coaference, see Intematl 
LAbor and Socialist Conference at Berne 

BBRNBARDI, <Gen) Friedrich tob — ed on 
interview in The Sun in which he predicts 
war between U. S. and Great Britain and in 
The World declaring that Germany Is get- 
ting ready to fight France and England. 
Ag 4, 10:4 

HKKNKTKIN. (Or) Ed u»d— appeals In *■" 



t that revisions of ti 
can only come through League ol Nations, 
Jl 14. 15:2; ed, Jl W, III; 1:3: speaks at 
Democratic Party meeting In Berlin, sets 
revlaed feace terms aa Germany's goal; 
dlacusaes League of Nations and probable 
gooo relations with ihe U. S., Jl 21, 2:6: 
discusses future relations between U. S. and 
Germany. Ag 28. 2;S: ed, Ag 30, 10:4; 
denial that he Is to be State Sec of ForelKD 
Office, S 21, 21:6 

BEROLZEEIHEB Mrs Philip— Tlves Cen- 
tral Park concert in honor of Gen Persh- 
ing, S II. 4:3 

BERBY. Charles D.— appointed to N. T. S. 
Arbitration Bd. S 26. 15:6 

BEBBY. Chariee Heary— death. Jl 22. 9:2 

BBBBY <AdJt Gen) Charles W., au Na- 
tional Guard Aaaoc 

BEKKV. George I... aee Prlntera' Strike 

BEBBY, (Mrs) Margaret HeB ride— death, 
S 7. 23:5 

BEB8BNEFF, Gennady N.— urges Siberian 
Co-operative Societies to campaign to pro- 
mote trade between U. S. and Siberia, S 
21, II. 8:1 

BEBTIE, (lArd) Franels I^eveso^^eath 
and career. S 28, 22:3 

BEBTRAH, Mrs. Blanche, see Ruddell. J. C 

BERTBAM, Jamei— tribute to A. Carnegie, 
Ag 12. 0:5: explains Carnegie's phrase as 
to wealth. Ag 20. 3:3 

IIBRTRANB (Fres) FT»BelM(»— attempts to 
win presidential office for his brotlier-ln- 
law cause of struggle In Honduras, says 
R. H. Valle. Ir. Ag 1. 11:3; eastern Hon- 
duras rises in revolt against his Govt. Ag 
2, 2:5: resigns; deposits executive power in 
hands of Council of Ministers and la en 
route to U. S.. 3 11. 17:4 is safe on ship, 
S 12, 17:3 

BKRTRON, Samnel B.— approves municipal 
ownership of atreet rya. at hearing before 
Natl Electric Rya Comm, Jl 23. 10 S 

BESSARABIA- L«nln offers to cede It Ru- 
mania if frontier Is closed to anti-Reds. Jl 
24. 15 :2 ; Rumanian attitude protested 
against In resolution adopted by Intematl 



looted t 



Conference at l-ucerhe. Ag 11. 

2; Rumanian attitude said to be resented 
by Knt ■ " 



---^ .... . Prea 

WllBon against atrocities by Rumanians, S , 
24. 10:8: C. Clhodarin says that reprs in 
Paris, A. N. Krupensky and A. C. Schmidt, 
are unrepresentative of the people. 8 20. 

BE8BEB, (Hfb.) Fanllne— death, Jl IT. 13 :i 
IIKBT, (Mrs.) Ada P.— death, Jl 25. 11 :« 
BEST A Co— bonus plan for employes, Ag 

BETH navld Boapltal. see Beapltals— N T C 
BEtHKL,, F. H., see N T Telephone Co 



THE NEW YORE TIHES INDEX. JvlySept., 1B19. 



t Ulnor. 
guajnt 



BBTHBL, (BHs 0«a) Walter A., i 

BBTHBl., Ho^Uo Ca^ Book prints 
Items deaitne with ntfaJra ot a churcn in 
Old Bethel. Jl Q, 1T:S 

BBTHI^HEM Chapel and Hrmorlal Uonae 
—la being erected by the First PresbyterlAn 
Church, 31 20, DC 15iB 

DKTHL.BHEM Steel Corp— OmIU extra pay- 
Dieot on common Block because o( uncertain 
future, Jl 20, 1B:1: geta big rail order (rooi 
R R Administration, S 12, 21:2 
See, alie Steel— Strike 

BBTHMANN HOIXWBG, (Dr) Theobald— 
Intematl law experts point out that he waa 
responsible to former German emperor and 
therefore the emperor cannot escape re- 
sponslbUlt}' for war. Jl 1, IS:2; made offer 

by J 

Wlthura'w II, Jl £, i;i>^ Diamca tor war oy 
Admiral von Tlrplti In liiii memolra. Jl 
IT, 8 :3 : accused by von Hindenburg In Ir 
to Prince Maximilian of Baden of bairing 
mediation tiy Pres Wilson In leiT and 
permitting U-boat warfare to continue, Ag 
IS, S:4: ed. Ag IS, S:3; lacked political art, 
says Prince von Buelow In ir on war blame, 
Ag. 24, 12 :T : asked Scheidemann to 
work with English and French Socialists 
for peace In Nov. 1S14, latter says In Cas- 
set. S 14. 10:4 
BBISCH, Charies-death, Ag 20, 15;2 
BBiaOH, Jacob-death, S % 22:4 
BETTINO, See Horses— Racing 
BXTTLEHEIH, Charles— death. Jl IT, 13:4 
BEVERAQBS, ice Alcoholic Beverages: Soft 

I>rlnks 
BBTIE, Henry, sea Huneker, J. Q., Jl 13 
BlAU>TOA, (Rev Father) Ignatius J., see 

Striclockl, J, H. 
BIBI,B. The— T. W. Bynott gives (60,000 to 
Presbyterian Church to further study, S 
21, 14:6 

Bee al»D Amer Bible Soc: N Y Bible Soc 

BICKETT, (Gov) Thomas W.— will suinrest 

that Lafayette Day be celebrated In Fay- 

eltevlUe, Jl 28. 10 ;T 

BIOKLET, Eklward W.— appointed sec of N. 

T. 8, Induatrlel Comm. Ag I, B:4 
BICTCUNO. lee Sports 
BIDER, (Ueut) Oscar— death, Jl 8, 4:2; 

career, Jl 10. 2:T 
BIBBER, Jacob-estate, S 20, 23:4 
BIBKHAN, Henry— murdered, 8 22, 1;4 
BIOAHT:— 
Becht. C, accused by two women: held 

In 11,000 bail. Ag 26, 28:2 
Conn laws criticised by Rev Dr C. 



r his arrest I. 



sued, Ag 29, S:l; held In Richmond. Va., 

awaiting extradition to N T. S 20, 14:3 

liOgan, (Lieut) H., held in bail; claimed 

by two women, Ag 20, IT :T 
Bee kite Lcme. J. M. 
BIOBUIW, John— Ir on aoldlera' wounds on 

left leg. S 20. 12 :T 
BIOELOW. Poaltner— will recuperate sb 

houseboat. Jl 12, 0:6 
BiaBIX>W, (HaJ) Warren, see Re-emplor- 



BILLINOS, Jfiaeph M.— J 
In suit for sllenallon o 
Ak23, B:6 



Blt.UNOa, Warren. 



9rlllsb using dumdum tHiIleta. and thai 



B bombed by then, Ag 3. 

NOHAX, Hlnm-eda on article In the C. 

* "r Service explaining reasons for avla- 

grievances, Jl 10, 14:8 

JNORAMTOK. M. T., aee Street Rys— Fare* 

and TrauBf err 
INEOWITX. 

:~ : * Co. 

N8FXI.I>. see Europeai 



:4:0: 



RMINOHAH, BrneBt — marries Hae 



n hunting licenses. As 31. 



1 the 



Throated Bunting, Ag 31, III. 10:4 
■BDWOOD, (OeB) Sir William F'" 

ieives Cambridge degree, Jl 24, 1' 

KKBNFEI.D. ■> " 

— ""•OH AM, 

. . , Jl 26, 9:4 

RMIItGHAH. John D., see Railroad*- 
■ ■ Rail Thefts 

RHINDBAM, Ala., see United Ulne Work- 
if Amer. S 22 

H KATE— French peril Of depopulation 

discussed by Dr Martha Bannan. S T. m. 

also Vital StaUstiCs 

BBBB, Aril.— Riot between Tenth (r. 8_ 

Cavalry (negro) i ~ " 

JA Col Snj ' - '- 

Jl 22, 2 :3 

>3m bIbo Coppei^-Strlkea 

B CAT ART, <IJt>B() JnleB D.— death, : 



Chevalfer of L«g1on of Honor, B 14, 8:4 
IBMAKCK, (€annt) van— Bid to Govt In 
Spartaclde revolt In Berlin told of by 
Noske. S 30. 17:fl 

IISHABCK. (Prince) Otto tod— caused sup- 
presalon of diary of Emperor Frederick 
III In IBSS, Ag 4, 3:4; Ir by B. Russell on 
Ems dispatch. Ag 24. Ill, 2:S 

IIS8IMO. HaIF)^--descri)>eB theatrical ac- 
tivities In Germany and Auatrla. S 21. TV, 



SBOLATI, Irfwnlda— statement 






BITTBRI,INa, Alfred— arrested on di«rg« of 

violating Sullivan gun law. Jl 4. S:4 
BJARKI.AND. PfaUlp A., see Aeronautio— 

U. 8.— Arrests 
BJEBBEOAARD, Marie, see Erdmann. A. 
BJVBSTEUT, Halla— engaged to F. Mallory. 

Ag 24, 22:2 
BLACK, <Lt) Bdcat — sentence for having 

taken money and being drunk confirmed 

by Prea, Ag 10, 11, 2:1 



BLACK. (Oer) Jatne* D,— again wins guber- 
natorial nomination. Ag 3. S:S 
BLACK, (M. T. Ben) LorlBg M., Jr.— will be 

candidate for Democratic nomination for 
Diat Atty of Kings County. Jl 10. 12:T: Ir 
Ti pay of N Y leglslat - " -" " " ' -■- 



by CltlMna 



San Franciso— 

Bomb Plot 
BlIXS, see under U. 8.— Congress: Leglsla- 



need tor price fixing comm, . 

lenry— death. Ag 10, S3:S 



BILLT, Edoaard ds— death and career. Jl 13, 
1:2: Ir by Gertrude Atherton. Jl 14, 10:6: 
tribute by Justice Dowllng In Lafayette- 
Mame Day address, S 7, 3:1 

BILTMOBB OonnttT Olob— plana. Statement 
by J. Travis, S 7. X, 1:1 



BLACK-TKROATBD Bunting, see Birds 
BLACK Tom Island BiplOBlaD— Dr. P. B. 

Altcndorf saya that L. Wlckes, allaa P. 
Walirskl, former German spy. caused ex- 
plosion. As 24, II, 2:2; claimants against 
Lehigh Valley R R Co fear effect of AI- 
tendorf's statement. As 26, 18:3 
BLACKBTT, Baatl P.— tells how Britain ta 
guarding the rupee, Ag 12. 18 :S 



Julv^tpt, 1»1». THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. 



¥■ In U. S. ; 



'> JM^h A.—wllI receive DSC 



in Adlrondack_^< 
&bout hia 1 



BI.ACKFOBD, fmmmt MmnriM— death. As 

27. 11:4 
BLACK X All. I— 

Hammond, C. killed near bome of Ure. S. 

P. Fetter after 110.000 demand was made 

on her. A^ 18, II:* 

BLACKWEIJ/B lelkBd, Me Piiw>n»-N T C 

BLAINE. Marjerie— slgna wlch A. H. VTooda, 

As 4. 8:7 
BLAIB, 0*or«« W.— death, Ag 8. 9:4 
BLAIR. N>rle L.. ■«« Hamilton, P. H. 
BLAIB. B. B.— eon and he rescued from 

wrecked sloop. S3, S :3 
BLAKB, (Capt) OMffrer— appointed Naval 

Attache to Britleh Em" '- " " ' 

his way to U. S., As 
BLAKE, (Dr — • 

J] 1. S:3 
BLAKB, Tiffany, »« Ford, H.— Chlcaso 

Tribune lilwl suit. 
BLAXELOCK, Balph A.— will spend Summer 

._ .^.___. ... -t^„„ ji 4 ig.3. death 
Van R. Adama talks 

— — t days. As 11. 11:1; funeral 

^ana. As 13, 11:3: funeral; measase from 

I^res Wilson. As 10, ll:fll chara^erisUcs 

of his pictures. As IT, VII, 13:1 
BLAKBLT, (Brie Oaa) CIuulu 8.— career, 

sp art. As 34. VII. 8 :« 
BLAKBBUIB, HsFrick C— death, 8 2, 1T;S 
BLANCHARD, (Praf) Arthar H.— will teach 

tdehway ensUieerlns at Unlv of Ulch, S 31, 

BLANCHABD, Clarence J.— tells of oppor- 
tunities for soldiers In reclaimed lands In 
South, S 1, 10:S 

BLAND. (V. 8. Bepr) Ok» E.— sars It Is 
more important to lower Uvlns costs for 
' ' — public than to protect market 



says misuse of Qovt funds would 
latlon, 8 2T, 10:3; reply by Repr 
I 28, 3l>:e 

I Interior Dept 



BLIND, The (continued)— 
Kessler, founder of Fenmment Blind B»- 
llef War Fund, decorated by Kins Albert 
for work done for BelglsJi blinded sol- 
diers. As 3, 1D:B: Urs. O. A. Kessler 
awarded Serbian Cross for work done by 
Permanent Blind Relief War Fund. As 
34, 11 1:3; C. Cossum, pardoned from 
Sins Sine, operates a typewriter, 8 U. 
20 :f: Ir from Mile. Marie FlUat to Per- 
manent Blind Relief War Fund, thMlk* 
them far their help to the RonMnlan 
bUnd, S 21, II. 2:2; Ur. and Mrs. Eeasler, 
founders of Permanent Blind Relief' War 
Fund, return to U. S. to raise funds ; pleaa 
from Queen Flixabeih of the Belslans and 
Mme, Paderewskft, S 23, 21:1; S 28, 14:1 
8« also Kahn. O. 

BLIMDME8B— Natl Com for the Prevention 
of Blindness warns asalnst number at 
deaths and cases of windneas caused by 
wood alcohol, S 7, 1S:1 

BLINN. HDlbn»k— real BUS from Actors' 
Ekiuity Aasoc. Kg 10, 1:5; views on actors' 
strike, 8 21. Ill, 8:1 

BLIH8, (Dr.) Fdwln Muniell— death and 
career. As 8, S:4 

BLISS. O. W.— testifies before Natl BlectrlC 
Rvs Comm. As 14, 2:7; ed, As W, 10:2 

BLI88, IMaJ Q»n) TasliH^eiBned memo- 
randum of Amer peace deleeates on Shan- 
tuns sent to Pres Wilson, Jl IB. 1:4; did 
not regard memorandum as protest. JI 22, 



C. Bullitt tells Sen Fordsn Relations Com, 
S 13. 2:2 
BLOCB. (N. T. AsmemblymBB) Maariea— rec- 
ord summarized by Citliens Unl»n, As Ui 



. 10:3 



BLOCK, Balnh- 

Jewlsh ■ ■ ■"' 
22. 8:2 



Theatre of The Idle Inn, I 



Sea alsa U. 8.— Army— Supplies 
BLANTON, (C B. Bepr) Thomas Undsay— 
attacks J. B. Densmore for Hooney re- 
port, JI 30. 4:3; Introduces resolution 
aaklns Sec Wilson for more Mooney data, 
wants copies of Densmore' s Instructions BLOCBAI>B of 
Bitd names of alds^ As 2. 13:2; discusses " — " " 

S Wes Will 



BLOCK, a. John, ses Rand School for Social 

Science 
BLOCK CInb— Boys' clubhouse will be or- 

saniied In 112th St. N T C, As 20. 14 :4 
BLOCK Cnion "-'■' ">""'-' ""i' n™^!,. 



B Natl Social Unit Orsan- 



I brotherhoods. As 3. 2:1; 

Introduces resolution directing; Pret '*"' — 
o check R R s 



'fers'wlih^.'c. lleCorrolck -on lifUns It JI 
"' 10:7; will be lifted, decides Peace Con- 



ongTCM 



of anarchy exists, 

}f truckling to organized labor. 
Ak 6. 0:8: row with Repr Hardy In House 
debate on Densmore's Investigation of 
Moonev case. Ak 10. 12:4: row with Repr 
Treadway over tariff blU. Ag 22, 9:4; 
blocks 48 bills, holding up House 3 hrs; 
relniked by Repr Dew^t ::! S, 11:3 

BLATCH, (Hn) Harriot BtantoB— studied 
labor laws for women and children abroad, 
would set up democracy In Industrial rela- 
tions, JI 7, 13:3; Ir on new system of 
writlns beins tausht In British schools, 
JI 13. in. 2:2; reply by C. J. Newcomb, 
mgr. of The Amer Penman. Ir, J] 20. III. 
8:5: returns to U. 8. after studying Indus- 
triaj conditions in Ehirope; says war 
checked constructive work. As 16, 21 :2 

BLAU, Karl, alias KlehacUs— body found in 
canal in Berlin; secret Spartaclde tribunal 

>d, AslO. 1B:6; «d. As 18. 8:2; 

nitted by police to be " ' 



der admitted by police I 

nature. As 20. 32:1 
BLAD, (ei-Haslatrate) Wl 

Navy— Graf t. As 22 
BLEKCKKR, (Mrs.) 

14. 23:3 



[ pollUcal 
I, sea U. 8.- 



atdtude of Sep — 

peace treatr. S 14. III. 2:i. 
BLIND, The— Permanent Blind Relief War 
Fund alda Union of War Blinded, French 
■oc; ir of s'^f*"''" ^ ^- H^ron ^ ^■ 
Keaaler, chalrmao «t executive com of 
fund, JI 8, 18:1; B. Brieux tells of need of 
vocational work. In issue of Amer Journal 
tor Care nt Cilpptea. JI 7, 24:4; Q. A. 



trade In potash, dyi 

will remain under i ,. — ,_ . 

Com. JI 12, 1:6: German delegation at Ver- 
sailles Informed in Ir from Peace Confer- 
ence that treaty ratification by Oerroany is 
accepted, and that blockade will be raised; 
will be dlacuBsed by Interallied Supreme 
Council, JI 13, 1:6: decline in food prices 
reported in view of Impending raisins. JI 
13, 2:4: lilting causes unloading of Illicit 
stocks of foodstuffs, Beriln prices fall, JI 
17. 3:3: Pope Benedict In Ir to German 
episcopate expresses gratification at lift- 
ing, JI 10, 2:7; ppace Conference threatens 
to reimpose it unless (lennan troops evac- 
uate Baltic region. B 28, 6:9; ed. S 2». 12:4 

BIiOCKAnB of Hungary— Is still necessary, 
decides Council of 5 of Peace Conference 
JI 7. 10:4; Communists use airplanes and 
automobiles In order to outwit measure and 
smuggle out money, JI 14. 1:4; will be 
maintained by Allies as penally for break- 
ing of armistice by Bela Kun, JI 17. 1:0; 
Clemenceeu. In name of Peace Conference. 
BBVs It will be lifted only when Govt of 
Bela Kun Is ousted. JI 28. 1:7: raised by 
Bntpnte. Is report from Raale, Ag 12. 0:4 

BLOCKADE of Knisla— Hisa E. Flower. 
repr of unrecognized Soviet embassy In U. 
S.. tells Cpntral Federated Union that It 
should be lifted. JI 12. 3:8: Allies' Supreme 
Council will not permit free importations of 
food into Bolshevist areas, neutrals must 
co-operate or suffer economic penalties. JI 
17. 1 :5 : lifting demanded In resolution 
adopted by IntematI Trades Union L.on- 



40 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. JulffSept.. 1919. 



BLOCKAI>K of Bii»lK (continued)— 
KreflB Bt Amsterdam. Ag S. 17:3: opposed In 
resolution adopted at InteTnatI Socialist 
Conference at LAiceme, Ak H, 8:2; de- 
nounced by Sen Borah, who wants lirtins 
by U. S., 8 6. 4:1: ed. S 8, 12:3: U. S. will 
not Join In blockade ot Bolshevist Russia, 
but does not disapprove An Rio -French ac- 



tion. 



30. fl:4: 



BLOCNK, W. M.— death, Jl 28. 11:4 
BLITK, (anrKHin Gen) Ilop*rt— quoted by 

W. a. Bennet In reply to attack by Repr 
Byrnes onpurchase of ChlcftBO Speedway 
Hospital, Jl 18. 4:2; statemer" — — * 



Tlctoi^-recommended 

"tor'retirement tiecause of lUneas, Jl 15. " ' 
BLCE kna Gray - - 

Reelmental Hlstt 
BI.OB Sky Iawi. see B«,l-.= 
BLUM, AaalphDi C— death, Jl 
BIiITH, Joaepll— death, S 4. 13 
BI.I1MENTHAI. (D Co.— Pf 

S 13, ia:8 



BI.UMENTHAL, Qeo— arrives ( 
ii Qerman slnBei— • — "^ 

r C, Ag a. 11:4 

BLCMENTHAL, Sldner— urn 

ducUon as * — "— ^- 

8 19. 23:3 






redu^ng TlvlnE 



Mng 



BI.Tn'ENBIIBOH, (Mr*) Josephine Marjr— 

death, Jl aO, 31 :4 „ ^ ^ 

BOARDB. Mnnlclpal, •*» under NYC . 
BOAT Bervlce Aroand MonhattHii— Susgested 

by R, P. Bolton. Ir, Ak 28, 10:7 



an Amer Co which will Introduce 10-hr day, 



i £., scie Tex-York BOH 



BLOUOKTT, katherine C, »m Hadley. M. 
BIiOHM, Edward E.— adopts Mrs ICdna Van 

Wlnen as daughter, " "" "" " 
B1.0MBOBKN, Ernei 

2, Eh2 
BLOOM. Irwin and fl 

Producing Co 
BI.OOH. - 

■ - ! imitation ot raaerews 

BLOOM. (Kabbl) Mortimer 1. -extract from 

Rosh ha-Shanah sermon, B 26. 13:3 
BLOOM. Nathan, SM Sterling Accounting 



, (Dr) W. B.-death. Jl \%. 11 :8 
S C, Jl BOISDEPFBE. (Qea) Le Montan de— death 



■FBE. (Qea) 
Eer. Ag 20. II 



mother ^ves memorial c 



3 editor ot LAdlM* 
Home journal, a K». 11 :1 
BMl.AM. Aoatin— Jr on dsyUght saving, Jl 

18, 10:6 
noLAND (Jaraca J.) Co, Ine— Tr&nacitot 
of Judgment for (101, in In favor ot Ma- 
- ~ - - (red. 3 23 28 .g. in^ol- 



. In bankruptcy filed Againat, 



., .je European War— 
,s-20th DIv 
"■ '-- and Bonds 






BOLAND, Joha— death, Jl 18, 11:4 
BOLI>EN, (Bev) R. H.— seeks nomination to 
N Y Assembly. Ag 30, 18:2 
retura BOLIVIA- Minister of country calls on For- 
eign Minister of Areentlna and urges that 
negotiation of territorial dispute be ex- 
..... . . controversy concern- 



Ala., S 18. 12:5 
BOLLER, Cbarlea— death. Jl 25. 11:6 
BOLSHEVISM and BaUhotkl:— 

Armenia — Details of murder of 311 Perstana 

at Armavir. Ag 23. 3:7 

Ballle 8ea Operatlana Against Then— Brit- 
ish sink Red ships In Gulf of Finland and 
shell Kronstadt. Ag 20 1:2: Moscow d^ 
nles loss of ships at Kronstadt. Ak S3. 
3:8: British disable Red fleet antf de- 
fenses of Kronstadt, Ag 24. 3:8: Kron- 
stadt reported bombarded again. Ag 30. 



Reds toniedo 



r Victoria; 



BOBBlirS, Hayea— ItlUs 6 Mexican bandits. 

BOBLITT. <Mr«> Sybil— commits milclde 

after threatening t " — "'-' *" 



. Goddard. Ag 



eOBBDISK, see Bol she vikl— Poland, S ! 

BOBDLA. Titnr -— a..KwK f tx 

BODANZET. 



ArthBi^ 



e Schwab C. 



Julliiard 1 



BODEBHEIM, (Br) Hen 
charge of aaaault S 1, 7- 

BOniE, Btanler-^r on Gen O Ryan and tl 
regulars. S 15, 10:6 _ ^ ^ , ,__ „ 

BODINI, A orello— detained by Immlgratk 
authoriUes. S 13. 0:2; Bd of Special Ii 
Qulry bars hlra on ground that he is 
contract laborer; statement by W. J. tiUai 
of Metropolitan Opera Co, S 18. 18;; 
W J. Guard of Metropolitan Opc~ 

Sves his correct status on payroll. 
■5- ed Art and Ljibor, S 18, 12:4 
SOEBEBL. Andrew— death, Ag. T, 7 
BOEHM._Wilhi-- -'— '—' " 



S 18, 



control of Hun- 

.-l Govt Jl 18. 1:3: appointed 
H.i.ui.'iou.., In chief of Hungarian army, Jl 
10, 3:7; resigns os Minister of War of Hun- 
BOEh'mE. Hfrmaaa Otto— arrested In suit 
tor breach of promise brought by Elfrleda 
Amti, Ag 2. 18:3 
BOETTLER, (PollM 



raids oast side 






I of 



houses will start civil and criminal suila. 
S 30. 21:8 . .^ . . 

BOETTNEB, John A., •«« Accidents— Aero- 
nautics— U. S.— Dirigible Balloon 

BOGIN. Natban, i ■" " ""- 



N Y Bur of L«gal 



Bnlgarta— Red outbreak In Amboll reported. 
Jl 30, 15:4: riots and bloodshed said to 
taken place In some large towns. 



1.1:6 

lloom of Doctrine— Realized by Lenin, la 
report. Ag 13. 4:2: discussed by K. Kaut- 
Bky In his Terrorism and Co-Communist. 
S 9. 10:1: failure discussed by H. C. 
Hoover. S 17. 12:7 

England— 13 Reds arrested In Russian Offi- 
cers' training camp at Newmarket. Ag 11, 
1:4: L.ondon police In raid aelie docu- 
plannlng soviet revolution, Ag 12, 



1:3 

- ■ • - - -" nslve, Jl 2i 

yise. Ag 3. 
__ d by Juden- 

itch moves toward Petrograd. Ag IB. 4:5: 
Reds claim cniilure of Pskov. Ag 28, fl;3: 
Eslhonlans will meet Bolshevist envoys 
at Pskov to negotiate peace, S 6. 15:8; 
Bolshevist peace propOBBls will be ac- 
cepted. Is report from Berlin. S 16, 1»:7: 
peace neKotlntUms broken off. S 22. 15:4 

flerman A dilation— Special article by Q. D. 
Herron on Which shall remake peace, 
Germany or DemocraeyT Ag 3. VII. 1:1 

Qerman Austria— Red rule feared l^ EL 
von Stauss. Jl 4. 3 :2 ; Ranner and nanta 

i^eck Bolshevism, Ag S, 8:1 



Jvl^ept, 1919. THE NEW YOEK TIMES INDEX. 



B01.HHETI8M sad BDlmhcTlkl (continued) :— 
QenDBny— Statement by Dr O. Matlock. 

As in. 4:2; man named Deui. said to be 
American, la rounillne Botshevlst ceiKres 
In South Germany, Ag 19. IT -A 

Hnnrarr, mtm Hunflrary— Soviet Govt 

Indoilrlal WsrhprH of thr Wnrld~Attv Get) 
Newton says alms are alike, Jl 28. A:r> 

Italy—So vl el H ealabllahed In muny places 
In Tuscany and the Romasna following 
food riots, Jl S. i:\: NItll aays Reds can t 
rule country. Ag S. n:8 

Iieltlah BeiiDbllc— Bolohevist peace propos- 
als win be socepted, S 18, 19:7 

XttliBanlB — Mme OoEdawa-Turcxynowlci 
tells of condltfona under Red rule. Jl T. 
13:3; Poles Uke Mlnak. Ag S. 7:3; Poles 
start new offensive from Minsk, Ag 12, 
8:7: Fortress of Dvlnsk attacked by Reds: 
Uthuanlana Basert that Bolshevist force 
Is BuiTOUnded, S 3. 17:8; report that Reds 
propose peace neBOtlatlons. S 4, 17:4; 
S 10, 16:2; Russian Bolshevist peace pro- 

rsals wHI be accepted. Is Berlin report, 
16. 18:7; envoy In Paris denies that 
peace negntlatlons have begun. S 20, 5:7 

Uvonia — Riga reported taken by Reds, Ag: 
13. 4:3 

Mexico— W. Gates, In testimony td House 
Rules Com. accuses Carrania Govt of Bol- 
shevist tendencies and tells of Bolshevism 
In Tucatan. Jl 29. 1 :S ; forces are at work, 
E. L.. Doheny tells U. S. Forelsn Rela- 



vaslon feared, 250,000 men are oeing mo- 
bilized. Ag 14. 3i4; Dubno and Lutsk cap- 
tured from Reds. Ag 14. 4:3; Poles take 
Bovno fta. Ag 23. 3;B; Amer aviation 
•quadron belnc formed to aid fighl by 
Poles, Ag 28. 14:2; Poles capture Bobru- 
isk; Letts nnd Lithuanians take Novo- 
alexandrovBk, with many prisoners and 
guns. S 2, 16:3: Red Cross will send relief 
to Uinsk. S 4. 17:4; Poles repel attack on 
T>vlna. S B, 19:1; Poles cross Berealna and 
take town ot BoHsoff, S 17. 17:2; Poles 
reach the Dvlna and cut Red coRimunlca- 
1 between Kiev and Petrograd. 



17:8 



J, S 28, 17:3 

by Reds. S 2fl, 18:8 
Fort Dgsl— -Number of workmen Imprisoned 
(or circulating propaganda among troops. 



Ag: 



i. 18:7 



E for Western Eu- 



rratMgsnda— L<enln. In li 
Hungao' la to be bas 

rppe: delegation retui — „ ._ ,__. 

trom Moscow Is said to have obtained 
several million counterfeit English and 
French banknotes for use, Jl 12. I :B ; Pres 
Wilson tella Sen New that pence treaty 
wlOl Germany contained no provision to 

erohlblt propaganda fro— " 
1 U. 8. and allied com . 

RnmanU— Oovt refuses request o 

kl to withhold aid from Ukrainians ana 
Kolchak forces, Jl 6, 3:2; Bolshevist dele- 
gation sent to Klchnev lo negotiate peace 
with Rumanians, Ag 20. 0:7: report of 
peace overtures confirmed. Ag 31. 3:4; 
volunteer troops called tor concentration 
on Dniester In anticipation of disorders. 



Haton udc* churches In U. .. 
agalnrt It, Jl 18; 0:2; can be checked by 
sending food to Europe, Jl 19, 3:4: Ger- 
many Is planning world-wide drive to 
extend prlndplea advocated by I.enln and 
Trotiky, declares I* Pouschlne, who says 
b« baa documentary proof. Ag 13, 4:4; 
Pre* Wilson says In Des Moines that It 



BOI.SHBTISM and BaUbevlkl:— Spread of 
mrtuenee (conUnued)- 
may spread En II. S. unless delay on 
peacs treaty In Sen ends. S 7, 2:8 



r the wor 



, Ag 13. 4 



Sweden— RuBBlans lield In Stockholm (or 
hanging of N. ArdaaJeff, Ag 1. 4:3; 16 
Russians. Including 8 women, arrested on 
suspicion of t>elng members of political 
murder league concerned with murder at 
Ardtujeff, Ag 11. 1:4 

Swltirrland— Zurich police discover plant 
making counterfeit Amer and Bngllsh 
notes, several arrests made. Jl 11. S ;8 ; 
warning Issued by Pres Ador, Jl 33. 2:3; 
Swiss Antl-Bolabevlst Com offers govt In- 
itiative petition demanding passage of law 
to punish propagandists, which will be 
submitted to people for vote, Ag 1, 11:4: 
Baron von Treek, German, arrested «S 

Bed agent s 21, 7:7 

Trieste— Outbreak said to have b«eB In- 
cited by a Bavarian, suppressed, Ag 7, 
14:1 

Ukraine-— Odessa retaken from Reds, Jl 
4, 3:2: Oregorleff enters Odessa; wants 
to Join Allies against Reds, Jl S, 6:4: 
many Jews lost lives In operations be- 
tween Soviet forces ajid Oregorleff who 
Is an tl- Jewish, C. Harmsworth t«Ua 
House of Commons. Jl 9, 17:4: Reds re- 
port capture of Konstantlnograd. Jl 23, 
S:3: Petlura and Gregorieff unite In rear 
of Bolshevlkl and march on Kiev, Jl 2S, 



Reds abandon Vinnitsa, Ag 14, 4:3: Denl- 
kln nears Odessa; Petlura Is pressing on 
toward Kiev with view of cutting rys to 
the south, Ag 18. 18:3; Petlura captures 
'Zwerlnka. Ag 18, 4;1; Reds lose Odessa, 
"" "■-> l>e evacuating Kiev and entire 



with an ti -Bolshevist leaders In Stockholm 
to plan offensive against Petpograd. Ag 
22. 8:2; Odessa recaptured from Reds re- 
ported to be fleeing from Petlura' s 
troops, Ag 23, 3 :B : Kiev reported taken 
by Ukrainians. Ag 28. 3:3; recapture 0( 
Odessa from Bolshevlkl confirmed, Ag 
27. 6:2; Denlkin nears Kiev. Ag 29. 7:3: 
Dubovka captured by Reds; anti-Red 
forces near Kiev. 8 4. 1T:4: Denlkin oc- 
cupies Kiev, S, 8. 18:4: Ukrainians ad- 
vance beyond Kiev, 8 10. 10:2: BolihV- 
vlkl offer to make peace. S 24, 19:8 
See alse Ukraine—Allied Intervention 
United States:— 
Allied Loyalty League formed to fight 

BoIshevlBt tendencies, Jl 27. 24:1 
Churches urged by Russian Metropolitan 
Platon to unite agalnat spread of doc- 
tHne, Jl 15. 6:2 
Comwell, (Gov) J. J., tells NaU IWnt, 
on. and Varnish Assoc that radical 
labor plans overthrow o( Govt and 
alms to establish eovlels. S 23. IB:8 
Counterpropaganda suggested by Rep 



4. 24:3 



1 combat I 



rsi 



Eldltorials— The mind of the nation, 8 10. 
10:4 

Elks pledge entire membership In fight 
against Reds. Jl 10. 19:4 

Knights of Columbus campaign against it 
told by Rev J. J. Wynne. Ag 17. IV, 
7:4 

Labor, Effect on— J. P. Holland tells N. 
T. S. Legislative Com that Amer labor 
Is proof agnlnst propaganda; gives 
names of lenders and unions alleged 
to favor revolution. Jl 18, 1B:J 

Lithuanians-Plans formed by Federation 
of Lithuanian Catholic Socs of Amer 
to combat Bolshevism, Ag 19, 32:2 

Ijowden, (Gov) P. O.. bssbIIs them In 
speech to Elks. Jl 11. 10:7 

MIchlgsn— Growth of movement cited by 
S. Gompers In statement to House 
Judiciary Com to sustain charge that 
prohibition forces are aiding and abet- 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtUv^epU. 1919. 



BOIjBHBTIBH mad BolBhaTlkl: — Cnltod 

SlatPi:— MIchlKan {continued)— 

tins BolBhevlBm by oppreaalve leBJala- 
tlon doprlving workers oT their beer, 
Jl 4, 4:2: ed, Jl B, ]6:3 

Minor, Robert, driven from KsnaKs City, 
Kan, 8 SO. 21 :T 

Moving Pictures— H. Lopei attacked In 
NYC theatre when he applaude pic- 
ture BhowInK Red outrageB, S 8. 28:3: 
ed, S 10, 10:4 

Myers. (U. S. Sen) H. L.., predicts move 
for Soviet rule. 8 12. 1:3 

Natl Security Lieague campalKn, >ee Natl 
8«CUrity League 



BOI^HBTIBM and Balabevlkl: — VrnUt* 

Stat«i-N. L,. S. Le^slaUve Corn's Inveitl- 

Satlon (continued)- 

Jl 2S 6:1; Svarc gives out list of 500 
RuBslaiiH whom Oennany passed 
through to Russia. A. Schell examlnal. 
Jl 2fl. S:l: trip up.gCate postponed he- 
cause of clues discovered by secret Id- 
vestlgators; Mme Havvlch. ascnt o( 
Russian Bolshevist Govt In N Y C. 
sought; translators are working on 
article culled from Russian and Fin- 
nish papers in N Y C advocating revo- 
~ '.a L.usk subpoenaed to appesr 



In 



of Rand 



I by i 



i cancels parade of Russiar. 

Jl 3, 1:1: C. S. Davison assails N Y 

rrmltting Russian 
Jl 4, 4;5; A — — 

Smith asked byAme'r RueaJan Con, ._, 
the Relief and SalvaUon of Russia for 
Inquiry Into canceling of intended 
meeting at Carnegie Hall and lack of 
adequate police protection. Jl 8. 32:2: 
ed. Jl 9, 12:5: Mayor Hylan. In Ir to 
Natl Civil Liberties Rur. says police 
protection was not asked for Camegia 
Hall meeting on July 4. Jl 10. 1D:3: 
eds, Qov Smith replies to Gen Dobr- 

enkBy and leaves affair In hands of 
T Police Dept. Jl II. 10:0, 
N. T. a Legislative Corn's Investigation 
—Court refuses to set aside search 
warrant for raid on headquarters of 
Russian Soviet Bur. Jl 1, 13:1; Mrs. 
B. H. MalUy, Executive Sec of Rand 
School, refuses to testify unless pub- 
lic be admitted and she be attended 
by counsel: methods denounced by S. 
ifntermyer; 3. A. Embry testifies 
about reign of terror under Bolshevikl 
in Russia, Jl 9. 17:1; S. Untennyer 
will be counsel for Rand School In ar- 
gument In Supreme Court against can- 
cellation of charter: demands that S. 
NearlnK be heard; J. A. Embry sums 
up observations of Red rule In Siberia, 
JlIO, 4:2; ed, Jl 11, 10:4; Justice Mc- 
Avoy orders thst papers seized In 
Rand School be turned over to Su- 
preme Court; discovery of Red prop- 
aganda up-State and in Canada; S. J. 
Block says Grand Jury will be asked 
about methods used in obtaining and 
executing search warrants. Jl 12, 6:S: 
only small fraction of evidence made 

Subtle; evidence will be turned over to 
Istrlct attys; inquiry aims to dis- 
cover what Interests are financing 
propaganda, Jl 13, 10:1: Rand School 
wins temporary writ prohibiting use 
of papers until charter trial. Jl IT, 
17:4: J. P. Hollond tesUfles that Amer 
labor Is proof against propaganda; 

eves names of leaders and unions al- 
ffed to favor revolution ; documents 
show I W W plans to tie up world 
shipping: Rand School Injunction up- 
set by Justice McAvoy, Jl IS. 1S:1; 
calling of extra session of Legislature 



e of papers selied 

New York State Supreme Court Investiga- 
tion—Court will be convened In extra 
session on order of Gov Smith to try 
case of TBdlcala, Jl 10. 1 :T (iov Smith 
calls special sesElon. Justice Weeks 
will preside, Jl 14, 17:2; wlU fight 
ultra-radical publications. S 21. 19:2 

Practical test of theories suggested by 
Comrade Enlnei, Ir, Jl 9, 12:6 

Prohibition, Effect on— S. Gompers tell> 
House Judiciary Com that oppressive 
legislation Is aiding and abetting Bol- 
shevism; gives growth in HIcli, J) 4. 
'••>• -••. Jl 5. 16:3 



being spread through community 



1 of marine workers revealed, Jl 

21, 0:1; InvesUgatlon will be fought 
by Socialists who plan war chest, Jl 

22. 10:2: evidence of prolecl of sol- 
diers and sailors' soviet to become af- 
filiated with l<eft Wing Socio list or- 
ganizations; secret meetings held In 
Buffalo. Jt 23, 28:2: B. H. lihl. Asst 
Comr of Immlfsratlon asks for evi- 
dence on I W W activities and assigns 



rule in Russia and German Influence, 



Grts on growth for the Natl ^curibf 
ague. Jl 14, 17:2 
Youngslown, 0—118 Russians held after 

rsTd, Ag 21. 4:3 
8m also Anarchists— U. S. 
TstleaB-Munlch Post reports that Lenin 
and Bela Kun sought to get In touch, Ag 
T, 8:8 
World ReTBlnllsB— Is Inevitable saya Bela 
Kun. Jl 23. 1:4: plan to further it found 
in Berlin, Ag 13, 13:4 
8m also Agitators: Aliens: Bombs; Immi- 
gration— Deportations— Agitators; Indus- 
trial Workers of the World; Radicals; 
RUBsia- Bolshevist Govt: Socialists 
■lOLTON. Ort— article on collaboration In 

playwrighting, Jl 27. IV, 2;4 
BOLTON, Beginald WUliau 

service around Manhr 

BOMB Etploslons:— 
Anbamdale, I~ I— Murphy, Gerald H.. 9, 

* testing homemade bomb, A( 28, 9:2 

' ' ' ' ' home of M. 



taken, Jl 2. 24:2; Jl 4, 1:3; Jl 5, l»;2 
disturbances. Jt !>. S:4 
Maitsdale, N ¥ — Cement bomb found near 
home of F. F. Payonls, Ag 28, 6:3 



atlDB wide Plot— eds on little progress 

made in apprehending criminals. Ak a, 8:3 
Wanlilngtaa, I>. C— Store destroyed, Ag IS. 

2:7 
Wllkes-Barre— Lehigh and Wltkea-Barre Co 

colliery wrecked. Jl 7, )a:4 



I shell-loading plant at PoK 

i^ciawnri: made public by HoUse sub-COTn 
Investigating ordnance expcndlturea, 8 2. 
0:1: Marl In -Rockwell Loading Co denies 
alleged extravuganccs In Port Penn con- 
tract, S 4, 13:2 

BOMB Threats— Amer Legion receives bomb 
threat to halt German music, 8 28, 20:3 

BOMBARI>EBE. l«rla— arreMod on chsirge 
of arson. Ag 1, 5:4 



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I, Daisy (conttn- 



BOORB:— BcrlaWB:— . 
ued)— 

rle. Ak si, VIII, 437:2; Ir by Helan 



I Henry WhItBlkw— de&th, t 

.. , , . . _ )wl« — doalh, 

BOND * KOBTOAOB Oni 

t«rly (llvd, Jl 30, 23:1 

BOND HBlnmen-i Bchool— H. L.. Doherty A 
Co wilt open otie, Ab 21. 17:4 

BOND Thetti, see Larcenies— N T C 

BONDS, •« Stocks and Bonda 

BONILLAH, (Amb) YrnBcIa— defends Car- 
ronia's mle, Jl 15, 17:4: exception taken to 
defense of Carranza regime by NutI Assoc 
for the Protection of Amer Rlshts. Jl IT, 
3:8; boom for Pres of Mexico atarted: says 
In statement to the Amer people that Car- 
ranza Oovt Is stable and prolectlnK tot^ 
elgners; says there has been no Instance 
of confiscation of oil property or that pro- 
ducing- co's are not paying any royalllea. 
Jt 27. 3:3: Ir from R. M. Carlllo refutlnr 
charges against Mexican exiles In U. 



„ - _. -^ - 2;T; 

considered by L.. Cabrera as fitted to con- 
duct neKotlatlons between U. S. and Mexi- 
co for reciprocal border guard; denies he 
has been ordered to return to Mexico: dis- 
cusses intervention and oil situation, Ac 
24. 2:4. S 
BONNET, H.— calls for ratification of 
LAaeue of Nations In address to Radical 
Socialist Congress in Paris, 8 22. 3:8 
BONUS tor Soldiers, see U. S.^Army— Bonus 
BONC8K8. see Best A Co; Franklin Simon 
Jt Co; Mechanics' Bank of Brooklyn: St 
ZdUls Poat-Dlspatch : Western Union Tele- 
sraph Co 
BON ZANO.tAnsliU shop) OlaTUml— Received 

by Pope Benedict, Jl 7. 1S:5 
BOOK 8HOFB, Bee Arnold. VT. H. 
BOOKMAKINO. Bee Horses-RsClnK— BettitIK 
BOOKB:— 

Beit Baoks— Amy Lowell compiles book- 
shelf of modem poets, Jl 13. VIII, 366:4 
Chlldnn's Beeke— S T. Vin, 462:2 
niBstntllone, see Art— Exhibitions 
FopnlaritT-Ed. Ag 31, VXII. 4*0:1 
PabUcMlen. see Publishing: BualDesa 
BevlewliUE-^r by A- W. Welch, Ag 10, VIII, 

410:2 
Bevlews :— 
Abbott. Samuel. The Dramatic Story of 

Old Glory, Jl IS, VIII, 372:1 
Abdullah, Achmed. The Trail of the 
Beast, Ak 3. VIII, 391:1 
Ichom. Edgar O., and B. N. Teal. The 
n QuanUty. S 14, VIII, 469:1 



Advertising Interests. Inc.. Solving Ad- 

vertlBlnr Problems, Ag ID. vni. 406:4 

Alkman. Henry O., The Groper. Ag 8, 



I, VIII, 502:2 _ 
lymous. Mr 
./111 and Oth 
VIII. 600:2 

Anonymous. Mr. Punch's History of the 
Great War, S 28. VIH, 600:1 

Anonymous. More B. K. Means. S SI, 
VIII, 483:2 

Anonymous. The Story of a Lover. S 28, 
VIII, 494:2 

Ashforf. Dalav. The Young Visiters. Jl 
27. Vin. 386:1: ed, Ag 3. VIII.. 392:1; 
ed questioning authorship, Aj; 24, 
VIII, 428:1; Isabel F.- Burbank de- 
scribes Daisy Ashford as she la today 
«nd tells how book. The Young Vis- 
iters, came into hands of Sir J. Bar- 



Bostwlck. i 



. Vlll, 603:2 



Aulnoy, Countess d', Chlldrei 
S is. VIII, 603:2 
VIII, 457:1 

Babbitt. Irving. Rousseau and Roman- 
ticism, E 7, VIII. 449:1 

Bain bridge. WlUlam Seaman. Medical and 
Surgical Developments of the WiT, 
Ag 10. VIII. 405:2 

Barclay. (Sir) Thomas, Collapse and Re- 
construction, Jl 13. VIII. 369:1 

Barker. ESsa. Last Letters from the 
Living Dead Man. Ag 17, VIII, 421:2 

Barnes, James H., Picture Analysis of 
Golf Strokes, Ag 24, VIII. 433:1 

Bartlett, Frederick O.. Joan ft Co. Jl 27, 
VIII, 381:2 

Bartley. Nalbro, A Woman'a Woman. S 
7. VIII. 440:2 

Battey. George M.. Jr. 70.000 Miles OO a 
Submarine I>estroyer, S 28. Vin, 60«:3 

Begble. Harold, The Conviction of 
Christopher Sterling. Jl 13, 366,2 

Blckerstart-Drew, Frank. John Ays- 
Hugh's Letters to His Mother During 



Igelow. Poultney. Prus 

Ism. Ag 24, VIII. 432:2 
Birmingham. G. A-. Our Caaualty. 8 21, 

VIII. 473:3 
Bishop. Joseph R, Roosevelt's Letters to 

HlB Children: reviewed by C. W. 

Thompson. 3 14, VIII. 467:1; ed. 8 21. 



467:2 
Bllnn. Edith. The Edge of the World, Jl 

6, VIII, 359:2 
Bodenhelm, Maxwell. Minna and Myself. 

Ag IT, VIII. 416:1 
Bond. A. Russell. InvenUons of the Great 

War. S 21. VIII, 482:1 
Bower. B. M,, The Thunder Bird, Jl 0. 

VIII, 359:2 
Bower. Marlon, and Leon M. Uon, The 

Chinese puizle. S 7. VIII, 447:1_ 
Brodle-Innes. J. W,. The Golden Rope. 

Ag 10, ■V^^. 40S:4 
Brody, Alter. A Family Album. S 7. 

VIII, 461:1 
Brown. Louise Fargo, The Freedom of 

the Seas, Ag 31. VIII. 439:1 
Buchan. John. Mr. Standfast. Ag 17. 

VIII. 414 13 _ 

Burt Katharine N., The Branding Iron, 

Ag 24, VIII, 434:1 
Bynner. Witter. The Beloved Stranger. 

Ag 17. VIII, 416:1 „ 

Byrd John W.. The Bom Fool. Jl 2T. 

Cabell. James Branch. Jurgen. S 28. VIII, 

Canby.* Henry 8., Our House. Jl 27. VIII, 



Cannan, Gilbert, Mummery, Ag 24, VIH. 

42,'5:1 
Cartwrlght, George W., Mutual Interests 

of Ijibor and Capital. 8 7, VIII, 449:2 
Chandler, Edmund, The Long P — •* *— 

Bagdai" " "• ""' '"- ■ 



Cohen, Julius Henry, An American La- 
bor Policy. Ag 17, VIII. 417:2 
en._pctavus Roy, Polished Ebony, 8 



velleti 8 14. Vllf, 4 



^^caoyGoOglc 



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BOOKS i—B«Tlew* (continued) :— 



Ci-am, Ralph A.. The Nemeala of Medl- 



_, _, P. Wheeler. As 

10, VIIl, 401:2; Ir^Ag 31. VIII. 444:2: 
Creel repUea to Wheeler, Ag 31, VIII, 
444:2 

Crowe, (Ueut) Jamea R., Pat Crowe, 
Aviator. Ag 10. VIII, 403:1 

CummlnB, Q. D., The Land Thoy Loved, 
S 28, VIII, G(H:2 

Cunningham. A. B.. SlnKlne Hountalns. 
S 28, Vin, 604:1 

Curtlaa. Harrlette A., Realms of the Liv- 
ing Dead. Ag 3. VIII, 394:1 

DallBB. H. A., Death, the Gate of Life? 
Ak 3. VIII, 3B4:1 

Daniels, Josephua, The Navy and The 
NaUon, Jl 13, VIII, 370:1 

DawBOn, William H., The German Em- 

flre; reviewed by M. F. Egan. Ag 
7, VIII. 413:2: Ak 24. VIII, 42S:2 
Iceland, Margaret, Small Things— Lr by 
J. d. Dorr on review, Jl 8, VTir »e2:S: 
Ira by Catherine S. Annable and Wini- 
fred Mansfield, Jl 37, VIII 3S3 :1 : Th« 



Harland, Marlon, The Carrlngtons of High 

Hill, S 31, vm, 474:1 
Harper, Wllhelmlna. Off Duty, As U. 

VIII, 408:4 
Harris-BurlaJid, J. B., The Siadow ot 

MaJreward, Ag 24, VIII, 427:1 
Hays, Harold M., Cheerio, Ak 10. VTII. 

Ha«en.' (Prof) Charlea D., Fifty Yfton 0* 
Europe: reviewed by M. F. Egaa. Jl 
13, VIII, 3te:l 

Hendiich. Ellwood. Percolator Paiiera; S 
28, VIII, S01:l 

Hershey, AmoB B. and Susanne W.. Mod- 
em Japan. S 14. VIII, 462:1 

Hewlett, Maurice. The Village Wife's IM.- 



Hlne. Muriel. The Hidden Valley, J] M. 

VIII, 374 :2 
Hope, Anthony, The Secret of the Tower. 

Ag 17, VIII, 414:2 
Hope, Ethel Penman, Dr. Paul, S 28. vm, 



7, VHL 420:2 
SB of Raffles 
A Hlatory of 
III, 478:1 
Betrayers. S 

jglea. Ag 24, 

Duggan' Stephen Pierce, The League of 

NaUons, § 21. VIII, 480:1 
Duhamel. Geoi^s, The Heart's Domain, 

S 2S. VIII. 503:1 
England. Oeorge A., Cursed, Jl 27, VIII, 

Briberger, M.. The League of Nations, S 

14. Vlll, 4«2:3 ^^ 
Fabre, M. Souvenlra EntomologlaueB. ed, 

Jl 13, VIII. 388:1 
Farre, (Lieut) He:..,. _._, 

France. Jl fl, VIII. 382:1 
Fauley. Wilbur F., Jenny Be Oood, 8 21, 

VIII, 476:1 
Ferrero. Gugllelmo, Problems of Peace, 

Jl 20^ Vin. 373:2 
Fisher. Fred B., Indla'a Silent BevolUtiOD. 

Ag 17, VIII, 420:1 
FiBher. (Prof) Irving, How to Uve. Ag 

31, VIII, 438:1 
Fletcher, C. Brundson, The Problem of 

the Pacific, Ag 17, VIII, 421:1 
Ford, J. D. M., Main Currenta of Spanish 

Llteratu™, S 28, VIII. 500;1 
Ford. Sewell, Shorty McCabe Gets the 

Hail, B 21. VIII, 478:2 
Forman, Elizabeth C. King of the Air 

and Other Poems, Jl 20, VIII. 378:1 
Fox, Marlon, The Myatery Keepers, Ag 

21. VIII. 434:2 
Futabatcl, An Adopted Husband. Jl 20. 

VIII. 373:1; Ir by G. D. Colegrove, Jl 

27, VIII, 388:2 
Gee, Joseph, leiiaos, Ag 24, VIII. 426:2 
Glbbs. Plilllp. The Street of Adventure, 

Ag, 17, VIII. 410:1 
CkiodRian. Daniel C, The Taker. Ag 3, 

VIII, 390:2 
Gray, Joslyn, Ruaty Miller. Jl 6, VIII, 

366:1 
aregory. Lady, The Kil tartan Poetry 



Iregory, Lady, The 1 
Book. S 81, VIII, 477 



Hopklna, J. Castell, 'CanaAa &t 'War. 

1014-1918, S 28, VIII. 602:1 
Humphrey. Zephlne. The Hameate&d. Jl 

20, VIII, 374:2 

Hurd. Archibald, and U. H. Bashtord. 

The Heroic Record of the Britlah 

Navy. S 28, VIII, 4S3:1 

Huyamane, J. K., En Route, Jl U, VUL 

360:2 
Hyslop, Jamea H., Life After Deoth, AsS. 

vm. 394:1 
Ibanez, Vicente Blasco, Mare Nostmnw 

Ag 17. VIII. 413:1: ed, S8, 12:6 
Irwin. Violet Wits and the Woman. S U. 

Vlll, 4«7:2 
Irwin, Wallace. The Blooming Angel, Ag 

10, VIII, 402:2 
JacobB. W. W.. Deep Waters. 8 14, VIII. 

468:1 
Jones, Henry A.. Fatrlotlam and Popular 

EdueaUon; reviewed by B. Matthews 

Ag 3, VIII. 380:2 
Jordan. Elizabeth. The Girl In the Mirror, 

Ag 24, VJII. 426:3 
Kauffman, Reginald W,, The Aiure Rose, 

Jl 20, Vlll, 375:1 
Kawakaml, K. K.. Japan and World 

Peace, Ag 10, VUI. 400:1 
Kaye-Smlth, Sheila, The Four Roads, 8 

21. VIIl. 476:1 

Kellogg, Paul U., and Arthur CHeason, 

Britlah Labor and the War, Jl «, VIIL 

381:1 
Kelly. Florence Finch. What Anurlea 

Did. Ag 3. Vllt, 393:1 
Key, Pierre V. R., John McCormack. Ag 

31. VIII, 439:2 
Kins. Basil, Going West Ag SL VUI, 

438:2 
Kirk, Harris Elliott The Consuming 

Fire, Ag 24, VIII. 432:1 
Knopf, Alfred A.. Gone West Jl 20. Vm. 

378:2 
Koehler (Lt Col) H. J., Koefaler Wert 

Point Manual of Disciplinary Training, 

8P art. Jl 20. VII. p 6 
Kreutz, Rudolf Jeremlaa, Captain Elllner. 

S 21. VIII, 481:1 
Lane. Jeremy, Yellow Uen bleep, 8 14. 

VIII. 4S8:1 
Laughlln, J. Laurence, Honey and Prtoeft 

Ag 3, VIII. 398:1 
Lecompte, Georges, Oeones Clenenceatl, 



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Vin. 454:3 
I^everue, Henry.^Tho White Cipher, Jl 

13, V-III, 3W:i 

I«verhuliiie. Ijord, The Six-Hour Day and 
Other Industrial FroblemB, 8 21, Vtll, 
485:1 

Lay, J. W. T- The Dlckem Circle; re- 
viewed by B. Matthews, JI 6. VIII, 
3GT:1 

Lieberman, Ellas, Paved Streets. S 14, 
VIII. 46fl:2 
Ipplncott, Hora 
Pennsylvania. __. ___ ._ 

Livingstone, W. P., Christina Forsyth of 

FUvtiland, Ag *' " ' 

«cke, WUItam J 

20, VUl, 313:4 
Loeb's Classical Library, Jl B, VIII. 382:4 
Lone. WUltam J., How Animals Talk, 8 

14, VIII, 462:2 

L-iwe, Corlnne, Saul, S 21. VIII, 483:1 
LdWell. Amy, Pictures of the FlostInK 

World, B is. VIII, 488:2 
Ltynde, Francis, David Vallory. Ag 24, 



and The Mother's Book, i 

478:2 
MacCBthmhaolI, Seoeamh. The Mountain 

Singer, S 21. VIII, 477:1 
McCutcheon. GeorKO Barr,. Sherry, S 21,' 

Mackenzie. CaDipton, Sylvia A Michael, 
Ag 3, VII, 300:1 
McKpwan,^ Evan^ Janet of Kootenay, 8 



BOOKS i—BeviewB (continued) :— 

Reoce, (Ldaut) Robert H., Nlsht Bomblns 
With the Bedoulna. Jl «, VUI. S62:l 

Reynolds, Mrs Balllle. Tho King's Wid- 
ow. Jl 6, Vlll, 8Sg:4 

RIdeout, Henry Mllner, The Slamsse Cat. 
a 28, vm, 481:1 

Rinehart, Mary Roberts, DansBTOus 



Ro^juul, ,Henry C, Pearl Island, Ax 10, 



Pale Horse, Ak U, 
>lpb, Cervautea, Ag 
Und Red Curtain*, 
All the World. Jl 



Today. Ag 3. VlII. 394:1 
Mtrrick, Leonard. The Man Who Under- 
stood Women. S 28, VIII. 488:1: The 
Position of PsKsy Harper, S 28, VIII, 

Merwin, Samuel. The Pasatonate Pllsrlm, 

As 10, VIII. 401:4 
UlUa, K. A.. The Grizzly, Jl 27, VIII. 

383:2 
MontKoroary, L. M.. Rainbow Valley, S 

21, VIII. 484:1 



Mundy, Talbot, The Ivory Trail. Jl 13. 
, The Toys of Peace. Jl fl. 



An tl- Submarine. S 7. VIII, 449:2 
Nlcoll. (Sir) W. Robertson. Reunion in 

Elernlly. Ag 3, VII, 384:1 
Nlven. Frederick, The L.ady of the Cross- 

Ing. S 14. vni. 488:2 
Nordhoff, Charles Bernard, The Fledg- 

llng. Jl 6. VIII, 362:1 
Norris. Kathleen. Slatera. S 28. VIII. 488:3 
O'Brien, Edward J., The Great Modern 

Bnsllsh Stories. Jl 8. VIII, 362:2 



Vin. 488:1 
Pertwee. Roland, The Old Card, S 21, 

VIII, 478:1 
Phtllpotts, Eden, Storm tn a Teacup, As 

81, VIII, 437:1 
Power, Rhoda, Under the Bolahevik Reign 

Ot Terror, S 14, VIII. 405:2 
Putnam, Emily James. The Iiady, Jl U, 

Vin, a — 



>Ilvler, reviewed by 

■werioK crltldam of 
iKgUia, Ac 21 vm. 



SmaU Craft, 
■A Peraonal 



\g 24, vm. 

Bill, AK 10, 

y and the 

Symo^s," Arthur,'' S~hidlea~ln the saia»- 
betban Drama, reviewed by B. Hat- 
thews, S 14. VIII, 461:1 

Taft, W. H., a. W. Wickeraham, A. L. 
LoweC, and H. W. Taft, The Cove- 
nanter, reviewed by U. F. Bgan, JI 37, 



_ Wind, 8 14, VIII. 408:2 

Terbune, Albert P.. I^d: A Dog, A< 10. 

TompklnB, Juliet W., Starllns, S 14. VUI, 

Tompkins, Raymond 8., Th» Story of th* 
_ Rainbow Division, As 31, Vm, 4«:1 
Tr^, I^uls, The BarUett HysteiT. S 

Traub, Hainllton, The American Utaranr 
Yearbook, reviewed by B. MatttMWs, 



Turner, Edward R-, .. 

8 14, VIII, *6B:1 
Tynan, Katharine. The Tears ot the 

Shadow, 8 T. vni, 453:1 
Underwood. Edna W., Letters from m. 

Prairie Garden. Jl 8, Vm, 362:4 
Untermeyer, IauIs, Ir on review of his 

book. The New Era In American 

Poetry, Jl fl. VIII, 362:3 
Vanderem, Femand, Two Banks of ths 

Seine. Ak 10, VIII. 408:2 
Vandervelde. Emlle, Socialism Versus the 

State, S 14, VIII, 463:1 
Van Dyke, Henry. The Broken S oldier 

and The Maid of France, S 38, vm, 

604:2 
Von Loa n, Ch arles E.. TaUns th* Count; 

S 28, vm, 4M:1 



:, Google 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. Julv-Sept., 1918. 



BOOKS )— Bcilew* (continued) :— 

Waley, Arthur, A Hundred and BevMity 

Chinese Poems. Ag 3*. Vin, 430:1 
Wallace. Edgar, The Secret House, S 14, 

VTir, 407:1 
Ward, m™. Humphry, Fields of Victory. 

S 28, VTII. 196:2 
WattB. Mary S., From Father to Son, 

Jl 13. VIII, 385:2 
Waush. Alec, The Prisoners of Mainz, S 

7, VIII. 462:1 
Waueh, Arthur, Tradldon and Change. 

eJ. S 28. VTII, 482:1 
West, V, Sackville. Heritare. Ag 24, 

VIII. 426:1 
Weyl, Maurice. The Choice. JI 27. Vin, 

382:1 
Wharton, Edith. French Ways and Their 

Meaning, S 28. Vm, 407:1 
Wile, Frederick W., Eiplalnlne the Brlt- 

Ishera, Jl 20, VIII. 378:1 
WUllBms, Blanche Colton. How to Study 

The Beat Short Stories. Ag 10. VIII, 

412:2 
WUUaDiBon, C. N. and A. U.. The Uon'S 

Mouse. 8 21. VIII. 47B:1 
Wilson, (Commander) Eugene E.. Com- 
rades ol the MlBt. Jl a, Vin, Sfll:3 - 
Wodehouse. Pelhnm Q,, Their Mutual 

Child, S 7, VIU. 446:1 
Woden, George, LItUe Houses, a 14, VTII, 

4C8:3 I 

Wood. Clement, The Earth Turns South. 

Ag 17. VIII. 41fl:l 
WooK, Leonard S.. Co-operation and the 

Future of Industry. Ag 24. VIII. 

432:1 
Woollcott. (Sergt) Alexander. The Com- 
mand la Forward. S 21, VIII. 482:2 
Wright, Hnrold Bell, The Re-Creatlon of 

Brian Kent. Ag 31. VIII. 437:3: ed. 

Ag 31, VII). 4'" ' 



17, III, 7:1 



; Ag 



Young. >. E. Mills. The Shadow of the 

Past, Jl 6, VIII. 3B0tl 
Tver, Colette, Mlrabclle of Pampeluna. 

S 21. VIII. 484:1 
ZangwIII. Israel. Jinn the Carrier. Ag 10, 

VIII. 401:1 
Sales 1— 
Ed on decresnc In number of bookstores 

In U. S.. Ae 10, VIII. 406:1 
Huth, Henry, 8lh part of library will be 

■old at Solheby^s; described, Jl 6. IV, 

I', S, Armr Nrcil*. aeo Ubrary War Coun- 
nOOMKR, L. M.— leases Hotel Walllck, S 

BOON'S County C«Bl Carp— Stock offered, 

Ag 7. 20:3 
B008R. Frank Ad alphas-death, Ag 7. 7:4 
BOOTH, Gearge r. — presents art collection 

to Detroit Art Muxeum. Jl 20, III. 3:1 
BOOTH, tram KID nder) EvanEi-llne C— al- 
Ins of Grand Lodge of Enks, 
B for old to Salvation Army, Jl 



s thanks f 



_ J 29. 24 ;S 
BOOTH, (Hra) WUlhun, Ji^-conducts com- 
mercial school In Peking: finds many 
aniloua In icam U, S. buslneRS methods. 

Ak 31. U;S 



rs' strike. L ., _ ._ 

BOOTLEOaKRS. ■(« Prohibit Ion 

BOOTZ (MnJ) Ilrnry J.— praised by Col How- 

isnd, Jl 8. «l:3 
BOUI'KT, L. L., see Mexico — Border Raids — 

Amer Aviators. Ag 2.") 
BOKAH. <V. S. Ken) WllUstn Ednar;— 

Addresses-Speiiks at Trinity Episcopal 
Church on Shantung award to Japan. Jl 



>nae Treaties— EHscuasea them 
ice between Prea 'Wilson and 
n Relations Com. Ag 20. 9:1 
led as favoring Sinn Fein Re- 



Wall St Intlmidalion : attacks 

League to Enforce Peace, nnnwered by 
Hitchcock: attacks corp under Govt su- 

1. 3:1: Sen Edge denies that corporstlan 



of Europe la retat 



a League, Jl 3. S:4 



Europeaniie U. S.. 



- - - -- J Sen. 

1, 1:6: disputes figures of W. H. Taft 
on probable Sen vote, Jl 25. I:S; ob}ecti 
to reservations proposed by W. H. Taft. 
Jl 2fl. 18; writes C. E. Hughes ihi.t pro- 
posed reservations don't go far enough. 
Jl 31, 3:3; assails special alliances In- 
volved, Ag 13, 3:4: cites to Sen reported 
carnage on (he Nile aa example of what 
Is expected of U, S., Ajg IB. 17:8 
Ft Dodge that It will Eur 
8 14. 2:fl 

Peace Treaty— Denounces Pres Wilson's 
White House conferences, Jl 18. 1:5; atti- 
tude assailed by Sens Pomerene and Wtll- 
tams, Jl £2, 2:4; says nearly one-tlilrd 
of population of the wo^ld protests against 
territorial adjustments, Ag 10, IT^; de- 
nounces It and I'res Wilson In speech 
In Chicago, 8 11, 1:9: speaks in Omaha 
in opposition, asaalla Shantung awards. 
6 13. 2:3; speech In Ft Dodge, S 1*. 2;B; 
recalled to Washington by Lodge, S 19, 
1:1: comments on call of Leaf^e to En- 
force Peace for t1 00.000 for ratinc&tloo 
campaign. S 21. 1:2; sees race rioting sa 
treaty warning;. ossallE Pres Low^ o( 
Harvard for atondonlng policy of Wasii- 
Ington, answered by Sen Williams. S 30. 

Bm also Shantung, below 
Persian Treaty wlUi England— Denotincea It 

S 30. 4:3 
Poland— Comments on declaration of Cle- 

monccau on treaty that associated powers 

would feel themselves obligated to secure 
- s of rights to Poland, Jl^3. 12:8 






of ■ 



„ _ _, _ J e, 4:1; ed. S 8. 

12:3: Ir by a Russian who remained faith- 
ful to the Allies, S 22, 10:6 

Shantung— Offers resolution asking Prca 
Wllaon to Bond to Sen any protest by 
Amer peace delegation againat cession to 
Japan. Jl 11, 2:1: resolution voted on 
by Foreign Relations Com, Jl 16. 1:5; 
wants award rejected bv n. S. S™. Jl 
10. 1:8; resolution callln„ ... 
ed, proposes plebiscite. Jl 18, 1 
by Sen Wllllama of submlttlnt 
statistics: denial, Jl 22. 2:4: addrcn ai 
Trinity l^piscopal Church, Jl 28. 2:2: 
assails statement by Uchlda on Intention 
of Japan to return sovereignty to China. 
Ag 8. 4:1: favors Lodge atnenment to 
restore German economic rights to 
China. Ag 27. 1:8 

Steel Strike— Lr from S. R. Taylor on Fed- 
eral aid to unlona, S Kl. 14:8 



false 



pS-ance—Munlcipal Loans 
BORDKN. <Prcmlert Robert LAlrd— urges 

workers and employers to co-operate on 

post-war problems In reconstrucdon. S It, 

2<I:5 
BORDEN Milk Ca,— Employes taking M.OOO 

to bank robbed. Jl 9. IBil 
BORDKN'a Cundenaed Nllk C*.— Com diTd. 

Jl 28. 18:5: pf dlvd, Ag 25. 2" ~ 



BOKKT, ' 

Mlnlstei. _ 

BOItOHF.RK, tPrlnee) 



i French Food 
I, see HunKory- 



Jv^^^U IBIB. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



-J U. S. or AJI-Kuas - 

Kolohak. Ag 13, 10:B: Ag 17, III, 2:4 



TriJBt Co. S 12, 1:4: held In 110.000 bail: U. 
Priest and J. McAllister arrested as accoin- 

BoaFORUB^Biitlsh troops land, S 14. II. 



1:4 

B08T. Fcdo— Jewels and robes eieavated In 
ERypt and conBlgned to Metropolitan Mu- 
seum arrive. Ag 14, 8:7 
BOSTON, Ma»:— 
Police— Fight for pay rise Is (oieahadowed 
by Boston Social Club, union, Ag 10. S:T: 
Comr Curtis forbids mcmticrs of force to 
Join union. Ag: 12. 0:2; union formed, Ag 
10. 2:6: commended by Boston Centre! 
Labor Bur, Ag J8, 24:3: Comr Curtis pre- 
fers chargea against unionists, Ag 22. 2:6: 
police on trial, Ag 27, 2:4: union calls 
ntiike: Mayor Peters proposes compro- 
mlae, S S, 1S:3: strike; mob violence: 
proclamation by Mayor Peters; volunteera 
»WDm in, S JO. 1:8, 2:1; ed, S 10. 10:3: 
troops usa machine guns on mob: con- 
troversy between Mayor Peters and Gov 
Coolidge on proper protection for city: 
Mass branch of A F of Li votes to aid 
Btrikera; riots deplored in Sen, S II. 1:8, 
" .-..---, gtpjiig denounced by 



10:2. 4. S; Gompers'B plan to su^end 
Btrike: police vote to return: may be 
barred ss deserters; Central Labor I'nEon 
Sim voting; general strike unlikely; Cool- 
Idge'a stand lauded: N Y Times ed in 
CDngreSBlonai Record. S 13. 1:6-8, p 2; 
Gov's appeal for troops gets quick re- 
Bponse in Lenox ; Rev Dr F. D. Parker 
Bummarlies Impreaslons gained by viait- 
ora of City Missionary Soc among poor: 
Gompers atipenls again and states views; 
disordera: Comr CurUs refu-^ies to take 
back strikers, but will meet union heads 
at Gov's request: Coolidge replies to 
Gompers and meets labor leaders: reaolu- 
tlona made after conference; Mclnnesa, 
Pres of Union, denies thnt police "" 

- ■ IS individuals; "-- 

y. S 14. l:B-8, p 

member of A F of L. i 
of public employes, Ir. S 14. III. 1:S; 
article on police unions In 37 cities. S 14, 
IV, 10:2: Gov Coolldge's tclegrnm to 
Gompers expressing determi nation to de- 
fend Stale's tight B and refusing to re- 
move Curtis: cfly quiet: bartenders vote 
for strike, S 15. 1:8: F. H. McCnrthv. 
New England organlier of A P of L. 
calls on Gompers In N T C: rumor that 
Gompers nnd McCarthy left for Boston Is 
denied, S 19. 2:2: eds. S 15. 10:2. 5: strik- 
ers consider taking legal srtlon to 
get Jobs back: United Hebrew Trades 
vote to strike: Ir from Curtis to 
labor lenders after conference: statement 
by leaders: Mayor Peters drafts new 
wage scale. S IS, 1:7, p 2; Mont- 
pel ler, Vt, sends guns and ammuni- 
tion. S 18. 2:.T; ed on Conlldse'fl teleKram 
to Gompers, S 10. 14:5; Gompers will not 
go to Boston: strikers and city mark 
time pending nstl conference of Get 6; 



BOSTON, Hassi— Police (continued)— 

by H, P. Porter, Chairman of Typothetae 
Union. S 17, 2:1, 2, 6; ed. Craps on Bos- 
ton Common, S 17, 12:1; a. Oyster. Sec 
of A F of L, Issues statement declaring 
strike was lustlfled: Curtis builds up new 
force. & 18. 2:1; polUe denounced by 10. 
Root in Conslitutfon Day address. S 18. 
4:2; police will take no legal action to got 

force; local unions continue balloting on 
queBtlon of supporting police. S IB. 2:5; 
ed on Roofs statements. S IB. 12:2: IB 
park police discharged for refusing to 
quell riots. S 21, 2:4: Central Labor Union 
decides against calling strike: statement 
by M. J. O Donnell. I'rcs of I'nlon. S 22. 
2:8: Gompers assails Boston In telegram 
asking Jersey City_May|or to delay police 



1 action. 8 23. 3:1: ed on Central 

Labor Union's decision, S 23. 16:2: nearly 
500 ex-service men apply for lobs, but 
majority barred t>ecauBe of flat feet; 
rumors of split In strikers denied. 8 24. 
12:8; Gov Coolidge Issues proclamation 
calling people to back him in aland. S 25, 
15:4: Central Labor Union will prepare 
answer to Coolldge's statement. S 26, 
13:2: members of Amalgamated Clothing 



Boston 

BOSTON « Albany B R Co— flDS.SOO lO 
bonds taken from vault. Ag 2fl. 18 :2 

BOSTON CentFKl I.abor ralaik— Promises 
support to News Writers' Union In differ- 
ences with publishers, Jl 7, 13:3 
See Bias Boston-Police 

BOSTON Chamber of C«mroer«*— Vote on 
R R situation. Ag a. G;S; statement on 
police strike, 8 IB, 2:1 

BOSTON City Clnb— luncheon for Lt Comm 
Read. Jl 9. 4:3 

BOSTON City MlBBUBary Soe, 8« Parker, 
(Rev Dr) F. D, 

BOSTON EICTBted By Co, Baa Street Bra- 
Strike— Boston 

BOSTON Fish Mar Co, aee Fish Trust 

BOSTON Fishermen's Cnlnit— Members try 
to organize sympathetic elrlke In Yarmouth 
to cut off freah fish supply from Boaton. 
Jl 27, tl, 1:7 

BOSTON Olobe— 4Sth anniversary of man- 
agement of C. H, Taylor. Ag 17. 14:5 

BOSTON Nbtt Tarda, ace U. 8.— Navy— 
Naw Tarda 

7ICK. Arthur B.— letter on &uthenti- 
of The Young Vialters. 8 S8. VIll. 



BOTHA. (Oen) z^nli — supports League of 
Natlona; saya aome requirements on Ger- 
many may be modified. Jl 29, 2:7; death 
and career. Ag 29. ll:fl: ed, Ag 29. 10:Sr 
Ag 31. III. 1:4; funeral, S I. 10:1 

BOITUIS— Amer mfrs of medicine bottlea 
have chance to supply Britiah market, 
where stocks arc exhausted. Jl 27. TI. 7:6 

BOUCICAULT, (Mrs> Rene— sues husband to 
recover rugs and bronies; Is sued by him 
in behalf of their daughter and Is defen- 
dant In nn attachment case, S 27. 9:1: Buefl 
trustee. O. Rnglnnder, for all of the prop- 
erty Included In trust fund; makes will 
cutting off husband and Infant daughter. 



nociSSKN, Charlrs B.— applies for gentle- 
man rider's certificate. Ag 19. 16:7 

BOURBON-PARHA, Prinee FeUi— seeks per- 
mission from Allies to visit fala flanoee 
Grand Buchess Charlotte at Luzemburs, 
Ag IT, 16:4 



CiOO^Ic 



rraB NEW YORK TIHES INDEX. Jwl^e;^ U19. 



BODBBOir-PABMA, riiaaa Hztaa mt— 

mcKBcd to HedwiK de la. Rochefoucauld, 8 

24, 17:2 
BODKME, rradwick O.— Mtate PKfa Inbert- 

tanca tax, 8 T, 0:2 
BODBNK, Jamathaa— atatement on ratUtca^ 

Uon of Locue of Natlona covenant bg U. 

8. Sen. Jl 8, 4:7 
BOWDBN, B*b«l J.— death. Jl 24. 9:2 
BOWDOIN, (Lt) Bumond W. a c iitanoa lor 

havlnK told untruth commuted. As 10, n 

1:8 
BOWDOIN (Schooner), Me Explorations— 

Arctic— UacMlllan 
BOWKN, BtftplipB B.-^eath. 8 39. 15:6 

BOWEBMAiir, c. w., ■» "' "^ 

Union CongreBS 
BOWLlrrO. are Sportfl 
BOWMAN, JiAn McB, .. 
R»ce^-Ton>nto-N. T. FllBht 



9 Q1b«kow Trades 



BOWNB, (Mrs) 



rnnt—death, Jl 



BBADLEB. W. O., M* Street Rrs— Nafl 

Electric Rys Comm 
BRADLBK, (Capt). ■« Aeronautlca— Alpine 

Flights 
BRAULET. (B«t) JoMvfa H,— death and 

career. Ac 2D, 1S:2 
BBADI.EX. (Hn) Uniaa TilBiUe--career aa 

a stace director, Jl 27, IV, 2:1 
BRADI.ET, (Hn) Hucant C— death. Jl IS. 

13:2 
BBADI.BT, Wilbur B.— Wife and he burned 

to death, Jl 1. )T:« 
BBAULET CsBtraetlu 

appointed receiver, Jl 31, __ ._ 
BRADT, <Mra) Uuile K.— death. As 11. 11:4 
BBADX. Adcle I,,. •» Lawlor. J. 
BBADT. N. F.— resigns as Pre* of radyu 

Kdlson Co, Jl 2S. 23:2 
BRADT. Pt-trr J., ch Street Rye— Parea and 
-N T C-Non-Parti»an VlsUance 



8:1 



I E. B. Thomas, As 31. III. 



tr, ■•• Germany— Com- 
r Mrs' "ciirl— report that she Is to wed 



Arthur I... ■» Htlea, C. 

BOTCE. Edward— death, As IS. ll:fl 

BOYCE'B Tinen, see American Legion— 
Tiger Post. No "" 

BOYCOTT of 0*i 
merce— Boycott 

BOYD, Mrs. Carl— report til 
Qen Pershing, S 23. 17:2 

BOYD, Cbarl*. C— dcnth. Ag 9, 9:S 

BOYD, Jran-death, Jl 8. 0:3 

BOYD, WiUlam R., Ji^-snys 85% at voters 
In U. S. want Peace Treaty snd L«aeue of 
Nations covenant ratified. 3 4. 2:n 

BOYDEN. Sylvia— describes making para- 
chute Jumps, sp art., por, 8 28, VII, p 10 

BOY-EI>, (Capt) KatI — plea •■» ""- '" •■>' 



.,. jTwIirbeVefuiedby Govt,' Ji 13. II, 
BOYI.AN. (N. Y, " 



_. I John *.— leglslatli 

record aummarlEed by Citizens' •■-■-- ' 
13. 28:2 



Boi'NE, Battle of, »*" Orangemen'a Assoc 

of U. S. 
BOYNTON, Charli 

elgti Relations -■■ 



Eiiiii iv>=.-">...- - NaU Assoc for the 

Protection of Amer Rights In Mexico, S 

BOSCENOFF, ChH.lo, see Toleff. N. 
BRAABCH. Arthor— death, Ag 30. 7:fl 
BR.ICE, Willi am— pledges miners aid In 

House of Commons debate 

price of coal. Jl 15, .' " 
BRAOKI.EY, (MaJ) H. 

Handley-Page Plane. 
BRADFORD. Edward A.--«peelal article on 

Ubor's Inhumanity to labor, Jl 20, VII. 

D 3- SB art. Collective bargaining SJid the 

closed shop, Ag 3, Vll, p B; review of C. 

B Russell's book, Bolshevism and the U. 



Ington Industrial conference. I 



C- Hortls 






BOX Makm- Btriko— General strike called 
In Bklyn. Ag 24, 22:2: Paper Box Novelty 
Co and Alsace Paper Box Co burned, Ag 
27. 3:8; Paper Box Mfrs agree to arbitrate. 
6 19, 22-2; statement by D. Friedman of 
Paper Box Mfrs' Assoc. S Ifl. 2:3: mfrs 



BOXINO, lee Sports 
BOY SeoBta 
Campaign to find jobs tor ex-service men 
will be directed by Col A. Woods, 8 8. 

Greek scout master and 20 boys killed by 

Turks at Aldln. As 15. 15:0 
Italy— Memorial held In colosseum In Rome 

for those Hilled In aeUon with army. Jl 0. 

10:2 
Masters confer at Interstate Park. S 7, II, 



Roosevelt Memorial Flag— Flag to be placet 
on grave of Col Roosevelt la being car- 
ried by relay teams from Buffalo, S 18, 
-- - - - "-"ca. S 10. 12.-7 



e from producing field if Bqulty Assoc 
strike, Ag 19, 1:4: ' ' -- 

•- ■ iS, r ■ 






Ag 24, 1 . , _ ., 

See alsu Brlanger. A. Li. 
BRAQG. Caleb-^naJies altitude record tor 

seaplanes. S 30, 14:2 
BRAHANY, Tbomaa W.~reslgns as derfe at 

White House to become offlcer of oU co. 

Amer Republic Corp, S !S, 12:8 
BRAIN Wsrkers— Federation on trade-union 

lines discussed at Ixindon conference of 

Guild of Insurance Officials, Jl 27, II, 7:4 
BRAND. H. Boxel— describes his Invention 

for control of food service, which will be 

Installed in big restaurants, Jl 27, II. 7:1 

leads attack In Sen against Pres Wllsoo 
for not flubrplttlng Anglo-Amer-Pr«nch 
treob' of defense text of which apiiearei] 
in Harveys Weekly, Jl 25, 1:8: assailed 
by Sen Williams for demand on Pres Wil- 
son for French treaty, Jl 29, 2:5; chargea 
Pres Wilson with untaimesa in using cost 
or living Issue to force peace treaty rati- 
fication. Ag S, 1:4: reads to Sen article br 
P. H. Slmonds telling of alleged Amer poi7- 
tion on Oreco-Bulgar quarrel over nirace. 

BBANDEIS (Jaitlee) I.aniB 1).— completes 
tour of Palestine, Ag 1, 4:4: salU toTbamts. 
Ag 28, 11:7: returns to U. 8., S B, 17:1: 
wlil report on Palestine at Zionist Organ- 
■ ----- tic- " '" '"■'■ — -"— — 

America. 8 10, 



I & Securities Co 

BBANDENBtrBG, WUHam— death, Jl 34. »:t 
BRAMDENBURGH, (Under Skerltf) G«*Ha 

v.— death, 8 U. 1S:S 
BBANDEB, Oevri— J. O. Huneker's article 

reoalling his first meeting with him, 8 14, 

IV. 8:1 B "X". . 

-released by War Dept order, 8 14, nTzls 
(ANKY, Pater, see Anarchists— U. S.. As 



Ag BRANKY, 



• AeronauHoB— 



_ 11, 25:2 
BBASOI,, Boria— urges Amer munitlonB for 

all-BuBslan Govt, Ag S, III, 2:0 
BKATIANO, J, J. c — leaves for Bucharest 

to submit to Rumanian Govt text of treaty 

With Austria, Jl 4. 2:8: Interviewed by 



Let 



before leaving Paria, says 
— ■*■'-■ -•jieeta to curb^tv 



mposslble 
taglie of Nations. Jl 4, 3:9: aaya 
am an troops entered Budapest In 



1 troops entered Budapest L. 

compliance with wishes of Allies, 
" " '" "Tying Suprt " " ■* 

In order t 



witn wishes ol Allies, 
ing Supreme Council of 
n order to retain power 

„, ....... —-JW. Duranty, As 28, 

6:1: assails Peace Conference's policy 
toward Rumania, S 6, 3:3: ministry re- 
ported to have fallen, k la, 17:3; ralT con- 
firmed, 8 IH. «:a 
BBAXTtJeBOBO, Y», r— — 



Jvlv^ept, 1919. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



BBASVON, <BlahD|i) ThMidare Dd Bots- 

dlaciiiwea reconstruction ol rellslon at con 
ference of lesders of Protestant EpIbcddb 
Church Every Najne Campn^. As 31, ^:' 



BRinGEPOBT, Cdi 






— -..) Alexaiidrr 

— record summarized bv Citizens' Union, 

8 30, 10:2 
BKATBRY. see European War— Decorations 

and Honors; European War— Heroic Deeds 
BRAT, <Mn) Mlanle L.— named ae Land 

Office Reglatcr by Pres Wilson, Jl 13, 8J 

Commerce— Figures of Natl Bank of Com- 
merco for last G years show U. S. leads 
In Import trade. Jl 11, 17:4; Dr. M. G. 
Rodrlgues arrives In Waahington to Im- 
prove trade relations, Jl 12, 1B:7; Rodrl- 
Kues takes up work, Jl 13, II, 1 :4 

IMplomatlc Service— Dr. O. da Cunba. new 
Amb to Italy, arrives In Rome. Jl 20. 6:2 

PlnaoceB— French Ministry denies buying 
them to repay U. 8. credits, Jl 0, 18:7 

Biota— Political campaign causes clash at 



BBBTOOBT MansIoB 



masked ball of 1840 
recalled, Ji id. ni, 7:1 
BBKWBBIEB, nee Prohibition— Wartime 
BBBWBBB— S. Unlermyer files brief with 
Sen Judiciary Com alleging that Interests 
had been libeled by Congressmen who had 
attacked them as pro-Qerman, challenges 
them to back up charges of disloyalty, Jl 
SS, 15:7 
BBEW8TEB, Mn. wmiam CaUen— death. 



BBIAND, Arlstlde— revelations ... 

tlons with Joffrc, Ag 21. 11:1. Ag M. 3:1 
BRIARCLIFF. N. T.— Second School DiBt, 

disrupted by fight between 2 principals. H. 

B. Baum and O. Plumb, S 14. 16:2 
BBlCKlJlTBRS. ••* Building Trades 
BBICKB ■» Building Materials 
BBJDOB and Tnnnel Comm. see Hudson 

River Vehicular Tnnnel 



trouble. Ag 18, 4:4 
Royallats, ••« Luis (Prince) 
Shipping— Coast lines combine In merger of 

Navegacao Cost el ra. Commerclo Navega- 

cao and Uoyd Natl, Ag ZT, 17:2 
U. S. Relations with, see U. B.— Brazil, R«- 

latlons with 
BBAZIX, Chamber at CDmmeroe— signs arbi- 
tration contract with Chamber of Com- 
merce of U. S., Jl 8, n. 1:8 
BBAZILIAN Studenta, see Education 
BBBACH of Promise Salts:— 
Anderson. W. C, sued by Jewell A. ShoU. 

S ZS. 8:3 
Boehme, H. O.. arrested in Elfrieda Amts s 

■Ult. Ae 2, 18:3 
Smith. W. R.. sued by May L>. Phlpps; be 

tiles countersult, S 2. 3:2 



, they cannot sell product for S cents. 

Ag 31, 19:3: Fair Price Com decides Jew- 
Idi Master Bakers' Federation of Greater 
M T Is not Justified in Increasing price. 
8 il, IS:S: L. Marshall argues against 
tncreaaed price, S 28, 10:B 
BBEITIINO, Edward N.. see Dacla <B. s.) 
BKKMBN— dock workers strike, 9 2S. 1S:6 
BBBMEN (submarine), see Euronaan War- 
Naval War Zone— Submarine 
BBBKEN Chamber ' ~ 

ard. J. W. 
BRENNAir. <Mn) EUiabeth Stephens 

death. Ag S, 0:0 
BBBNNEB, Halter F.— death, Jl ZS, 0:2 
BBBNT, (Blihop) Henry— statement on na- 
tlon-wtde campaign of Protestant F^plscopal 
Church. Ag 10. fl. 1:7 
BBESHKOTSKT. (Mmr) Catherine— farewell 
mcBBage to the U. 8. : asks help to end 
Bolshevist rule In Russia. JI fl, 14:1 
BREST, tee Soldiers' and Sailors' Riots 
BRETON, Albert-Predicts early revival In 
Europe, would open credits In IT. S., Jl 



slon granted by Aldermen. Jl 20, 9:3 
Strikes— Demands made upon official s of 
Crown Corset Co, 9, C. Batchellor Co; 
conferences with Warner Bros' officials 
continued. Jl 18, 19:0: Warner Bros Cor- 
set Co offers employes 18% Increaas. 
closed shop demand will come t>efore ar- 
bitration board. Jl 20, 10:2; operators at 
Crown, Lb Reslsta and Q. C. Batchellor 
concerns walk out In sympathy with 
workers locked out by Warner Bros Co, 
Jl 22. 17:7: Corset union wins fight; op- 
erators at Crown. La Reslsta, Batchellor. 
and Blrdesey-Somers plants accept agree- 
ment msds by Warner Co; employes quit 
In Bryant Electric Co and Columbia 
Graphophone Co. Jl 24, 10:2; War L*bor 
Bd'B plan to adjust labor controversies 
falls. Jl Za. 5:2; general strike far 44- 
hour week In all Industries Impends; 
many plants still Idle, Jl 27, G:4; S. Lavit 
ousted from MachlnlsU' Union; charged 
with arbitrarily calling strikes and being 



j;i. 4:2; Ag 18. 2:S; 1,500 workers c3 

Bryant Electric Co vote to accept com- 
promise offer ot firm, will return to 
work. Ag 17. 2:5; conditions Improve: 
only strikes now In force are at Reming- 
ton -Toat plant and Columbia Grapho- 
phone Co, Ae 1». 18:6; atrikera of Crfum- 
bln Graphophone Co vote to return Un- , 
-■ — same working conditions they left, 

. Ag 17, 

, 1 because 

he does not produce verses for state OC- 
HSlons. Ag 1. 10:.t; Jests In C 
lis silence. Ag 3, II, 1 :7 



DKlEl'X. Eagene— tells of need of voca- 
llonal work for blind. In Issue of Amer 
Journal for Care of Cripples. Jl 7. 24:4 



Jl 5. 7:7; visited t 



Pres Polncare. S 22, 



BBIGOS, (Brie Oen) Baymond W.— career. 

BP art, por, Ag 24, VII. 11:4 
BltlOOa. (flav) Thsmas. see Weeds, (Col) 



BKINSMADE (Ur 



w. B.— cited by G«n 



■hop of, see NIckson (Dr) 
nitlHTUL Bay, urn Influenza— Alaska 
BRISTOB. Qeorge B.— death. S 24, 1T:9 
URITIBII-Amer TobaccD Co, Ltd— Interlni 

dlvd, Ag 27. 21:3 
BRITISH Assoc for the Advanccmeat af 

8 cirnco— Meeting. 8 11. 1T:3 
BRITISH Bank ot South America, Ud— 

Dlvil, S 24. 28:3 
BRITISH Chamber ot Commerce In the V. 

8— Incorporated, S 7, II, 2:1; 3:3 
BRITISH Empire, see England; Ireland, etc 
BRITISH Flag, see Flag. British 

ProhlbltlDn-Wartlme— British Inves- 

BRITISH Herchant S<-8iaea, see Ame 
Tribute to British Merchant Seamen 

BBITISU Mexican Petroleiun Co— Incorpora- 
tion papers tiled; will market oil at—' 
Jl 22. 23:3 

BRITISH HeUsses Co of Oreat BrHali 
United sutes Food Products Corp 



60 



THE NEW TORE TIMES INDEX. JuIj/SepU, 1919. 



BBITI8H Wu T«t«nuii' Amoo— UeetB at 
Anderson QBllerles. NYC; ftddreaeed by 
tit Conun Read, Jl T. S8:2 

BKITISH Wcat Indlci, »« West Indies 

BRITTEN, (C. 8. Bepr) FitHl A,— Ditroduces 
bill authorising Prea to appoint PershlnB 
permanent Gen; fltatement on appombnent 

■ or March, JI " ~ " 



BBITTON, ChuHei F. Bi— death, A« 28, J 
BRITTOK, (Bf».) -— '-- '■——'- J— I. 
28, 22:4 



BBONX' RoTDiish B»nl(— Statements. Jl 10. 

KB -.7; a 19, 24:0: robbery, 8 16, 1:6; S 17, 

1:4; 3 18, 6:2 
BRONX Conntr CIvU Bervloe BiBplo)-e»' 

AsHw, •*« N. Y. C— Employes Salaries, 
BRONX County Pharinaceotlcal Ahoc, »e* 

Drug Clerks 
BRONX Or- 



BBOOKI.TN BdUoB Co. IDO-Quajterir dlrd. 

Jl 2S, U>:7; N. F. Brady redens aa prori- 

dent, la auoceeded by M. 8. SIobo, Jl D; 

2S;2 
BBOOKI.TN Navy Taid, Me U. 8.— NaTP- 

Navy Yards 



I Ijonlae BeliTate— death, 8 



Bae, Ak'13, 12 :& 
BBOADWAT A*l 

surface car lines, --. ._ 

H. Q. Opdycke, A« 9, 13:8; Indorses Bway 

Post of Amer LesTon, S 28, 6^3 
BBOADWAZ Central Bank— StatemenM, Jl 

8, 27 :B; S 17, 24:2 . , ^ 

BBOCKDOBFF-Bantsao, (C»OBt) OWdii— 

AlEhanlatan— Heported by Munich Port to 
have left tor there irith Important dla- 

A^bassador to 'Austrla-'Gennan Oovt asks 
assent of German Austrian Govt to ap- 
polDtment. Jl 13, S'.8: accepted by Aua- 
trtin Oovi. Jl 1«, 6:2 

CommercUl Intelligence work— Reorcanlie* 

Peace Treaty'— Says In Ir to Pres Ebert he 
could have carded out his policy tf he 
had been backed by German pepple m 
refusal of Allies' terms. As 19, 32 :2 ; ed, 

BeB^Knatlon— Resigned as Minister of For- 
elcrn Affairs before Scheldemann cabinet. 
Ax 19, 33:2 
BROItERICK, t»»tph A.— resigns as Sec of 
Federal Reserve Bd and Chid Eiiamlner of 
Federal Reserve Banks, to become Vice 
Pres of Natl Bank of Commerce of N. Y., 
Ab7, 21:3 
BBOnT. (Dr) Henry W.— denied application 
tor release from iail: unable to pay Judg- 
ment obtained by J. Jacobson, Ab 10. 

II;' J 'i., 

BBOOAN, BAirard B.— opposes proposed N. 
Y. C. ordinance to license curb brokera, 
Jl 14, 23:2 „ „ 

BBOOLIE, (Princess) ttma de, see Fellowes, 

BROBAW. H, Cllftord— discusses overheated 
automobll« motora, Jl 27, IV. 9:1; article 
on care of automobile brakes. S 14. IV, 12 :4 

BROKEBS. see N. T. C— Aldermen, Bd of- 
Brokers' Uci =....*. ^...j. 

BBOKEKB- M 

BKOMLEV. . 
strike, S 30. *:o „, 

BBONX Boron rl»—I>eputy Comr Olennon 
will begin Inquiry Into service matters, Jl 
« n... _..Lii. 1 »..».•. authorized, Ag 



1. ij. — Aioermen, oo oi — 
: Swindling— Stock Frauds 

■ - S 17, 2:5 

British ry 



A Electric Co— Supreme Court 

Mullan allows co to fix rate pend- 
ing trial of action by Public — " — 






BRONX Blver see N. T. C— Bridges 
BBOOKINGB, Robert B.— Invited to attend 
Washington Industrial conference, S in, 1 -.ti 
BROOKLYN:- , . 

Borough President a report tor 6 moe, Ag 

Strikes', seo Brooklyn Union Gas Co 
BROOKLYN r" 



, Jl 1. 18:1 ; Comr Nixon 

Sromises to aid receiver if poaslble; favora 
-cent charge for tranafer, rather than 
seiiaratlon of lines or adoption of zone 
system; testimony on co's revenue, Jl 4, 
11:1; Judge Mayer extends L. M. Gar- 
rison's authority to surface rys In Bklyn 
In move to protect roads in foreclosure 
suit by Central Union Trust Co, Jl 15. 
20:2: Deputy Comr Glennon hears testi- 
mony on sale of receiver's certlfleatBa ; 
Garrison says corporation Is i-eady to pro- 
vide «5,000,000, Jl 28, 24:3; Public Sct- 
vlce Comm adjourns hearing to allow 
time for further negotiations with finan- 
ciers: city wants better _price for Issue 
of receiver's certificates, Jf 30, 21:2; Pub- 
lic Service Comm's hearing on sale of 
receiver's certificates ends; decision ex- 
pected soon, Jl 31. 20:3: Judge Mayer 
signs decree authorising L. M, GarrlKin 
to sell (18.000,000 worth of receiver's cer- 
tificates. A« 13, 20:2; five •-■'- 

118,000.000 fisu 



^«..^-. 



.f receiver's certificates. 

, :1; Judge Mayer presents re- 

B of Investigation mads by Stone t 

Webster at his direction, says traction 
lines must have more money. S 8. 1:S; 
ed, 8 8. 12:4; F. P, Royce says co faces 
early dissolution, tjondholders may fore- 
close, S 23, 19:3 

Bee also Lisase from Bklyn City R R Co, 
below 

1 ukiyn uiiy 

„^..,. „ . , I release. 8 23. n. 

1 -6 : Court orders property returned when 
lessee defaults rent S 30, 8:2 
Memorial to War Dead— Unveiling ; eulogy 

by Father York, Ag 20, 10:8 

Mortgagee— Equitable Trust Co sues to 

foreclose, for non-payment of Interest, Jl 

31, 20:2 . ^ 

Offidale— J, J. Dcmpsey resigns as vl(* 

pres, Ag 6, 21:2: J. F. Eagan appointed 

Supt of Transportation, Aff 28, 18:8 

Smith St Line— Complaints result In order 

from Deputy Public Service Comr Barrett 

to Improve service. Jl 23, 21:0 ^ 

Steel Cars— Comr Delaney authorliea N Y 

Consolidated R R Co, a subsidiary line, 

to order 100. Ag 2. 14:1 

Strike:- . , ..,. j 

Note;— In previous Index, •■* subhead 

Unlona. 

Strike— Bklyn Local of Amalgamated AwOC 

of Street and Electric Hy Employes wHl 

attempt to enroU all employes; statem^t 

regarding wages and labor conditions w"' 

— 1 — wi,- u^ ^,^b^ntjQ^ to company: sta 

Ag 1, 17:2; unionli — 

present demands for 

pay Increase, strike threat Ag 3, 1B-.2; 
Ag 4, 18:4; union com presents demands: 
Garrison will return to city to take 
charge of situation, Ag B, 17:8; men vote 
to strike for union recognition; 
reacts demands, refuses "' ' 



treat with 



resolution for freight and paasenjzer tun- 
nels to Staten Island, Jl 20, IX. 16:1 
BBOOKLYN City B B Cs— Will not pay 



dlvda, B 21. 20:4 
flee also Brooklyn Ra^d Transit Co— Lease 
from Bklyn City R R Co 



Hylan urges police protection; Ke-en- 

Sloyment Bur will not furnish strlke- 
reakers : Iron Steamboat Co adds boat tD 
Coney Is line; Chairman Bbea advlssa 



JatgStpL, laia. THE NEW YOKK TIMES INDEX. 



inc yet Held. Ag 8, ] 
In die Btrlke, Aa I 
tied, operation < 



BROOKI^YM Bapid Transit Od.— Strike (con- 

6:2; Deputy Palloe Comr Liohey asniniM 
charge, promises atera meKAUrea in 
cfaecklDK vloleDce ; dlBarders bait ; opeim- 
tlon of cam auspended anln; Burr ap- 
pllea to Judge Mayer at Mayor HylaJl'B 
direction. lor an order directing Garrl- 
aon to confer vlth atrlke chlofa; Mayer 
upholda GairlBon'a standi text of Ira by 
Ifylan, Oarrlson and Burr; Qaniaon re- 
fusea to yield to unions, submits list ot 
attacks to HyUn; reporta on rituatlon a.t 
car depots; stotementa by atrlkeis; Trmn- 
alt Comr Delaney denies reporta Ot riots, 
tlods service crippled after careful sui^ 
vey: bla statemeDts at hearing before 
Comr Nixon contradict those of Receiver 
Qarrlson: union men declare victory Is 

.. ........ J.J i^j largest rooet- 

1. 2 ; ed. the poUea 
8:3; street traffic 

, _, „ iww and elevated 

lines resumed at night; Oarrison accepts 
Comr Nixon's offer to mediate, but re- 
fusea to meet outside organisers: Mayor 
Hylan renews attack on Garrison; urgo* 
■ettlement. says police protection Is 
adequate: union's statement; account 
of disorders: Public Service Comtn bear- 
ing contlnuea; Qarrlson explains attitude 
Btfil opposes union, but will obey lawful - 
authority, gives vlewa on police power; 
Deputy Comr Lahey and Inspector Mui^ 

fby defend police: Central Federated 
ftilon of N T C wires protest to Judge 
Mayer, aska removal of Recelyer Qarn- 
Bon; Mayor Hylan visits car bams, Ag 
9. pp 1. 4: ed, encouragement to dis- 
order. As 9, 8:3: statements at confer^ 
ence by Receiver Qarrlson, Police Comr 
E^nrlgbt, Mayor Hylan and I» Fridteer; 
arbitration plan suggested by Comr Nuon 
adopted at conference In Judge Mayer's 
chambers, attended by strikers' represeo- 
tatlvea. Receiver QarHaon, Public Ser- 
vice Comra and City offlclala: text of 
agreement: 37 men and 2 women forming 
flying squadron taken from motor truck 
HJid arrested; witnesses before Comr 
Nixon tell of terrorism, say police gave 
little aid; Mayor Hylan'a Ir to Police 
Comr E!nrlght reports no disorder, aaya 
police are doing their duty, Ag 10, pp 
1, 2; eda. the strlke'a leasons; a atrange 
form of docility. Ag 11, 10:3. 4; Ir asking 
that arbitration be enforced as bulwark 
of Industrial safety. As 11. 10:fl: ed on 
attitude of public Ag 12. 8:3: Mayor 
Hylan Issues statement praising police 
for work ; Oarrlson commenta on strike 
Inquiry eaked by Mayor, Ag 12, 15:1: 
Central Park turned Into real playground 
by absence of policemen dunng strike, 
Ag. 17. in. 4:8 
See also Unions, below 
Traffic— Records broken during holiday 

period. JI 8, 32:5 
Transfers — Comr Nixon grants right to 
charge 2 cents on aurfHce lines, com- 
mencing Aug I. Jl IS, 1:1: Gsrrlson-s an- 
nnimri-mpnf ciitB frr* nolntS from 1008 tO 

1 Others, Jl 27. II, 



4S. 2-cent charge on a 



! Comm for 



between surface i 






Ice Bda power to permit trar 
asks rehearing. S 24, 20:3 
Unions— Parley a with leaders o 
made in recent strike. Ag I 



BBOOKLTN B^^ Transit Oe. : — Unlona 
(continued) 

RIoyes are becoming restive under delay 
1 announcing new wage schedule. Ag 
23. 1:6; wage conference. Ag 2T. 2:3; an- 
nouncement on wage scale. Ag 28. 15:8; 
wage dispute settled at conference, men 
get 25% advance: other matters go to 
-krbltratorB, Ag 2S. 2:2: employes vote to 



t 25% Increase, Ag 30. 3:2 



IBQOKLYN United Gas Co-Strike of gas 
ntters Ag 16. 4:2; Ac 16, 2:4; Ag 19, f:3; 
S 8, 1B:5: S 10, 8:1; S 12. 31:1; 2 arresta. 



from interfering 



don en]olL___.„ 

with patrons of co. S 23. 13:1; atrlke r 
ported ended. S 27. 3:2 
BROOKB, Bdith I,.— returns to U. S.. Ag 25, 

see International 

BKOp'HYTHenry— death. S 

BR08NAM, Michael Jstepb- . ,_ 

BROTHBRBOOD Cougnis, see tntematl 
Brotherhood Congress 

BBOTHEBHOOD *t JjoBonuMw Bnginsei*. 
see Railroads— Brotherhoods 

BBOTHEBHOOD »f Palaten, Deeontan 
■nd Poperboagen of Amer, sae Painters 

BROTHBBHOOD at B B glgBalraett— Con- 
vention In Kansas City: demands trans- 
"Uroolor Hlnes, Jl "~ " ■ 
— ODD o( By 8tM 
roads— Brothe rhoods 

BBOTHBBHOOD of ~ ~ - 
roads— Brotherhood a 

BBOTHERS, ■« Auerbach, A, and L i Plts- 
patrick, (Sergt) J, U 

DBOUNSTEiif. David— sentenced for bank 
robbery, Jl 17, 32:4 

BBOWX, (Ilr) Anns I.., see IntemaU Con- 
Terence of Women Physicians 

BBOWN, ilA BIr) Artbnr WblttcB— ed on 
nationality. Jl 24. 8:5; marries Marguerite 
Kennedy, Jl 30, 8:2; arrives In U. S. to 

Sve lectures; discusses aviation In Bng- 
nd. S 27. 13 :4 
BBOWN, Ceell W.— Ir on weakness of pro- 
hibition laws quoting from lecture by 3. 3. 
Carter. Jl &, 10:7 
BBOWN, (Hn.) Clara Horl* BiODe— dies in 



1 year, Jl 23. 9:2 



dflc Cotton Mills Co and Ooodyear Tire 
and Rubber Co In Ijaa Angeles. Jl 6, IX, 



23, 13:2 
BROWN, I -, ,_ 

ing M T Unlv: counsels patriotism and 

Idealism, S 25, S :2 : ed. S 26, 12:4 
BROWN, Elan B.— Ir dlsCUSseS Flumb R R 

plan, suggests law to slop R R strikes, Ag 

16. 10:7 
BBOWN, Oeo^e, see Perei-Pena, B 
BBOWN, O. H., see Shlpplnx-Strlke. Jl 18 
BBOWN, Marion FraneU— Ir on conduct Of 

A E P mtxi In FYance, S 7. IV, 10:5 
BROWN, Myron J., see Aeronautlcs-U. 8.- 

New York- Vineyard Haven 
BBOWN, Philip Marshall— « art on SOTlM 

Govt of Hungary, Jl 27, Vll. 8:1 
BBOWN (Col) R. A.— career, S 7. 21:1 
BBOWN. Baymand C— tr on repeal of war- 

Ume prohibition. Jl 5. 18:7 
BBOWN, Thonas W., see Swindling— Stock 

Frauds, Jl IS 
BROWN, Will, see I/rnchings— Nebraska 
BROWN Shoe Co, Ine— Pt dtvd, Jl 7, 3S:4; 

com dlvd, Ag Ifl. 13 ;7 
BROWNE, (Brig Oen) Bneriy F.— career, 
DUc aerv- sp art, Ag 24, vll, 6:3 

r charge. BBOWNB, James jr.— falsely reported as 

dead. S 8, 28:3 
demands BROWNE, (Mrs) Seaan Leolse— dstttb, 8 30, 



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THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JidifStpt^ 1919. 



1 Hootfr— death and carei 



BBOWNB, (Kav) W. F.-lr to Ma] Klnkhead 
OQ the Lrusltanla Incident deacrlbed by 
R. W. St Hill last June, S 7, III, 2:1 

BBOWNINO, ■ ■ " ■■ ' --' - -- 
8 1, 7:1 

BBOWNUE, J. 1 

Of Trades Union Goneres- „ 

to alleviate labor conSltlans. As 31^ 2'S: 
ed, B SO, 10:8; excerpt Irom Ir to Bower- 
man; comment by Bowerman, a 22, 19:4 

BBOWNI.OW, (C»mi> I.onU, »• Waehlng- 
ton— Police 

BBOWNSTONB. J. C. 



e Pictorial Review 
BBOWNSVILI^ BoulallitB— Propone co-oper- 
ative bank scheme to combat rent proilt- 
eerlDK and high living costs. S 24, 20 :4 
BBUOX, Oeorce J. •" Scotland 
BBUCE-BBOWN. Wlulnm-estalo. S 30, 34:3 
BBOOKENFEU), (Hrs) Mb— death, Jl 17. 

BBEBNES. <Fr*f) JuB-suKKeats Internatl 
money as solution of ei<£anEe protdem, 

BBFLATOCK, Jale* X.— wife granted (10,000 

a year alimony, Ag 27, 0:4 
BKVMI^Y, Jmmei UncDln — death and 

BBCHNEMEB, Frederick— death, Ag IS. 11 :8 
BBUNNEB, (Blr) John TaBllnion— death, 

BBOMSWICH-^partldde outbreaks, 8 19, 

lurchases residence 
2:0 

Lea long walks at 

of Independence 

m Biblbltlan, ice 

_ __ -notion— Belgium 

BBTAN, WlllUm Jrnnlng*— balkH at riding 
on camel In Prohlbllton Day panulc at 
Methodist centenary. Jl 2, 10:4; challenged 
by Natl Assoc Opposed to 'Woroan Suffrage 
to prove charge that evil forces oppohs 
Buffrage, Jl 14. fl:2; Plumb R R P'an "d- 



BVDAPBBT— Threat to occupy city made by 
Oen Franchet d'Esperey unless BeUi Kno 
resigns, la report. Jl 18, 1:2: Frandwt 
d'£}sperey prepares to advsjice, Jl 23, I;4; 
occupied by Rumanians. Ax S, 1 :1 : eo. Ag 
0. 8:4; allies Instruct Rumanians to leaTc; 
King Ferdinand expected, A< 0, 1«; 
lYench and British troops refiorted there. 
Ae 7. H -.2 : Ktiiff Ferdinand said to have al^ 
rived, Ak 9. 0:2; martial law declared W 

" ' ■- '" 8:3; Qon Baodholt^ tf. 

.. .-^ 13, 1B:4: was eiit«rM br 

_.._ In supposed compliance with 

wishes of /"'-- T^-"— i~ ■•• 



.^^ J him for support, Ag : 

20:1; offers new R R plan at House Coi 
mcrce Com hearing, as allernatl'- 



with Germany by Sen without reservation, 
BBTAMT, (XLni Annette A.-death, 8 SO, 
« Bridgeport, Conn. 



Jl 



Ag ; 



, 17 :n 



Plctu res— England 
BUCHI^B, (Dr) Bi 

blockaded. 8 S, 10: 
BUCK, OordoB M.— 

plan. Ag IT, 17:1 „ „ 

BVOKALEW, Zttehsri ah— death, S 2, 17:2 
BVCKIJiy, (N T Aldenosn). Cbartea *.- 

3fl- 10:2 „ ~ „ 

BTFCKLXT, (Mrs) Ella O., ■•» Cowen. W. F 
BDORNEB, MorMmBT N.— elected treas O 

N T County Chapter of Red Cross Soc J 

BDCTBDB Co— P* dlvd, S 3. 22:3 



A, arrives. At 13, 15:4; n 



I BraUar 



1 6ovt decides to wlthdiaw 

troops, Ag 15, 11:3; many HtuiKailaDS 
killed when It was taken over by Rumaii- 
lana. reports British agent, Ag 17. •:•: 
British monitors on the Danube welcomed: 
7,000 Rede arrested In raids, undertaken tw 
Rumanians with aid Of police. As IS. 1 
__.j ._ .._.„ . .......J ■ ^|,o ,,y It 

9 halt In _ 

.. _ .. . Ag 19. 4:fl: 

Rumanian high command blames EanKB'' 
1 authorities for failure to revtctual dty. 



Ajt 2 



. Rur 



mlani' 



111 id t 



for 



BBYANT EleetrW Oo. 

—Strikes 

BRYANT Park Bank— Statcrai 
20;H; 8 22, 21:7 

BRTDEN, (Brig Oen) WUIlam— career, ap 
art Ag 24. VII, 0:4 

BBIN M»wr CoUFi;i>~Alumni conference In 
campaign to Increase Faculty i" 
tlon; Helen Taft speaks. 8 2" ' 
paljtn for endowment fund 
teachers' salaries, 9 20. 13:2 

BUCBAMAN, (Sir) Oeorge W.— A. Hender- 
son reported to have declared he was em- 
powered by ■■'"— "'■'-- -■ I-'— -" 



appointed 

C, see Moving 

— dPnth, Jl 8. !I:4- 
mnel— speaks at Jewish 
■etlng: wants Poland 

malyals of Flum> R R 



Jived' order for evacuation within 49 
nrs. S B. 1S:8; Rumanian army Is prepar- 
ing to evacuate. 8 18. 17:4; will be occa> 
pled by British troops after evacuation tv 
Rumanians. S 20. 1:4 

BL'ltUET, spe N. Y. C— Finances; TJ. S.— 
Finances 

BrnGETB, Hamiehold, lee Cost of Uvteg— 
Household Budgets 

BrEHI.ER, (RpBT Admiral) WUUun 0«orga 
— dGHth. Ag II, 11:4 

RUF.LEIi, Adelp, ler De I,amar, J. R. 



charge that he abetted Italian revolutlon- 



_1, Ag 15, 23:4 

L'KNOB Aire*, tee Influenia 

M, see Street Rys— Fares and Trana- 

:achrster A Flttib 
divds. Ag e, 21 ;4 
BUQBER, Newtoa A. K.— addresses Feder- 
ated Srfiool Bda, says tear' ■ ' 

Icanlie America. Jl 12. ( 

J. W, Harrington he opposes all prohltd- 
tlon. Jl 13. IV. 1:1; advocates bond Issue 
for N. Y.-N. J. tunnel redeemed by funds 
from loll chnrges. Jl 27, 10:2; favored in 
N. J. Gubernatorial campaign, says Gov 
Hunyon. by AdJ Gen GllkvBon's order to 



.. N. J.. S 24. 1:4; victory conceded 

by Gov Runyon. 8 25, 18:1 
BltQGE, <Col) Jsn*— death and career, Jl 1& 



BUIIiDINO Material- Witnesses at 

of Mayor's Com on Rents tell of 
tlon known as Assoc of Dealers In _„,_ 
Bidg Materials which fUes prices In H T C, 
Jl 4, 1U:3; general conditions, Jl 7. 23:1; 
Jl i:i. IX. ir,;o, Jl 14. 21.2; Jl 21. 17:2: In- 
vpHtlgatlon Into high prices lny N. Y. 8. 
Legislative Com on Housing: dealers deny 
prfco fixing; lumber coat discussed, Jl f 



captains' strike sends mass of materiala fa. 
N Y C. Jl 28. 16:2; general condition*. As 
II. 21:1: Ag 18. 21:1; Ag 25. 20:1; 8 1. 14:1; 
report on brick and tile Industriee tor IS18, 
S 14. X. 2:1 ; general conditions, S 22, 24:1; 



JiOit^ept, I91t. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



BflUIIKO OpcnUani:— 

tJ. S.— SmalUr citlea lead In activity, i 
report of Labor Dept, JI 7. 18:2: revival, 



Jl 13. IX. 10:0 



10:0: June reports from 1 
Increase, Jl 19. 14:6; P. 



Queens County. Ag 10. IX, 18:7: N. V. S. 

InduBtrial Comm report. Ab. IX, 1B:7: 

July record, Ag 81. Dt, 18:«; Ag report. 8 

7, X, 1:7; A- Robinson urges capital and 

labor to Bet logether lo ovcrtoroe lUad- 

lock. S 21. X. S:l 

BCILVINO Trades — ChlcuKO cmployprs 

threaten lockout afrectlnB lOO.OO* unless 

■tlike Involving hicKer nnv 1.1 cnilnrl II 1K 

IS:*; Jl 20. 



>:1: Oilcago lockout, Jl 19^ 



DUI,LITT. WUIlant C— Uovd Qeorge denies 
asaertlon ol Sir P. Kerr that he gave Bul- 
litt memorandum of peace proposal a for 
Lenin Jl 31, 3 A; tesllfiea lo Sen Foreign 
Relations Com on Peace Treaty; revelations 
on attitude of Sec LanslnB; Russian peace 
proposals, Ac. S 13. 1:1; career. S 13, 2:5; 



.0 Lloyd George, and Lon- 
don press. S 16, 6:2: ed, B 16, 14:3; Amer 
deleSHtlon ridicules suggestlonH that lan- 
„[„_ ,1 — . . — . — statement by Lloyd 



Amoc considers cdmprele'shutdo 

u anmrer strike threat, Ag 19. 8:1; flght 



lOH; bricklayer* strike In Phlla, A« 27] 
Federation of Labor, condemns contrae'torK 



n stifke. 



_ .1 occupy Soda: a-..,™,, „>„ 

be disarmed following attack against 
French regt at Lom Palanka. Jl 25, 3:4 

AmiaUce. see European War^Annlstlces— 
Bulgarian 

Army— Exceeds armistice allowance. Is re- 
port from Salonikl. Jl 13, 3:8 

Atrocities, ice European War— Atrocltles- 



il sh e vikl— Bu ! garla 



Bolshevlkl. 

Com meree— Council of Ministers 

purebase and Importation of foodstuffs, 
elothlns. and other articles. Jl 20, II, fi;8; 



Govt forbids Importation 
■triets exports. S 7. 12 i 
8m also Embargoeii— Hulgarian 
Elections for I*rislature, Afr 24. 24 rl 
European War— >lea for leniency will b 
made to Allies on ground of deslr« to de 
•ert Germany early In the war. As- 2. 3:4 
of Serbia explained by V 



ria Self-Revealed, ta 
S:G 

Peace Conference, are European War^Peace 
Conference— Bui garlo 

Peace Treaty, sea Eurepean War- Peace 
Treaty with Bulgaria 

Thrace. •<« E^uropean War— Peace Confer- 
ence—Thrace 
BTTI.KI.BX', CMrs) Jolla Raprlje— death, S 11. 



15:3 

BVLI., ice Cattle 
BCIXARU. Arlbar. «e 

Oovt— Recognition- U. 



, 10:2: Gov Smith calls 
iMiiiEreiice ai Aioany (o settle disputes. S 
15, 24:1; Chicago carpenters win demand 
S."^*^:?''"*'"'"' P^y ='te'' ^^ weeks' strike. 
8 20, 2:8; strikes due to radicals, says O. 
H. Eldlltx, S 28, XI, 1:8 
BVI,OARIA !— 

Aeglan Port, see European War— Peace 
Confere "" 



officials In Paris say he did not te\l Sen 
Foreign Relations Com whole truth about 
his plan, of which Lenin was the author, 
that Aillea should recognlie Russian Bol- 
shevist Govt and then ask for peace. S 23, 
1!)tS: mission lo Ru ' " " 

Herron denounced b, __ _, , 

ed. On the Riviera sands, B 24. 16-.S; ed, 8 
25, 14 3 ™ , -, 

B11.I.OCK, (Prof) Charles J.— testifies be- 
fore Natl Electric Rys Comm, Jl 24, I0:S 

Dl'IiLOCK, Harry A.— Amer LeBion post will 
be named after him, As 27, 8:3 

BVLLOCK. (Capl) Botli— death. S 24, 17:4 

BVI,I.OCK. William — charges that Comr 
Drennan ordered H. W. Wflllanis, engineer 
fireman, back to duty with spine in plaster, 
S 2. 8:2 

Rl'LLH, tee Cattle 

RlTUMER, <CBpt> RoHve C— death and ca- 
reer. Ag T. 7:4; Lt Nichols tells Of North 
Sea mine barrage, sp art, port, 8 14, YII, 
PP 3. 2. 10 

G810WKN, (Baron) Bmoa von— 

' - -.-.-..-- ^j espionage act 



. for viol I 

quashed. Jl 24, 10:1 
RDOMAN, Frank— death, 8 IS. 13:D 
III1KBANK. laabel F., see Ashford. D. 
DrB(.'H. (Blihop) Charies S.— chosen as 

Bishop of Protestant Episcopal diocese of 

fjy., 0,0 .,.,....,-,.-. .^ ,._.,- 

Hylar 



:nce of Protestant 



BCREAVS, Federal, see under U. 8. 
BlTKEAua. Mnnlelpal, see under N T C 
BURE8CL', (Oen), see Hungary-Rumanian 
BURGERS, (Lleat) Ocorge H.— will marry 
Mllly K. Schaefer In an airplane, Jl 23. 7:3: 
marriage. Jl 27. 7:1 
BURGESS (Rev) Thomas— explains scope of 
Episcopal Church Christian American I ca- 
tion program; denies reflection on Jews, 8 



BCRGLAB , 



3 Protective Co 



1 Metropolitan 



F. T,, home 



Russia— AIl-Russian 

am i~.....-^..»,. A!,. 

BCI.I.ARD, (Lt Gm) Robert L.— testifies at 

Sen com hearing on War Denfo t,,-,^,- ..» — 

ganlatten bill, Ag is, 24: 

20:4; arrives In U. S., S B, 
Bri^LFIGHTS— Ed on consent by writer In 

f ^^ 1 "^^iS ^n !'"^''*''*'"8 unpopularity 



. S 7. 



Arvernr. I.. I.— Perea-Pena, Santiago, home 
robbed; G. Brown arrested, Jl 5, T'8- 
Brown arraigned, Jl 6, II, 1:1 

BDKlon, Mbh.— Boston A Albany RR: 1103- 
riOO in Liberty bonds taken from vault, Ag 

BoMala, N. T.— Dexter. D., surrendere to 
police: feared Innocent man would be ac- 
cused of theft from Mercantile Lunch Co. 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtUihStpU, 1»1». 



BUBOI^BIES (C01itltiu»d) :— 
Minbraak, N. T.— Oainble. Mrs R.. home 

robbed of JewelB. S 3», 8 :» 
Maw Tork Otti'i— 
ArreitB for S niOB of IBU compwed with 
those In 1917 br Pi>Uee Cotnr BnrlKht. 
8 9. 12 :G 
B. A B. SUk Co, BllkB worth 15,000 Btolea, 

JI SO. B:T 
Babal&te, I. B., arretted, JI 3S, 4 4 
Barbells. R., home robbed 4 times In last 

10 days. S 30, 1:4 
Bartel, W.. Brooklyn store robbed. 8 19. 

Bauth, Oeone, arrested on complaint ot 

Nora McDonnell, Ak 1. 4iB 
Beretta. Helen, arrested. As 1. 16:2 
Block, Samuel, home robbed, B 8, 3:3 
Blyn (I) * Sons Bronx store safe robbed, 

3 33, 19:1 
Boal'B Rolls Co, sate robbed. ST. 1:2 
Br«KadIn, Countess Alvlse, apartment 

robbed, S 14, 1:4 
Brodskr, George, fur establlshmer 



1 arrested I 



>Dkava a.ni J. Holi 

Phlla, S 29. 3:8 
Bronx ft-and-lO-cent store sale robbad, 

S 23, IB :1 , . 

Bruce. F. home robbed, S 29. 1:7 
Chlnese-Amer Restaurant sale robbed, S 

Columbia Unlv Students' rooms In West 
• 114th ransacked, Agr 1, 28:1 
Crystal KnlttinR Co, silks stolen, A« 23. 

Davis, Isadore: B men arrested. Ag 11.^0:2 

Diets. W., and J. Pltzpatrlck arrested. S 

13, 1:7 



I>uchemtn, 1-.. loft robbed of furs, S 13. 
Eppa'. Mrs E. B.. home robbed of gems. 



robbed, Jl 30, 1 



1 „. _...'t from 840 Slith Av. ; 7 men held 

In »1,000 bail each, S " ' " 
OalllUKer, B., — ' 



.^ Jl 2K. 4:S 

) Marie, robbed of Kerns 

=,1 .^.^x House, S 18, U:4 . 

Oorlti, O., home robbed. 8 1. 18:3 

Grusken Bros., fur establishment: 8. Pop- 
kava and J. Holatcln arrested In Phil- 
adelphia. S 29, 3:fl 

HerrlB. J., arrested, S J4, 1:4 

Hull. G. C. l»aten In his office with 
hammer; strong-box rifled, Jl 12, 1:4 

Hygrade Wine Co, Bronx store, robbed, 

Jacobson, Z., factory on Aug, 9; 9-1^- 
fano, J. Mlccllo, R. Peppe, and J. 
Ferrero held !n 12,000 ball; latter re- 

arralgned for threatening witness, Ag 

d. - 

' Mac'kover, H. Mltowsky, arrest^ after 

chase, Ag 11, 8:2 
Kings County Cut OlasB Mfg Co, factory 

robbed, S 23, 18:1 
Kleinnian ft Freund safe robbed. 8 9. 7:9 
ELreah & Wachtcl safe robbed of bonds 

and Jewelry, Jl 18, 4:S 
Uggett (Louis K.) t>nis Co, safo robbed, 

S 23. 19:1 
UoydB Amer Tacht Registry safe robtwd, 

S 7, 1:2 
Loft bidg, 103 Caaal St, 7 safes blown 



night watchman 



by 



1:7 



sidewalk, 8 29, 



Wman, Joseph, arrested, Ag 28. 14 :S 
Hack, James, arrested, 8 19, 8:2 

.eln. Harry, and D. Maries held 



Natl Pur Dressing Co, theft on Aug 7: 
M. Rosen and N. McConelogue bdd, 
S 1. 10:4 

O'Rourke. E., J. W. Wilson. T. O'Conaor, 
and M. Spinnelle captured by Patrol- 
man Lorch. Ag 29. 3:2: Liorch pralaad 
by Kings County Jury, 9 17. 2 A 

Perfumers ft Jewelers' Box Co, tmt» 
robbed, S 7, 1:2 

Phillips, Mrs W., reports theft of s«ou &t 
Carry-on Club, Jl 10. 19:3 

PollnakI, D., arrested, accused ot robbing 
home of W. TaTt, 8 16. 15:3 

Rice A Duval safe robbed, Ag S. S'^ 

Rlker-Liggett drug atore robbed. S 18. 6:3 

Rosen. Molly, confesses to 60 burgiarles 
in 3 months, 8 20, 1:4 

Ryan, J. F., home robbed of Jewds, Ag 
8, 21:2 

8L Agnes Chapel of Trinity Fartah: sex- 
ton T. Brown robbed of (7,000, Ag 
11. 8:8 

Schotoff, (Corporal) Oeorge, and PHvmte 
C, Felndt arrested, Ag 11, 7:2 

Schworti Shoe Co. Brooklyn, entered. 8 
19, 8:2 

Seehcf. J., saloon robbed of H,500, JI 3S, 
B:2 

Sexton, Harry, sailor, found guilty of 
robbery, S 19. 8:2 

Sherman. R, B., home robbed. 9 24. 20:8 

Stewart, Warren ft Co.. robbed of f7.O0O 
In bonds; 4 youths arrested. Ag 30, 
1S:3 

Stromlng. John, arrested. Jl 25. 4:3 

Superior Hat Lining Co. silks stolen, JI 
27. 3:1 

Thompson, W.. pleads not guilty, S IS, 1:7 

Unidentified man slain and robbed In 
Hotel McAlpIn room, Ag 15, 8:2: idn- 
tlfled as C. E. LAndoD, Ag 181 18:3 

Vlllalba. R., arrested, S 23. 19:1 

Weatside Cloak Co. factory entered by 
burKlars; owner charges police with 
tardy response to call, Jl 12. 7:B 

WmiamB. G., arrested, Ag 6, 9:3 

Woods. Ldwrie ft Co.. safe robbed. Ag 
6. li:3 

Wright, (Dr) W. F.. home entered. S 13, 

See also Highway Robberies; Lar- 

N«rfolfe, Cann.— Qulntard, (Dr) S., tiMDe 

robbed, 8 23, 4:7 
Par (Dm Beach, Ho.— Parsons. L.. home 

robbed, Ag 28. 8 :4 
PeekakUl, K. Y.— Moody. Edith, sought by 

police: accused of robbing home of D. A. 

Outhouse, S 2. 5:6 
Pelham. N Y — Gerard. A., arrested, accused 
of N r Jewel robberv at home of T. H. 

Allen In IBIT. Ag 21. 5:1: Ag 22. 24:0 
Thltedrlpbla. 1 

Jamin F.. _ __.^..... _.. _. , 

house, JI 15. a:l; dead man Identified as 

A. W. Holfelner. a student at Unlv of 

Penn. Jl 17. 8:3 
Pert Chaster. N. Y.— Oulnsburg, (Col) H. 

A., home entered, 8 T, 18:0 
PoDKhkeeprie. N. Y.— Phone booth coin box 

In County Court House robbed «f $30^ B 

3. 32:2 
ProvMenee. B. I-— Sayles. Frank A., home 

roMied. Ag 2. 4:4 
Sauthanpton. I.. J.— Mellon. Mrs. B. P.. 

home robbed. Ae IS. 8:3 
Watch Hill. B. 1.— Uhme. C. D. A., home 

robbed. Ag 1. 3:4 
Wrstchfnlvr. N. Y. — Swan. James, home 

robbe.1, S 21. 21 :1 
ninnted. Conn.— Blgelow. C. B.. honM 

robbed, Ag 20, 5:4 
Wnodhavrn. I.. I.I— 
- Cohen. Goldman ft Co.. factory. 3 2S. 33:1 

Stanilard Knitting Mills factory robbed. 



looting home of F. Hedley. Jl 13. 13:1 
York. Mc—Hrecken ridge. J._ C. home 
robbed. Ag 27. 9:4 



JvtgSepU 1919. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



,'(?Jr3 



12. 14:1 
BDBKK, BdwBTd L.— teatUles before Sen 

Com on Kenyon-Kendrlck meat license bills, 

S 13. 1 :6 ■ 
BL'BKB. J. A.. (H Ireland— Sinn Feln-Tlp- 

BUBKE. Junea— death, Jl 12, 9:7 
BITBKE, Jamaa, (IrUh patriot)— death, 31 U. 

11:2 
BUBKE, (N T AldennBB) HBnriee— recon) 

sununarlied by CltlxeriB Union. S 30, 10 ;1 
BITBKB, Tbomss— confesses to hotel hold' 

upB, e 14. lA: held In ball. 8 10. 1G:4: 

pleads BuUty, S 23. 19:1 
BUBBHEAD. 'Mrs) Iauts— receives French 

niedal. Jl 21, S:3 
nUBLEBON, (Foatmaater 0<n> AlbeH Sid- 



Air Mall i 



crvlcB 
M of Ho ... 

a been burned In airplane 



SUppoBO 

accident 



Removal— Democrats exi 
Pres Wilson's relurr 
UnHed Mine Workers 



reitorted to hava refused I 



urpe It on 
IV, 7;l; 



__, 11:1 

RISES Natl Bank Case— J. J. Darlington 
testifies Burleaon acted as mediator be- 
tween Controller Williams and bank's of- 
ficials. Jl 12. S:l 

Telesraphers' Strike — Course assailed tnr 
Konnenkatnp when strike Is called oft. 
Jl 3, 15:4 

Telephone Operators' Strike— Employes 
inasera of Pacific Coast Telephone 



isked t 



Bd for 



nlied. Jl !,■). 17:2 
Wire Control- Issues order for return of 
telegraph and telephone lines and state- 
ment on policy during Govt control, Jl 
31, 20:3: ed, Ac 2, 6:1 



a K.i^see Bmleson, (Port- 

leglBlatlve re(»>ni i 

Union. A« 13. 28:2 
BCBUNOAHB, t.aUur D.— Ir on army bonus 

and underproduction, 8 21. Ill, 1:7 
BUBNAH, Antlwnj B.-death, S 10. 8:7 
BVBNHAM, Arthur I_-deaCh, Jl 20 214 
BCBNHAH, B«(liuld Ii.^r on anny bonus. 
BOBNHAH, (UaJ Gent Wllllun Vowm— 

returns to U. S.; ulls of conditions In 

Oreecs, Jl S, 28:3: ouUlne of career; bp 

art., por, Jl 27, VII. 1:3 ^ 

BCBNINO OlassBB— 8. S. Maclay tells ot 

" -" "- device. Invented by LiOtd 

._ .~. — J ^^^^ which BrlUsh 

use, sp art, Jl SO, 



fiendish .. 

Dundonald 

Admiral (7 declined 
VII, p 1 
BDBNQDIBT, (Oov) Ji 



tph AUnt i 
tured ^Amer aviators us e 
David M.-death, I 



I.X 



Allen, B. F., tribute to. 8 16, 3:4 

Appointments— Refuses to discuss charges 
of nepotism and intimidation In connec- 
tion with appointment of his niece. Ti^"!""^ 
K. Burleson, as Postmistress of Lockhart. 
Teiaa, Jl 16, 17:2 

Cables, an Commercial Cable Co 

Civil Service-Attacked by friends of ClvU 
Service Comr Galloway; charged with 
attempting to use civil seiMce for po- 
litical ends, Ag 28. 1S:4; attacked by Gal- 
loway, who resigns from Civil Service 
Comm. S 7. 1:6: replies to Galloway, who 
renews attack, S 10, 1S:6: House adopts 
resolution Introduced by Rapr I^eblbach 
calling for list of Post Office vacancies 
Tith certificates of candidates, S 12, 17 :7 ; 
promises to furnish House with list of 
Post Office vacancies, S 14, 18:1; Oal- 
loway renews attacks, tells Sen Postal 
Com he reversed ratines In 2 postmaster- 
Bhlps, S 16. 14:8: Sen Norrls Introduces 
resolution In Sen for Investigation of Gal- 
loway's charges. S 20, 14:3: resolution re- 
ferred to Com on ClvU Service and Re- 
trenchment: statement by Norria, S 2S, 
17:4 

Crltlci em— Witnesses blame him tor bad ■ 
mall service In House Com hearing on 
expenditures of Post Office, Ag 27, 14;1 

Ed on word rebellious being applied to him, 
B 14. Ill, 1:2 

Food DlstribuIIon- Tells how army food- 
stuffs may be obtained through Post Of- 
fice. Ag 14, 1:7 

Labor— Policy condemned in 



Ag 2», 1:1; Ag 31. 2:6 
BVBNB, <Mra> Waller H.— death and carear. 

Jl 21. ll:2: will, Ag 25. 3:8 
BVBirs. WlUlam J., see Bum* Natl Da- 

tectlve Agency 
BVBNB. (Lt) Winiam J.— death, Jl 19, 9:7 
BUBNB NbU DatMliv* Aguuy- W. J. Burns 

.«.« 1 — . _. hearing of charges of 



Inwroper pi 
Ag 6, 13 :4 
BUBB, B«Bjamli>-klllad 



made by B. 'W. Bdwarda. 
Margaret Sdtll- 



BeBjamlii- 
, Jl 8, 7:2 
BCBB, Bmrstar B.— death. Ag 30, 7:6 
UUBR, (Corp CannaeU WlUlam P.— testifies 
before Natl Electric Rya Comm on transit 
conditions In N T C, assails rys matuun- 
Ag 15, 1:1; Supremo Court bearlnga 

..:l '' 

Bee also Brook^ Basld Tranglt Co— 
StrikBTnee NewYork Rys Co 
BITBBOVOHS, (B«*> Tkmaa— death, S 37, 



11, 7:4 
BVBT, Tlwmaa— Carnegie leaves him ■«• 

nulty, Ag 29, 1:1; Ag 81, 2:6 
BCBKON, Theodore Blljah— ai>eaka at lunch- 



t of Natl BES Unes, 



, — New Tori City— Motor Bui 

BUBH. (Mrs) Banlet— death. S 30. 190 
BDBB, Irrlng T.— arrives In N T C from 
England, arranged tor constructloD In Iion- 
doD of bldg for Intematl sales, Jl 8. IT, 1:S: 
predicts era of prosperity, expects Buropa 
to recover commercially more rapidly thin 
generally anticipated, JI 38. IT. 1:3 
BUBRBLHEN, aea Garment IndustiT, B 38 
Btr8HFIBI.D, Mra. Oeorge Irrlsg-^nlsalDg 

S 21, 19:B; found, 8 24. 7:8 
BTJSHTfBI,!^ CnrtlB C— Ir on Ireland, Jl 20, 
III, 2 :4 ; suggests that public organise 
against strikes, ir, 8 2S, 14:6 
BrSINEBS:— 
Conditions— Federal Reserve Bd's monthly 
— '-ment ^tlmlstlo.^ ^_?j l"'^-, ^^*^? 
'jl &. 14-1, .. „ .. 
confidence, says securities t 



review by Dun' 



Natl '] 



ank c 






e of r 



of 



prohlbl 
s prosperity. J 



21, 1B;2: 

perity may be temporary. 

open foreign outlets for A ^ , 

wants Govt help In clearing exchange 

Mtuatlon, Ag. 3, 11. 4:2; J. A. Stlllman 

Issues 'statement — ' ~''' 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JidySepU. 1918. 



BUSIMBHS:— Conditions {continued)— 

situation, sees prollt ahead tor yra.se 
earners, asks fair treatment (or R Rs. 
Ab H. J9:2: reviewed by IrvlnB Natl 
Bank; labor unrest seen refiected In 
trade. Plumb plan of R R operation dis- 
cussed. As 34, 2:5 
Failures— Dun's and Brad street's records 
show few failures for first B mos of 1010, 
Jl 3, 18:3; lowest number ever reported 
In 1 week, Jl 20, II. 6:B; July and August 
figures, S 4, 21 :4 
See also Business Troubles 
Govt Regulation— a. E. Roberts deprecates 
efforts to esUbllsh permanent Govt li- 
censing system. As 25. 17 :2 
DDBINBBS Men's An tl- Slock SwIndlUc 
I.eB(nB— Personnel of Eiecutlve Com ; cam- 
paign against sw ! ndl era_ approved^ by ^d of 



i Traables:— New Tsrk CUjr <CM 

tlnued) :— 
Chase, H. Staidey, d, Ac 7, U :1 
Chicago Bargain House, tnc 8 «. 17:4 
Clinton Place Hotel Co. Jl 30. 12 :T: r. Ai 



Cook. Ida R., A« 20, 

Cook, Theodore A., j 1:2 

Cooper, Jean, d. S 18 

Corbelt. Stratford F., 7:2 

CoUfihlan, aeorKB W. 3:5 

Cronln, Joseph H.. d, 0:1 

Delner, Louis F., d. :S 

Delgado, B. C. Co, S 

Delmonlco's, s, S 27, .«„ 

Drofmann, Theresa, Ag 6. 13:2 



Henderson, Fred O.. Inc, r, Ag 2S. 1I:« 
Roberts, <F. G.) Co.. a. Jl 23, 1R:2 
Signal Motor Truck Co., r, Ag 23, 11:6 



I^delstein, Annie, d, Ag 23, 20:3 
Kdelsten, W. Nelson, Ag 8, 16:2 
EIU. Jacob, S 12, 2S:8. 



_. B., Agbs. U:fl 

Judd. Albert E. Ag 22. 19:2 
HUford, Mass.- Webb Pink Granite Co, a. 

Ag le, 11 :n 
Milwaukee, Wis.— Grand View Farm, Jl 20, 






, Char 



Arcwell Corp, Jl h, 13:2; r, Ag 1, 17:2 
Armstrong (P. i>.) & Co, s, Ag 3, II, 8:4 
Ashman, Samuel. Ag 14, 10:2 
Banks-Lundwall Auto Corp. r. S 0, 20:2 
Barbara- Elizabeth, Inc, s, Ag 14. 10:2 
Barilla, John, d, Jl 10, 28:1 
Bamctt, Emma, d, Ag 7, 13:1 
Bayonne Chemical Co. Inc. s, S 20, 18:5 
Bedford Thread Co, Jl 31, 13:2 
Bell, Robert W., Jl 25, 18:8 
Belle-Ton Hat Co, Inc, a, Jl 10, 15:2; r, 

Jl 23, 10:8 
Bellom. Charles N., d, Jl 10, 28:1 
Bellos ft Katz. s. Jl 30, 12:7 
Berman, Mendel, Ag 21, 21 :2 
Bernstein, TllUe, S 18, 10:8 
Berwerk, Max, Ag 7. 13:1 
Best Maid Garment Co. s. S 12, 25:8 
Bierman, Jacob M., s, S 10, 20:6 
Bioidl, Nicola, Ag 7, 13:1 
Blader. Samuel, s, Ag 13, 18:7 
Blaney. Jane, d, Jl 31, 13:2 
Blaupaln, Bleanor, d, Jl 31, 13:2 
Bloch. George I., S 6, 17;4 
BIyanley, John. d. S 2S, 23:5 
Bogan, Irving A., d, Jl 24, 10:1 
Boland (James J.) Co, Inc, r. S 30, 33:2 
Boylln, Frank, s. Jl 23, 10:6 
Bradley Contracting Co. r, Jl 31, 13:2 
Brennan, James F., d, S 25, 23:S 
Brlggs, Emeet. Jl B, 27:2 
Brltton. Edward E., Ag 13, 18:7 
Brocklehurst A Potter Co. Jl 0. 27:2; r. 



1 SI 


21:2 
13:2 


31:11 


s 18, iBla „ „ 
y Corp, 8 4, 23:8 



Fasany. Angelo. S 9. 2B:i 

First Aid Equipment Co.. Ac 6, U;2i r. 

Ag 7, 13:1 
Flum, Ate. d. S 13, 17:4 
Foerster. Henry, d, A« 21, 21:2 
Forgotson. Morris A., d. ^ 4, 23'.S 
Frank, Marie, d. Jl 24, 10:1 
French Novelty Waist Co., Ag IS. 11:9; 

French Paper Box Co., Jl 19. 10:2; Jl M. 



10:4 



:3 



Frengo, Fellclo. a, Ag 1, 17^ 

Frledland. I'aul, Jl 3, 24:6 

Frleilman, Cella, s, Ag 16, U-.S 

FuerHtcin, Nathan, s. Jl 17, 28:8 

Galalf. Irving, S 21, 23:5 

Garafola, Antonio, d. S 25, 23:8 

Gass. John. Ag 23, 11:0 

Gorsten, Abraham, d, Jl 1, 10:1 

Gerstman. Oscar, d. Ag 28, 20:3 

Gill, Carrie, S 12, 23:8 

Classman A Bredholf. S 14, 23:S: r. 8 M, 

20:2 
Goldenberg, James, d, Ag 7. 13:1 
Goodman, Charlea. S 6, 20:8 
Gramercy Dyeing Co. Inc. Ag 21, 21:2: 

r, Ag 23. 11:6 
Greater N Y Dock ft WarehaiUM Co. Jl 

3, 24:8; r. Ag 19. 21 ;2 
Greenberg, Mendel W.. d, B 4, 23:8 
Greensteln, Ilyman, d, Ag 7, 13:1 
Griggs. Stuart M.. Jl IB, 15:2 
Grossman. J. & H., Ag 27, 17:1 
Guy, Franklin, Ag 2, 13:2 
Ilulster. Aaron, p d, Jl a 15:1 
Harris, Dora. S 10. 20:8 
Hart, Walter L-, d, Jl 10, 28:1 
Hauptner, Charles, d, Jl 17. 23:8 
Hebron. James, d. Jl 31, 13:2 
Kedstrom, Augustus A., Ag 21, 21 :2 
Herrera, Julie E., 3 in. 18:4 
Hcrrera, Martnno. 8 24, 29:2 
Hewes. Jane C, a, 6 4, 23 ;8 
Hewson * Fltzpatrick, s. Ag B, 11:1; A. 

S 2.^. 23 :S 
HH1. Fred. S 12, 25:8 
Hlrsch ft Hlrach, Jl 24, 10:1 
HIrschfleld Bros, a. Ag 5. 11 :1 
Hlrschflcld. Davtd B.. d, S 4, 23:8 
Hoffman, Emanuel, 8 12, 25:8 
HoKuet, Buth H., d. Jl 31, 13:2 
HurwItl. David, d. S 13, 17:4 
Industrial Development Co, s, Jl 23, 10:6 
Isear, Meyer, d, Jl 17. 23:8 
ItzkowLti, Jacob. Jl 23, 10:8 
Jncobowltz, David. Ag BO. 26:2 
Jacobowltz. Louis, d. S 25, 23:5 
Jacobs, Ethel, s, Jl 2. 18:4 
Kahn Window Shade and Awning Co., 

Inc. a, Ag la, 11 :8 



JviySvpt, 1»1». THE NEW TORK TWES INDEX. 



BII8INB8B TronblM:— N«w Tork Oltr (con- 
tinued) :— 
K&radentlst, Peter, d, As 14. 10:2 
KaaaeU. Edward A., S 9. 29:2 
Kaufman, Jennie, 8 18. 19:8 
KaU 4 Prtacak, Jl 3, 24 :fl ; r, Jl 4, II :fl 
Kell, WllllBm, Jr. d, JI 17, 23:8 
Kelly, Jameti. d, Jl IT, 23:8 
Kemerer, Uatthes * Co. c.c, Jl IT, 23:8 
Kerkowlti. Max. d, Jl 10. 28:1 
Karner, William, d, Jl 24. 10:1 
KerBchbaum, L«o, Jl 10. 2" ' 



BUSIMESS TnnblH 



r T«k Cit7 (con- 



1 Export ft Import Corp, 8 24, 28:8 

Na«lnsky & Kane, d. Jl 24. 10:1 
Nasonowlti, MarrUB. d. Jl 17, 23:8 
Natanaon. William, As ZT, 17:2: r. As 



Perfill, Clarence C 

"' '., Joseph, d. 

Iier, lUrtln, 



Joseph, d. 'jl i!4, l6:l 



Lefiief . "Ma5dft«"M." d, S 25. 23:5 

Levenaon, Jacob. S 24, 29:21 r. 8 30, 33:2 

Levin. Benjamin. Jl 18. 17:2 

Levin. iBTael, d, Jl 24, 10:1 

L«vltt, 8. I., ft Kopedson Bros, Inc. S 

14, S3:S 
liew. Berdie, d, S 25, 23:0 
Lewis, David H.. d. As 1. 13:1 
Lewis, Helen D.. JI 2" " " 



:. Ag 23. 11 :6 

IrfOn. JULIUS. U, -AK ^o. Af:d 

Llpfeld, Oeraon, Jl 15, 28:1 

Uppman. Maurice A., ft Co, As 2, 13:2 

Little Prlrcesa PaBtry Store. Jl 31, 13:2; 

r, Ag. 8, 11:1 
Lord Carleton CiBar Co. a. Jl 18, 17:2 
McAvoy. James, >. Ag. 9, 13:2 
HcEnlcsart. Thomae. ft Co. d. S 25. 23:5 
UcOilllcuddy, Henry J., Jl 1, 19:1 
McHugh, John J.. S 12. 20:8 
HcKeown. Raymond T.. S 25, 23:5 
McLean, Seymour H.. d. Jl 1. 19:1 
Masiilre. Jsmea A., Jl 4, 11:M 
HMlW, N., ft Son. d. 8 18, 19:S 
Halael. Max. S 10. 20:6 

Maluri ft Perraro. S 21, 23:5: r. 8 23, 28:8 
Halev, Aaron, d, Jl 1, 10:1 __ 
Manchester, E. Alvard, S 24. 29:2 
-- ■ - ™- . - - .. 23, ]0:a 



Harklev Trading Co. Inc. a. As 23. 11:6 
MsBconl. Bernard, d. S 13. 17:4 
Maxim Coip. s. 8 13, IT :4 
May, Frank L., ft Co. Inc. S 5, 20:8; 

S 18. 10:8 
Mayer. HlrshaU, i 
Mayeraon ft Boaen 8 

Maynard, Henry I S:5 

Mehler. Auguat W :8 

Meislln, Oscar, As 
Meltier. M. ft 8., 2 

Menkes. Samuel, 6 
Merrill, Myron M^, 



Michaels. Georgo I 

Mlchelaon. Jacob, . 

Killer Bros, S 10, 

HUler, Morris and S 18, U 

Miller, Nathan I., Z 

MinBelgreen, Solon :B 

Mine, Henry F., d 

Molley, Victor, 0, 

Monltriiy Food Co, 

Uoore. Chrlstophei :0 

Morehouae, WllUai , _ , 17:2 

XoTTla, WiUlMQ, k. Jlie, 27:2 



Fletscher, l^rtln, Ag ih, 11 :t 
Plevretas, Oeorge, jf 24. 10:1 
Prliep. Jacob, d, Jl 10, 28:1 



3:1; a. As 18, 



Rocco, Frank. 31 2, 19 :0 

Rogers, Wililaju U., . 
Rosemo, Daniel, d, 8 
Rosenbaum, Louia, As ., .. .- 
Bosenbaum ft Taaoer, s, Jl 16. 2T:2 
Rosenbloom ft Rosenblatt, d. Ag 14, 10:2 
Rosenkranta, Morris, Ag 12. 13:1 
RoBsman, Samuel M.. d. Jl 17. 23:8 
Rothschild, Morria, d, As 28, 20:3. 
Rubin. Harry, 8 10, 19:r 
Santanlello, Frederick C, Jl 22, 11:«; 

r, Jl 23, 10:6 
Schlesbrow Co. b. JI 4. 11 ;e 
Schmaltzman, Isidore, d. Ag 28. 20:3 
Schmerl, Herman, Jl 4, 11:6 
Schmidt. Otto. Jl 22, 11:6 
Schneider ft Laschower, d, Ag 28, 20:3 
Schonwetter, Bamuel, d. Jl 2, 19:4 
Schwab. Emma, d, Ag 7, 13:1 
Schwarti. S.. 8 8, ITT* 
Bculke, Isidore, d, Ag 14, 10:2 
Seaboard Steel ft Manganese Corp, r In 

equity, As 14, 10:2 
Sefden, Nathan, a. 8 16, 29:2 
Selegman, Aaron, d, Ag T. 13:1 
Serotta Bros. Jl 31. 13i2 
Setty, David. As 21. 2) :2 
Shapiro, Bamet. d. JI 10, 28:1 
Shattuck. Georse W., Jl 25. 16:6; r, Jl 30. 



Sheldon, Edmond, d, Ag 14, 10:2 

Shrewd Leather Works, Inc, a. S 13. 17:4 

Slegcl. Jacob D.. d, JI 17, 23:8; d, Ag 14, 

™0:2 
Siegel, Samuel, d, Ag 7, 13:1 
Simon. Sam, s, Ag 14. 10:2 
Simon ft Schwartz, d^ Jl 24. 10:1 



a (A. 1 



) Co. r 



'. 10:4 



Singer. Joel. d. JI 17, 23:8 
SIttenfleld Leather Co, Jl 10. 15:2; s 

23:5 
Smith. David. Ag 23. 11:6 
Smith. Ralph E.. d, Ag 14. 10:2 
Smith, William H.. d. Jl 31. 13:2 
Snell, Thomas T., d. S 4, 23:8 
Solomon, Benjamin, d , Ag 28. 20:3 
Speltie, Edward H., d, Jl 31, 13:2 
'■■ , Henry, a, Jl 80. 12:7 



(lOf^Jc 



THE NEW TORE TIMES IUDSOL JiOv-SepU, tOi». 



lUSINBSe TronMea:— New Xork Citj (con- 
tinued) :— 
Stoll, David, d. S 13, 17:4 
Stupplebeen, Favette A,, b. JI IS. S8:l 
Taconla Mining and Smeitlng Co, r. S 20, 

18:5 
Tancer & Bro. r. JI 1, 19:1; s. Jl 11, 23:3; 

c c S 24, 29:2 
Tlmmers. Frank, d. Jl 10, 28:1 
TlBChler, Samuel, Ag 30, 11 :3 
Tockerman, Morris, d, S 18. 19 :8 
Tower Chemical Co. Ag 29. 18:7; r, Ab 30, 



Van Orden Bros, a. S 25. 23:5 

Van Praagh S S Unoa, Inc, S 28. 23:B 

Velle. James M.. S 18. 19:8 

Victory Bakery. Inc. B. Jl 8, 15:1 

Vlllaume, Henry. Jl 4, 11 :B; d, S 25. 23:B 

Von Splesel, CharleB C. d. S 18. 19:8 

WnchUer. Samuel. S 2«. 22:6 

Wahrman, Morrla, r. As 8. 18:2; a. 3 14, 



23 :S 
Wakefield. Walter B.. 8 24, 29:2 

Walsh. Richard T.. S 12. 2S:8 
Walveman. Morrla, An 7, 13:1 
Warahaw. Roae. As 13, 18:7 
Wax, Nathan, As 13. 11:5 
Weinberger, Emanuel, a, Jl IS, ]S:4 
Welngarten, Maurice, Jl 19, 18:2 
Welngarten. Samuel, d. Ag 21. 21 ;a 
WelHenbere. Morris B,. a. Jl 29, 10:4 
WelssberB. Kva, Jl IB. 27:2 
Wellmian. Charles, Jl 10. 28:1 
Well Fit Mfg Co, c.c. Jl 20, IB:6 
Werner. Slgmund. s. Ab 28. 20:3 
Weseman, Warren W., d, Jl 17, 23:8 
Whltakpr, Samuel J., d, Jl 31, 13:2 
White Electric Co, Jl IB, 27:2 



Machinery Co, Inc. 



WIcXom 

S 27. lo:^ 
Wilson. Harry W.. S 17, 10:7 
Winkler, Ben], d. Ab 14. 10:2 
Wolf, Solomon. S 19, 18:6 
Wolfe. Gordon F.. S 6, 17:4 
Wood, William H. Jr. d, 8 18. 10:8 
Woodward, Corydon A.. S 17, 10:7 
Yourstone, Hesslng, d, Jl 10, 28:1 
Zltlcnvsky, Nora V., d. Jl 10, 28:1 
Zuckerman, William, Ami, 13:2; s, S 

20:6 
Zuflacht. Bcckle. d. As 28, 20:3 



lltica, N. T.— Klrkland. Elmer ] 



. Banklns — Failures; 



BtTTLEB, Alltu M.— 

treaty, S 7. HI, 2:v 
BUTLBB. Jamea— aays horse raclne Is nec- 
essary adjunct to breeding, J! S, 13:2 
BVTI.XK, (»t) Nleholai Mnnay:— 
Addresses— Speaks on patriotism at open- 

Ine o( Columbia Unlv, S 25. 8:4 
Cost Of Uvlns— Analyzes problem ; atate- 
ment on Prea Wilson's speech, Ag U, 



BCTLEB, <Dr> Nlohvlaa Marray (coDtln- 



June 21, As 3, 4:1 

duCBB bin for permanent raink Tot Admirals 
Sims and Benson, Jl 20. 2 : 2 ; decllnea to re- 
port bill to confer honors on Marine Cor^a 
officers, Ag 30. 1:8: praises work ot Sfma 
and Benson in debate on bill conferrtns 
permanent rank upon thetn, S 9. 19:4 
BCTLEB, Penn, sew Standard ate«d Car Co 
BlITTE and Buperisr Mlnlnc Cs— Miut par 
bis fine to Mineral Separation, L,td. of Lion- 
don, by U. S. District Court decree, Jl 20, 
14:3: quarterly report, Ag 13, 20:4 



> Bom: 



BUTTO, BalvBtDm— released. As 16, 7:8 
BItXKON, Noel— reports violence in i3uda«eat 
when It was taken over by Rumanlana. At 
17, B:a 
BTTYERS, ••* Intematl Buyers' Club 
BVRME, Francis— career. S 14. IV. 2;B 
BVRNK!«. <U. S. B<pr) Junes e. — eocuaes 
W. S. Bennet of lobbying for sale of Chi- 
cago Speedway Hospital, says army doesn't 
need It. Jl 17, 17:5; Bennet r^Ues to at- 
tach. Jl IS. 4:2; blames race riots on neero 
leaders; asks espionage action, Ag 28. 14:1 
BYRNES, TImothT B.— held on cbare* of 
manslaughter after cor kills glri, S 21, U:4 
CADALLERO. L. R. Kleto— Ir on Colombian 
Treaty. Ag 10, III, 1:7 

— -';anan) B.. «w Fatberies* 



Cabinet 
CAllI.R Operalors' Strike— Poatal-Telegr^th- 

Cummercial Cable Co employes, As ». 

2:2; Ag 31. 4:1 
CABLES : — 

rahlp-WIII be abolished by 



20:2 
Bee also Banks (..._ 
B uai ness— Fal lu re a 
BUSS, (Lleat) J. R.— wins D S C. Jl 2. 5:1 
BUBKB, WIUlBDi J.-death. S 17. 13:2 
BCSSCHE-Haddenhausen, <Dari>B) fan dam 
—returns to Buenos Aires on trade mission, 
Ag 7, 6 :T ; arrives In Bucnoa Aires as repr 
of Berlin syndicate to buy Argentine und 
for Oerman colonists, Ag 14, 15:2; de- 
nounces peace treaty with Germany; saya 
Indemnities won't bo collected, Ag 23, 7:2; 
ed. As 30. 6:5; has not been appointed Ger- 
man Minister to Argentina. S 13, 1:4 



July 23, Jl 17, . 
Dept censorahlp ceases; record of Its 
work, Jl 24. 15:1 
China— Manila-Shanghai cable broken. As 

Crillcism— O. K. Davla says Natl F\>refKn 
Trade Council receives Increasing num- 
ber of complaints on poor service on Pa- 
cific cables. Jl 31. 20:2 

England— Press criticism of service^ As 20, 

France— Paris complains of delays, say* W. 
Duranty. Ag 10. 5:B 

Germany— Meaaases will be accepted by 
Western Union Telegraph Co. If vritten 
In English or French, Jl 18. 17:7: West- 
ern Union Telegraph Co will accept pri- 



. . ! control act Jl 12. 1.. 

«fe also Commercial Cable Co 

Holland— Financial transactions hampered 
by delay In quotations, S 17, 18:3 

Inidequacy of service pointed out by S«c 
Daniels, Jl 24, 1:4 

Japan— Business men In Toklo form com- 
pany to lay new cable: want better com- 
munlention with U. S.. Ag 14. 8;8 

Montevldco-N T— Connected. As 8. B:4 

NaU Foreign Trade Council— AppoInU ap«- 
clal Com on Foreign Communications to 
study service, with view to Improvement 

Pacific Cables— O. K. Davis tella of poor 
service. Buys business interests threaten 
competition unless delays end. Jl 20 27 1- 
-■"■■' ""■' - "— ■" -0 Japan 



pal for line 

seems certain. S 8. -. 

Amcr Hid In laying ..„„ „„„ 

S 18. 17:4; Commercial Cable C 

nrrangementa wllh Japan, S 28. 18:3 
Pence Terms, ■« European War— Peace 

Tre.ity with Qermany— Cables 
See also Shipping— Ouldance Of Ships In 



San Franclsc„ „ ,. 
15:8; K. Uchlda u 

awEdtlng 



JulyStpL, 191$. THE NEW YOBK TIMES INDEX. 

CABLiONB (88)— Naples workmen force crew 

to unload ammunition on way to Rusaia for 

use BSBlnat Bolshevlhl, Jl IT, 4 :S 
CABREBA, I,nl»— urgeH that reciprocal 



confiscation of oil properties, 

pressure: estlmat™ . , --„ _.. 

denounced by Mexican preas, Ag 28. 
charges that oil concerns In Tnmt>lro Huy- 
plfed arms and moncv to rebels refuted bv 
B. Ii, Doheny In testimony bpfom U. S. 
Sen ForelEn Kelatlons Com, S 12. 17:1 
C.tDDELI., (PBtralman) FranrU A.— meets 
prosperous man he helped as friendless 
boy, reward offered Id him, Ag 18, 11:8; 
decides to a " ' " 



retto disaster by Italian Comm of Inquiry, 
Ag ]."i. 1 ;4 ; encuse found for him by 
French. Ab 18, 4:8: censure resented by 
M)ch Italian military authortlles. Ae 22, 

lUain— saves man from drown- 



lended by Atty Qen. Ag 
ii-.i; counsel asks for correflpondence ' 
tween Deputy Atty Qen Becker of N. T. 
and Amb Juseerand, Ag i. 10:8; remo 
from prison to hospital aakad by 



CAI.1FOKKIA oil A Gas C 



by E. Searles. Ag 14. 2:7 
CAI,!.. The, (N. V.)— C. W. Brwin alleges 

plant by detectives who entered office at 

night. Jl 4. 18:3 
CAI.I. MoneT^Rates of present compared 

with tliose of recent years. Jl 6, II. S:3; 

rale reaches 20%. highest figure since ea- 

tublishment of Federal Reserve system In 

1014, Jl 8, 22:2; rates discussed by Gov. 

Harding. Jl 10, 8:2 
CALLAHAN, Daniel I. .—suspended from 

Chicago police force for action In race riot, 

Jl 30. 3:8 
CALLAHAN, Jahn-^te stifles before Sen sub 

com Investigating coal prices, Ag 27. 1B:2 
CALLAHAN, Jonrph M.— indorsed by Tam- 
many for N Y C Court JusOce, Jl 29, 1:6 
CALLAHAN, n'llllam—arrested on chargre of 

grand larceny. Ag 22. 24:4 
CALLAWAY, Falter R.— Invited to attend 

Washington Industrial Conference, S 18. 



CALLES, (Oen 



. s lo! 

_ _ ,. , t face charges, 

Comm of High Court decides, S 17, 1:4; 
P. l^enolr asCs to be ronfrfintod wilh him 
S 20. G:Z; will confront I^nolr. 3 26. 13:2 
CAU>EB, (D. S. Sen) WlUiun H. — approves 
Pres Wilson's veto of Agrtcultursl Appro- 
priation bill; urges public to appeal to_thelr 



tatlves 



J stain 



, Jl 1 



._ n attitude of Speaker Gil- 

lett on resolution to welcome Pershing, Jl 
18. 3:1 ; confers with Prea Wilson on peace 
treaty ; views remain unchanged. J! 23, 1:6 ; 
addresses Sen In support of his bill to ee- 
tabllsh home loan bank system. Ag 9. 2:8; 
suggested for Vice Pres If Sen Johnson 
runs for Pres. Ag fl. 20:4: introduces reso- 
lution demnnding Inquiry Into acts of Atty 
Gen Palmer and F. P. GarvaJi as Alien 
Property Custodians, Ag 23. 8:7: plana 
local daylight SBvIng, Ag 30, 18:4: accused 
by Atty Gen Palmer of pleasing Germany 
by attacks on Alien Property Custodian's 
office. Ag 31. 1:1: replies to Palmer's 
charges of pleasing Germany, a 1. 3:B; 
wants pay of N T C Police Dept raised. In 
tr to Comr Enrlght. S 15. 2:2: opposes day- 
light saving applied locally, S 28, II, 2:1 

CALDWELL. ICr. 8. Repr) Charlen Pope- 
offers resfJutton calling for formal wel- 
come of Congress to Gen Pershing on re- 
turn to U. S.. Jl W, 8:5 

CALDWELL. Oharlrs 8.— Ir on Costa RIcan 
revolt. S 21. Ill, 2:4 

CALDWELL, (Llcnt) Frank 8.— death, Jl 12, 



J.— See Meiico— Border Pro- 

-Dlvd, Ag 

OALiJm^T * BecU KIdIbc Co— Dlvd. Ag 

22, 16:2 
OALVIN, <Capt> Hbitt L.— wins D. S. C, 

Jl IS. ri:2 
OAHBON, Joles— wins D 3 C. Jl 14. 1S:3 
CAMBIIAI— Receives Legion of Honor decor- 

CAMuklA Steel Cs— United Mine Workers of 
Amer osks Trcs Wilson to Intervene to aid 
In obtaining recognition for collective bar- 



lAMKItlDOE Vnlv-Wlll confer h 




grees on war chiefs. Jl 20. 3:4: 




grees on war heroes. Jl 24. 14 1 




;AMDKH, N. .1.— street rv servic 


e halted bv 


Kone fere riots, 8 IT, 2:5; S 18, 


1:6; ed. S 


JB. 12:3; trolley men sworn In 


as officers 


during zone fare disorders, 8 16. 


10:3; ed, S 


20. 10:3: Council, urged by Mayc 






l.^hri^SJ'i- 



S^22. 10_;4 J oftldala protest bafor_ 



Public _ — , 

cott of cars continues, S 24, 8:2; merchants 
attack zone fare system in petition present- 
ed to Public Utility Cd, S 30. 17:3 

CA.MKKON, Grace, see O'Connor. L. C. 

CAMKKUN. HariBTet Bell na Erne— death and 
■ ■ - Ag 7. 7' 



ECI, 



noldlne 



2:S 
CALDWELL, Jamea Emmott— death, Jl 27. 

22:6 
CALDWELL, N. J.— 8oldler8 and sailors 

drli^n out of barracks by heavy rains, Jl 

CALDWELL, R, C— speaks at luncheon of 
Community Councils of Natl Defense on 
labor conditions, Ag 23. 11 :4 

CALDWKLL. R. J.— Ir on League of Nations. 
Jl 13. Ill, 2:4 

CALDWKLL. RoheH T.— appear.i berore Sen 
Foreign Relations Com in behalf of free- 
dom of Mld-Europenn nations. Ag 30. 2:5 

CALEDONIAN CLrB— N. T. members re- 
pudiate Scottish self-determination pica to 
U. S. Sen. Ag 28. 2:2 

CALHOCN, C. H.-says league of Natlona 
Is favored by Latin Americans. S 14. II. 
2:3 



, n Property 

Custodian— Union Tank Line Co 
CAMINETTl, (Comr Ota) Anthonr— tells 

a ImmlgTHtlon " ' ' ' ' " ' " 



HMANN. (Mm 



in I lor 



Jl 8 



: fllghU o 
'. S.— Army— Camp»— Dlvl- 
I A.— speaks at Elks' con- 

B. — proposes 



[■AMPB»:I.L, (C. 8. Beu_. _ .. _ , 

Gen Pershing for Pres, Ag 29, 7:1 
[^AMPnEI.L, iV. a. Repr) Pblllp Pitt— offerit 

bill l>v which I'resldents would not be per- 
mitted to leave IT. s. during lorm of office. 
Jl 10. 3:1: introduces resolution calling on 
Pres Wilson to submit Federal expense es- 
timate, cutting taxes by a billion dollars, 
Ag 8. 14:3: approves Pres Wilson's warning 



THE NEW TORK TDISS IKDEX. JvfySfpt^ 19X9. 



OAHPBEU., (U. B. Bcpr) FhlUp MM (oon- 

tinued)- 

to organ I led labor. acotfB at plea for 

Leasue of NatlonB. As S. 1:4: resolution 

denouncing landing of V. 8. Marines On 

Dalmatian coaat, S 27, 4 :S 
CAMmZLL., Tbomu— death, Jl 30. 9:3 
CAMFIOMB, ItBiT— 'Attempt at Klt-deter- 

mlnatlon after cioHlne of Caoino. gambllnK 

place, by Italian Qovt. faJla, Jl 31, 3:7 
CAMFB. iM U, S.— Army— Campa 
CANADA:— 

Army— U. U. MacSweeney telln of flghtlnc 
by troops In war and good feeline be- 
tnecn them and British. )r, Jl 26. 10:6; 
7.000 men arrive In Halifax from over- 
seas. Ab 25. " ~ 
Set alio Er, 

Cabinet— Sir T&or...._ . ... _ 

Ister. will retire. Jl 9. fl:2; reHlgnations 
and chansea. Ag 3. II. 8:8 

Commerce— Bulk of export groes to Britain, 
most Imports are from U. S., Jl SI, 14:3; 
export cmbarB 
and leathers. A„ __. __. 
staUstJcs. S 21. II. 3:5 

BrolBTBtlon— MTrs (eel effects of aliens 
leavlnc. As 17. 11. 7:9 

BuTopean war, sea Army, alWTe 

Finances— 'Bankers plan Dig' credit. Jl 2, 
22:2: terms agreed on by conferring 
bankers, Jl 3, 18:2: new f 75.000,000 Issue 
will be floated to redeem old loan ; J. F. 
Morgan ft Co heads syndicate which will 
have charge of offering, Jl 6, 25:2; abith 
loan to be offered to .public, will bear 5^ 
per cent Interest, 8 IS. 11:5: subscrip- 
tions closed. Jl 10. 20:3: J. P. Morgan ft 
Co announce allotments of gold securi- 
ties. Jl Ifl. 18:fl: financing debtors Is prob- 
lem. Jl 21. 14:3; loan has been divided 
Into 10-year bonds and 2-year notes. Jl 
22, 22:2: Prince of Wales opens Victory 
loan, 3 2. 1:4 

German Immigrants— Ed on exclusion. Ag 
2. 9:1 

Labor Conditions, ace Labor— Canada 

Parliament Building- Prince of Wales lays 
- — —stone of completed building. 3 2,"' 

"--aty with Gem ti-....— 

luropeon W^ar— 
. —Ratification 

Political Parties— McKenrie King elected 
leader of Liberal Party. Ag 8. 6:2 

Prohibition, see Prohibition— Canada 

Publicity Office— Will be opened in N T C 
to further Canadian Interests. Ag 24, II, 

Reconstruction, see European WM^Recon- 
alructioti — Cana d a 

Repreaentatlve in N. T.— Lt Col J. A. 
Cfooper appointed. Ag 9, 9:7 

Strikes, ■<« Labor— Canada 

Tariff, src Tariff 
CANADIA 

Ag 25; ,.. 

Toronto flight. Jl 18. 3:5 
CANADIAN Noribfln 8y Co-Ajinual re> 

port; sells note isBUe. Jl 19. 12:6, 7; tnul 

notes offered. Jl 22. 22:2 
CANADIAN Pacific Ry. see German FlotO— 

CANADIAN 8 B Unes, Ltd, see New York- 
Bermuda" Une 

CANADIAN War Hemsrials Bxhibltlan— 
Amer Liegion Invites members to attend 
Australian 27th Div Day at Anderson Qal- 
leries; program. Jl 28. 6:2 

CANALS— Gov amiih appeals to N. T. Con- 

GeBsmen for aid to defeat attempt to give 
terstate Commerce Comm control of 

canal transportation rates. Jl 24, 15:5 
CANAVAN, (Hri> Id* BUea— death. 8 21, 

22:3 
CANDY— Sweets Co o( Amer organized, Jl 

3, 7:5 
CANI>T Factorieii— Mass. Minimum Wage 

Comm flies *12.50 as minimum wage for 

women workers. Jl 26. 13:8 
CANNED OiHMla, ■(« Foodstuffs 
CANNING, see Foodstuffs 
CANNING I Ddnstry— Conditions described In 

bulletin printed by Minimum Wa.ce Comm 

of Uaas.. Jl 25. 22:6 



CANNOLD, Hermuk— daath. Ag 9. 9:* 
CANNON. (Bar) James. Jr—opvoaea Inter- 
vention In M«ilco at h«ariDg of Sea For- 
eign Relations Com. fi 9, 1:2 
CANNON. <I4) W. F.— death^ 14. 14:1 
CANNON, sae Btlropaan War— Troidilai : 

CANOBINO, see Sports 

CANTEENS, see Soldiers and Sailors' Club 
CANTON HoiplUI, ■» HospltalB— China. 
CANTORS' Assoc Df Amei— Concerts planned 

to raise reUef fund, Ag 20, 12:1 
CAFBHART. Chutes, see New York Tltnea 

—Europe 
CAPSLLB. (Admlnl) Edward Chariaa v**- 

faces Int'.matl tribunal for re spon albllltr 

for war crimes, Bp «rt, Jl 13, Til, 6:1 



Campaign 



n Austro-itallaD Border. Ag IS 



CAPBRB, John G.— death. SB, 1. .- 
CAPITAI,— Operator Of retaU clothlu gtare 

discusses problem of retting «ddltlMial 

working caplial. Ag 24, U, 7:3 
CAPITAL ud Lmbor. u 

and Labor 



I^bol^-Opltal 



of stcBllng 



U.: Le Vkrie. F.: 

caforbtt'o, ih BuTopesn 
paign on Austro- Italian Borde 

CAPOZZl, Alfonmo— convicted 
automobile. Jl 10, 30:' 

CAFFER, (U. B. Seal 

Prea Wilson at White , 

treaty. Jl 19, 2:1; Ir to his newspaper In 
Tokio dealing with talk with Pres W^llaoo 
on Shantung award. Jl 24. 2:3: says there 
1b no uniform price for wheat growers, Ag 
B. 1:7: urges Sen to Immediate action tai 
reducing living costs. Ag 6. 3:1; a«T*es 
with Pres Wilson's suggestion for FMeral 
licensing system for commodities. As 9, 
1:4; statement on Iiodge amendment oa 
Shantung. Ag 26, 2:4 

CARAWAY, <I7. 8. Rapr) Thaddens H.— ac- 
cuses Republicans In Congress of fighting 
League of Nations merely because it to 
sponsored by Prea Wilson. B 11. 6:4 

OARBAJAL, (Dr) Pnnelsaa Bnriqaea y, mc 
Santo Domingo 

OABBBBBY, Jobn B.— death. Ag 2S, 11:4 

CARD, WlUlam C— death. Jl 3, 13:3 

CABDASHIAN, Vahait— Ir urging allied aid 
In arms and munitions for Armenia, Ag 
19. 12:7; Ir on population and seU-defenae 
of Armenia, Ag 31. III. 2:4 

CARDIFF, W airs— A. Rltchings recelrea 
rank of Col in war; becomes constable 
again on hiB return, sp art. Jl 13. VII, 14:2 

OARDINALB, Antsnlo, Bee Baff B. 

CAREY, BobeH— resigns from Jersey City 
com to welcome de Valera, S 13, 4:5 

CARFARES, see Street Rys-Fares 

CARGO Uneri, ■» Shipping Bd— C*Tg» 
Liners 

CARLE, Hrs. Edwud P.— C L. Paulllng ar- 
rested on charge of writing annoying let- 
ters. Ag 14, 15:7: Paulllng adjudged in* 
sane. Ag IE, 12:5 

CABLIN, P. J.. CoBstrnetloB Co., see Prta- 
ons-N. Y. S.-Slng Sing 

CARLOS, (Oen,) see Honduraa 

CARLSON, Oscar, see Shipping— Stitkea— 
U, S. 

CARLTON. Neweomb, b» Western Union 
Telegraph Co 

CARMINE, Ad alt— expulsion from Swltser- 
land demanded following message to d'An- 
nuDilo hoping that canton of Tlclno 'will 
soon become Italian; said to have placed 
his whole fortune at disposal of d'Anntin- 
Elo, S 29. 3:3 

CARNEGIE. Andrew— death; career; port.: 
tributes: list of gifts. Ag IS, ppL 9: Pr«* 
Wilson's message of condolence: funeral 
plans; his own epitaph will be lnscrit>ed on 
tombstone; C. M. DepeWs tribute, Ag IS, 
11:1; Ag 14. 8:1; funeral, Ag 15. 11:1: 
Hague papers pay tribute : Chilean Cham- 
bisr of Deputies adopts resolutions. Ag U^ 



JvfyStpt, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



OARNKOIX, Aadmr (continued)— 
11:4: what he did for mudc Ag IT, IV. 
S:2: part in derelopinent of upper Sth Av. 
As IT. IX, 16:3: will was drawn up br B. 
Root: T^ort of UO.000,000 estate called 
false. Ak 21. 8:2: S. Inealls tells anecdote, 
As 2S, 4i2: text of will; J. Bertram san 
he did not " die disgraced," Ag 29. 1 :1 ; ed. 
As 29. 10:2: bequests to British statesmen 
arouses interest: papers raise question 
whether they should accept annullles, A« 
81, 2:6; writer in NaU City Bank BulletiD 
discusses activities anil ImaglneB him as a 
Soviet servant, Ae 31, II. 1:6; Isabel M. 
Ross tells of him In Sklbo Castle, sp art. 
As 31. VII, p 9 ; ed. Let the nation sratit 
Its own pensions, S 1, a:S 
OAKNKOIB FsDBdatloB— Sen HItchcocli de- 
nies aasertlon of Sen Fall that he said In 
1912 that It was backlnc Leasue to E!n- 
force Peace, Jl IS. 1:8 
CABNKQIE 8tMl Co— Bids for NavT Dept 
contracts are lower than Industrial Bd quo- 
tations. As 23. 18:1 
CARM8Y, James— death. Jl SI, 0:3 
CABOUNA Power M Uctat Ce— Com dlvd, Jl 

». 24:2: pf dlvd, S 11, SS:3 
CABPENTBIt, (Mn) Annie EUs>— death. As 

2. T:e 
CABPENTEB. Renrr A.— death, 8 14, 22:8 
CABPENTEB, (Oen) Howard W.— estate. S 

23. 2S:2 
CABPENTEB. PUIIp— death, Jl 24. 9:1 
CABPENTEB, (U) Boyal 0_sentence for 
hSiVlnr violated orders confirmed by Pros, 
As 10. n, 2:1 
CARPENTBB Steel Ce— Readlns «mplorea 

vote for 10-hr day, S 27, 3:2 
CABPBKTIBR. Gears**, see SportH—BoxlnK 
CARPETS— Rus prices sidvance, Jl 12, 1S:7 
CARR, A. MarrlB— death, S 23. 17:5 
CARBANZA, (Prva) VennstlaDo — rule de- 
fended by Amb Bonlllas. Jl 15, 17:4: i" 
BotiBl animosity asalneC him denied by 

Oates. As 2. 3:7: Interviewed on Mexl. 

problems: accuses oil Interests of tryins to 
embroil tJ. S. and Meilco, As 2. 13:3 '" 

tervlew proteated agaliiBt by Natl A 

far the Protection of Amcr Rights In Mex- 
ico, As 3, 8:1: orders protection of foreign- 
era Id messase to Govs. As 11. 5:3; asked 
to resign In manifesto circulated by A. R. 
I>>mlnKuez, As 23, 3:6; leglalatlOD la begin 
nlns to be opposed by Supreme Court anc" 
Consress. As 28, 4:2: decree amending lawi 
on claims, S 1, 1:2: messase to Congress 
defends Mexico against foreign representa 
tlona particularly from U. 8,. rejects Mon- 
roe Doctrine and aasalls League of Na- 
tions, promises conciliation on' oil laws, S 2, 
1:3; accused by Dr Altendort of aiding 
Oerman plot to Invade V. S., S 3. 6:2; ed. 
S S, 12:1: plot for his death revealed by 
Uexlco City press, S T. 18:2; upheld by 
Dr 8, O. Inman in testimony to XT. S. Sen 
Foreign Relations Com. SO, 1:2: will not 
run again for Pres, 8 13. 4:3: praised by 
Rev I>r H. A. Tupper in testimony to XI. B. 
Sen Foreign Belatlons Com: will visit 
northern part of Mexico, B 20. II :1, 2 
Be« also Meileo— Carrania Govt 
OARBERE. Henri Valente-death, Jl 18, 11 :4 
CABREBE, J. MaxweU. are Navy Club 



As IT. lil, 2^' 

OABROU, (N , .^ 

record praised by CItliena' Union, Ag 13, 



II ^--legislative 



_, , „ 1 P.— preaches sei 

__i League of Nations in Baltlmoi 

Cathedral. S 22, S:2 

OARROU., IiOrena — ed on refusal of Sum 
S>te Fowler to Increase her allowance froi 
estate of father, J. 1>. CarToll. Jl 1. 1S:S 

OABROIX, (Corp). P>trlck J.— wins D S ( 
Jl 2, 6:1 

OARROIX, WnUam Thomas— death. S 11, 



CARBON, (Blr> Edwaid— «>Mka at OnutC* 
Day demonstration at Belfast: denounces 
Irish agitation In U. S. and Sir H. Plunk- 
ett, Jl 13, 1:9; answered by Justice Coha< 
Ian. Jl 11. 1B:T; assailed for Ulster threat 
In speech: Alty Oen Sir Hewart tells 
House of ConuDons there Is no les&l ground 
for prosecution. In answer to move pro- 
posed by J. R. Clynea. Jl 17, 2:7; sivea 
reasons for speech at Belfast; attacks de 
Valera campaign, Jl 18, 1:3; Indications 
that Govt wUl forea home rule. As 31. 2rS; 
campaign assailed by de Valera: says Colo- 
nial home rule Is same as Sinn Fein, 8 8. 
6:2; attacked by de Valera. S 4, 3:6: as- 
sails NorthcUfte, S 4. 13:2: statement on 
Pres Wilson's attitude regarding Ireland; 
denies need to interfere, 8 21, 7:1: unalda 
to open Home Rule campaign because of 
ry strike. S 28, 21:3 

CARBON. Hampton I>— elected Prea of Amer 
Bar Assoc, S 6, 17:2 

OAB8TBN8, (Mrs) Catkerlae KuguM— 
death, S 11, 1S:8 

CARTER, (C. S. Bapr) Ohariee D^^ art by 
J. W. Harrington on bill for self-deter- 
mination for Amer Indlsji*. Ag 10, VH, 4:1 

OABTEB. E. C— wins CroM Of the Legion of 
Honor, Jl 19, 16:4 

CARTER. Edward 0.— funeral, Jl 2, 1S:8 

OABTEB, Prank— career on the atase, 8 38. 
IV. 3:8 

CARTER, Oecrge JohB-death. S 21. 17:0 

CARTER. (Dr) George W.. ew N T Bible 



England presses button In Balmoral Caatlt^ 



CARTIER de Karehleuia, (Buon> BMlt- 
marries Mrs Marie* Cary, Jl 17, 18:1; wlU 
return to U. 8. as Belgian Amb, Ag 81. n. 
1:4: arrives in U. 8. (o arrange for recep- 
tion of Belgian sovereigns, S 10, 3:5; give* 
reception In Washington In honor of Cardi- 
nal Mercier. S 24, 6:6 

0ABTI,EDOE, Isabella Palknai— death, Jl 80, 
8:3 

■ Of " The War In 



OARTRIDOE Cloth, aae U. 8.- 
plles 

C ABU BO, Enrloo— wine and antomobUe 
selied in raid during food riota In Florenoa, 
Jl 10, 3:4; City of Mexico offers (10,000 a 
night for 10 performances, Ag 24, 16:1; ar- 
rives in N T C with wife and eon, S 8. 8:2: 
■ays Carranaa guarantees his safety while 
in Mexico; tells of peasants' looting of hta 
villa in Italy, S t, 18:2: leaves for MezIca 
City, S 18, 14:6 

OARTBLtn P. B.— resigns as Canadian Min- 
ister of Public Works; will be Chairman of 
Bd of Ry Comrs. As 3. n, 6:8 

CABY, (Mra) Marir, B<-r Cartler, Baron B de 

CABADEBUB, Henri— wIU direct French op- 
era company engased for American tour. It 
6. IV. 6:3 

CAaAORANDB, Eagenls-^eaves bride on 
honeymoon to Join d'Annunilo In Flume. 
8 28, 21:8; arrives in Flume where d'An- 
nunilo makes him commander of air fleet, 
8 29. 3:4 

CASE, (Deetroyer), see U, S,— Navy— Case 

CA8ENAVE, Man rlee— gives .luncheon at 
Hotel Avignon : address by Baron de Neu- 
(llze on Franco-Araer. trade problems. Jl 17, 
8:1: opens French Industrial Art exhibition 
at PennsylvHnis Hotel. Jl 26, 4:3: an- 
nounces organization of Federation of 
Amer. Agencies for Relief In France, Ag 8, 



iS'Bnce resurgent. 



8 21, III', 12 :i 



THE NEW YORE TIKES INDEX. MySepU, 1$1$. 



CA8ET, AmedM J.— Ira on cob] prices, Ae ». 

8:7: Ag 31. Ill, 8:1 
CA8£T, lAoji C, ■•• U. 8.— Navy-Graft 
CASBY {B S)— Will be named by Shlpplns 
Bd in honor o( K ot C wiir work, Ag IS. 
13:4 
CABIHIBl, (Bt KoT Her) HaHtr* RatfMl*, 

■SB Vatican Choir 
CA8KII.I., QMrce W.— death. Jl 23. S:Z 
CASS, WUlimm Osrdoti— deatli, Jl 1. 13:3 
CAB8ANOVA ( A dmlrmlf— detained in Ftume. 

S 21. 0:1 
CABHAVETE8, N. f.— answered by C. U. 
Clark In regard to Italy's policy In Al- 
bania, Jt 6, II. 2:1: Ir on Greeks In Smyrna, 
Jl 2T. III. 2:8 
CA8BETT A Co— Will open N. Y. office, Jl 

15, 22:2 
CAS81UX, (N. Y. Aldcmiui) Kd ward— record 
■UDimarlied by Citizens' Union. S 30, 10:1 
CABBIDY, Janieii P.— court refusea applica- 
tion of W. F. ISvanfl to visit him in death 
house at Sins Sing, Ar 28. 14:4 
CA8SIDY. JamM W.— death. Jl IT. 13:4 
CABBIDY, (Mrs) Marr— death, Jl 22. B:3 
CA8TIOI,10NI. F.— Ir on Italy In the war, 
Ag 3, III, 1:7; ir on Thrace and Flume. Ag 
14. B:S 
CABTILLEJO, <Pr»f) Jo»<«— diacuaaea Spain's 



CABTU:, <Capt) On] 

B:2 
CASTLE. Ii 



W. a.— dea 



, Ag 14, 






(Capt) R. I 



CASTLeI Looisp— slater. iJUy V. Andrews 
obtains court order dlrectlnK W. R. Siegle 
to produce her will, Jl II, 20:4 

CA8TBO. (Mn) CdnBcpelon Fcrnandes de- 
death. Ag 20. 1S:2 

CABUAIiTlEe In Wm^Ma] Cotton compares 
thoae of civil war with those o( recent war, 
Ag 2S, 11 :3 ; ed, Ag 28. 12 :3 
Se« also European War — Casualties 

OAsrALTY Insnranae. see Workmen's Com- 
pensation 

CATALOGUEB. see Trade Catalogues 



in. 16:4; Barcelona labor troubles ended, S 

10. 2:0 
CATHEDRALB. iM Churches. 
CATHOLIC Bensvaltint I.*itlDn— Mrs Mary 

Kennedy wins suit to recover Insurance on 
her father, Jl 10, 1S:4 

CATHOLIC Chnreh. Greek, see Greek Catho- 
lic Church. 

CATHOLIC ChDTcb. Roman, sM Rotnan 
Catholic Church 

CATHOLIC Hlerarclir. »»e Roman Catholic 
Church— U. S. 

CATHOLIC War Coancll— Issues leaflets on 
AmerlcanlBm, S 1, 7:2 

CATHOLIC YoDiiK Men's Natl Pnlon— Con- 
vention: M. J. Siattcry. Pren. speaks: Arch- 
bishop Hayes welcomes delegates, Ag 24. 

11, 1:8: Ag 2.-i. 14:1 

CATBON, Peter— killed by Mexican bandits. 
Jl 10. 1 :2 

CAT«— Need In Belgium, S 28, It, 1:7 

CATT. (Mra) Carrie Ciiapm an— predicts ratl- 
flcnUon nf Fedoral suffrage amendment by 
1920, S 14. 18:2 

CATTBLL, (PtoO i. MeBeen— sues Trustees 
of Columbia ITnlv and Pres Buller for dam- 
ages for dismissal from faculty for war 
alUtude, S 24, 12:4; tiles additional suits 
ngnlnst publishers of The Alumni News, 



I (continued > — 
will vote to decide guardinc healtH o( 
cattle, Ag 3, 6:7 
Bee alao Uve Stock: Heat 
CATTB, (Gov) 8. J.— telegram to Tampa Ckti 
Council concerning reference to P. O, 
Knight called discourteous, S 18, «:4 
CATTCB, Charles B.— married Mercedes Raf- 

ferty last Jan. Jl 10. 1S:1 
CA U C AS VB— British troops ttegin to evacu- 
ate. 3 la, 17:6 
CAULLET. John J.— death. Jl IS. 11:2 
CAUTY, Prank H.— will succeed H. K. Fow- 

partmenta of various companies, Jl 21. 15-.i 
CAVAnocCHl, (Grn) see Buropean "War— 

Campaign on Austro- Italian Border. 



Cambridge degrea. Ji 24. 

CAVAMAOB, Josei^— Ir on 2d Div. U: S. A.. 

Jl 17, 12 :S: Bnsign Cavanagh answers Ir on 

SdUlv, Ir, Jl M. 8:6 
CAVANAOH, (Ensign) Joseph W.— Ir on M 

Div In answer to one by a namesalie. Jl 

24. 8:6 
CATELI.. Edith— Germans attempt to Justify 

•■xerutlon. Ag 19. 12:3; alleged betrayer. G. 

" "■■' — . will appear before o ' "-' 



free tholr 1 __ _ _ 

who helped her. arrives In the U. S. ; was 
lawfully executed reports Com on Military 
Law of Amer Bar Assoc, Ag 28, 15:5, 8; 
two women testify that Qulen betrayed 
them to the Germans, Ag 31, 2:7; death 
penalty for Quien demanded by FTendi 
prosecutor, 8 5. 3:4; Quien condemned to 
death, S 6, 3:2: The Hun higher up, ed. S 

CAVENATGH. (Col> Harry G.— death, Jl 

IB, fl;T 
CECIL, (Lord) Robert:- 

British envoy to ths U. _. „_„_ 
British Govt Is overpartlcula 
choice, JI 31. 11:2 

Brotherhood Congresa, meaaage 



., S 18, 2:2 

CECII.IE. former Crown . _. .. 

many, visits her hust>and at WIeringen. S 






.. )9:6; confers with iorrner Ehnperor. _ 
IB, 1B:4; returns to Ciermany. S 18, 17:7 
Bee aliiD Frederick William (Crown Prince) 
— Fnmlly 

CELLEBE. (Conatesn) Dolnrrs dl— confers 
with Mrs. Drake, Pres of Amer Free Milk 
and Relief for Italy, and tells of Bhortage 
of milk In Italy, Jl 20, II, 3:3 

CELLEBE, (Count) Vlavenilo Ma«bl dl— 
arrives In IT. s. with family. Jl 14. 15 :« 

CELLULOID Ooods— Japan restricts eJqwrts, 



India— ARTricuUure Dept reports India is CENTRAL Arks 

grealeHt cattle raising country, Jl 12, B:« divd. Ag 7. 22 :i 

King Pontiac, blooded bull owned by Mrs CENTBAI. Coal 

H. Mnssenftt. sold for JIOO.OOO. Jl 8, II, T'nitM ^rlno W 

Prices— nrop, Ji IS. II. 2:7: bull sold for 
las.OOft. record price for Jersey cattle. Ag 
n. 32:3 

Tuberculosis— Dr Hoaklns tells of menace, 
In apeerh Bt convention of N T 8 Vet- 
erinary Sac, JI 23. 3:8; Mississippi county 



(Tenaorship; News Censorship 
CBXRl'S, ntr Agricultural Census 
CF-NNrs Bar, see V. S.-Cenaus Bur 
CENTENABIANS. see references obder Ix>n- 

gevlty 
CENTRAL Agalrre Bngar €■— Com divd, S 

12. 22 8 
CENTRAL Arkansas Ry A Llrcht Corp-- Pt 



■nd Coke Co— Strike. •« 
o, ser United Mine Wort(- 



CENTRAL Com of rnredeernvd tlpnean— 

Appeals to N. T. Times against Intema- 
tlonnllintlon of Thrace. Ag 27. 0:1 
CENTRAL EnTape, see Foodstuffs— CCTitral 
Europe 



JtUt-SvL, MM. THE NEW TOEK TIMES INDEX, 



blcrekado referred to Executive Bd; 
reKilutlona adopted (or recall of troops: 
" "" ■ * uid proposed Zc, 

„ „ sement on Ame 

rights, tella of formation of coiporatlon ti 

12, S:8; Sec Bohm ser5s .. „ 
■W^llson urglnB veto of daylight savliiB act 
repeal, Ag 4, 17:3; adopts rasolutlon de- 
mandiiiK recall of Amer troops from Kus- 
sia; wires protest to Judge Mayer, asking 
removal of Receiver Oarriaon of B R T, Ag 
9, 4:S; E. Bohm eicuaea strikes, in Ldbor 
Day message. S 1, 2:2: repudiates labor 
truce recommended In Plerce-Epateln re- 
port of N. T. S. Federation of Labor, 8 

13, 11:6; attacks Ainer lows, proposes new 
consUtutJon, S 27, 3:3 

GBNTRAL Lvsther Co— Quarterly report, Jl 
23, 10:5; pf dlvd, Ag 27. 21:3; dlvd, S 24. 
2S:S 

GKNVBAI. M'TeuiIlle Bank »t N. T.— State- 
ment. S SO, 17 :S 

CKNTBAL Park, ■•• N Y C— Parka 

CBNTRAI. B B of N. J.— Stockholders' re- 
port for 1S18. S 20, 1S:1 
8e« also Ballro Ada— Claim Settlement 

CKNTBAL atatas Electric Corp— Pf dlvd, S 

Cb'nTBAI. Sngar Co of Chicago— Warrants 
Issued for branch offlcera In Pittsburgh. 
4diarged with profiteering. Ag 7, 16:8; men 
held for Federal Court, As 9, 3;5 

CBNTBAI. CnlDU Trust Co-Statement. Jl 
18. 21:4: statement, S 24, 26:6 
8«B also Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co— 
nnanoea 

CBMTBAl. V 
Claim Settle — 

CBNTBAI, Zionlat Com— annual meeting In 






Railroad »- 



> Corp— Pf dlvd. S 



/ of Dr Henl, Jl 20, 4:1 

CEKEAI.S, ■«« Grain 
CBRBBTTI. JArehblshop) ] 

l^edrct,"Jl : 
CEBTAIN-TBI 

10. 20:8 
CBBTIFICATBS, see European War— Deco- 

CERTIFICATES of Indabtcdncs 

U. S.-Finances. 

CERTIFICATES of Orlrln— Required for Im- 
ports Into Serbia, S 28, II. 7:5 

CHADBOIIRME, Thonuti I..— invited to I 
tend Washington Industrial conference, 
18, 1:5: Interviewed on labor Issues. S ', 



19:3 
CIIAI.ONKR, John ArmatroDg—Brgi 

application Cor restoration of conti 

Goperty heard, Jl 18, 13:3; courf 
s Ume of Immunity In N Y C ti 
23. 8:7; declared sane In N. Y. S 
granted application to have control of hi 
property restored to him. Jl 27, 7:3; an 
nounces he will begin active campaign on 
"'lunacy trust" in U. S. and Europe; his 
statement, Jl 28. 5:1: T. T. Sherman, com 
of his estate, files final accounting. Ag 13. 



IcDliore 



i Natl Bd 



signed, Jl 21. 12:8 
CHAMBER of Comiaercc, V. S.:— 
Brazil Chamber of Commerce signs arbl- 

* — * 1 6, 11, 1:8 

' priadples, S 21, IV, 



of Oovt cnvnershlp, . 



CHAMBBBI.AIK, (V. B. San) Oe«r>e Earls 
—submits bill proposing freeing all con- 
victed fighters except In felony cases, Jl 22. 
8:1; introduces universal military training 
bin. Ag 1, ia:l; comment on Pres Wllson-S 
speech on living costs. Ag 0, 1:5; eourts- 
martlal bill opposed in War Dept Courts 
Martial Bd Report. Ag 25. 1:7; appeals to 
Amer newspapers not to publish history of 
European War by Gen Ludendorff, wUch 
I propaganda, Ag 3" 
ent of Chen-*--' — 
-nony before 
Itlcises MaJ t 



i staff despotisn 
peachment of Ba! 

..„ .iTlthheld Ansell o;,... 

1:6. pp 20. 21; replies ti 



tem, S 18. 4:2; ed on attack on army re- 
organisation bill. S 17, 12:2 
See also TJ. 3. — Congress — Bills — Courts - 
lal: TJ. S.— Congress— Bills— Military 



"Dally"Ma!l^^logizeJ 
warns of Brillsh expenditures : rejects 
project of tiBtlonalizallDn as means of rais- 



i-r-~, -■ r.— discusses bill for 

natl budget system, Jl B, IV, 6 1 
" BUI, "■ ~ 



CHAMBERS, (Vri Albert— death, Ag SO. 7:6 
CHAUBERS, Hsdd on— arrives In uTs., fe 14, 



of V. S. In war, Jl 0. 7:3 
CHAMPI.IN, (destroyer) see U. S.— Navy 
"*NI»I^B^ A. C.-;aays water dog is bitter 



_ . -larry— says Southern CaJ 

....u.n League of Nations, S 22. 3:8 
CHANDLER Motor Car Co-New stock Issue. 

CMANG-CHCN, (PC Manchuria 
CHANNEI.8. •«« English Channel Tunnel 
CHAPIN, Hrmaa Grrnld— death. S 29, 13:1 
CHAPIN (Dr) Hinry Iiwlght-named direc- 
tor of Rosa Spang FoundaUon, Jl 22. 17:4 
CHAPLAINS, aee U. S.-Army-Chaplaina 
CHAPFELl,. <Capt) Charles I»— death. Ag. 



s N. T. Assoc for Improving 

1 of the Poor 
.. - --Bmperor of Anitrli 

— jt taken out of Austria .. ■„,^„„ 

In Switzerland last Spring. Jl 27. Ill, 4:2; 
refuses demand of Magyars that he take 
Crown of Hungary, Ag 10, 6:2* — ■"— 
Archduke Joseph that he is still 
King of Hungary and commissions him to 
take over power until his return. Ag 16, 
4:4: denial by Archduke Joseph of Ir order- 
ing him to assume power, Ag IB, 4:6; or- 
dered King Ferdinand of Bulgaria to leave 
Austrian retreat. Ag 28, 4:4; will leave 
Switzerland; protests against Intrigue ru- 
mors. S 3. 12:8; will visit King of Spain. 
S 15, J;2; denies report that he will go to 
Santander; will stay In Switzerland, S 21, 
5:8 royalists In Hungary plan to make him 
Regent for his son. Archduke Prancls 
JosephOtto, whom they want as King, S 

CHARLES, Crown Frinoe at Bamanla— wife 

among European royal Prlncesaea sought 
for him by his father. Jl 14, 2:8; wHtra 
King Ferdinand that he renotinces throne. 
Ag 20, 5:5 



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OHABI^B I 






— ABbore, JI 2S, 



CHABL£8TON, E 
fact that Mayor umvc. nul^jj juuiij 
GermHii In hia views, Beeka re-election 
10, 8;2; Grace la Democrallc nominee 
Mayor, As 24, 8:2; Grace wins Democi 
nomination. As 24. >i-2 

CMAHLOTTE, Orud DnchFH at Lsieml 
—her fiancee Prince Felix of Bourbon-I 
ma aeeka AlUea' consent to visit her, Ai 
' : by plebiscite \ 
sea r— " ~' -'■ 

OHARLOTTEt "n. 



tend summer sesalons 



~ training "for a'rIlataV's 21," III", 8-2"" 

CHA8K Natl Bank— Statements, Jl 10, 24:4: 
S IB. p 25; R. Schley elected Vice Prea. Ag 
7, 20:3; quarterly divd. S 12. 21:8 

CHATKAC dc Ckavanlac, ■» French He- 
roea' I^fayette Memorial Fund 

CHATEAU TUerry— Memorial services for 
anniversary of IflOth Inf acUon, Jl 28. 10 

CMATFIELI), (Jadcc) Thomaa I.— Upholds 
coiuUtutlonallty of warUme prohibition In 
„. a . MInery of Conn., charged 



with unlawful sale < 



10:1 
THAU , 

""-*- a in, a):u; a in, xi:i 

iinnc— letter on Shantung award, 
Jl 28, 8:7 

CHAUMIE, Joiepb— death, JI IB, 3:3 

CMAUHONT, Mayor sf. lee Alphandery, I» 

CHAUNCEY. (I.t> Chsrie* C, m Aeronau- 
UCB-U. 8,-Nlght Altitude Teat. 

CHAUTAUQITA Csunty Aarlealtaral 8oc, ■» 
PtdndexUr (U. 8. Sen) M.. S 12 

CHAUTAVQDA InatitntloB-^. D. Rocke- 
feller oftcra tlOO.OOO providing KOO.OOO Is 
raised, Jl 24, 8:8 

CHEETHAH, (air) HUae— apiwlnti 
Minister to Peru. S 22. 17:2 

CHELIABINSK. see Russia— Bolshevlat Govt 
-Ural Region, Ag 7 

CHEI^EA Eichangs Bank— Statements. Jl 
e, 24:2; S IB. 2S:4 

C1IEI.SEA Mrmnrlal. iire European War- 
Memorials and Monuments— Chelsea 

CBKMICAL raDndatlon. Ine— Text of Ir from 
Repr Moore to J. H. Choale. Jr., asking 
further Inquiry Into operations, " '" ""■ 
Garvan replies to Repr Moore m 
before House Ways & Means Com, 
resign from any or all three offlc 
anything Ineompallble In holding 
be suggested, Jl 17, 17:4: 



1 BrtUsh 



1 12, 3:0; 



r all three offices held, If 



letln r 



r dyeii 



7. n. 



y plenlpotentlai7 to 



OHBBOHBL,!. TaM» 

appointed French e 
King of Hedjai, Ag Z 
€BE8APEAKK A Obis B B— Strike atop* 
coal tnlnes: output halted and thaiUMida of 
wortcers Idle. Ag T. 7:3; report tor IfiU; 
, jjy -prng p, Trumbull. Ac U. 



CUEBEBBOUOH Bld« €•— Sella 
ertles facing BatteryPark to H. L. 
A Co, Ak 30. 11:1 






Merdiaiit 

CHEW, Bamu^-death and career, JI 9. U3 
CHBWIKO aUM— Officer tells how Kom 
stopped leak on R-34, Jl 6, 4:4; gift pad- 
ages found among articles for sale B.t Camii 
DIx. Jl 24. 8:8 
CHEVBNNB O 8 B, ae« Mexico— U. S., Be- 

CHICAOOi— 

Budget— City Council adopts largest appro- 
priation In Its history; hl^er wagea I'™ 
clty employes cause o* ' — — n o .» 

Cold Storage Warehoul 
Warehouseo-Chlcago 

Community Service Cotnm. ••• Community 
Service Comm 

Gas Rates— State Public UtllllJea Coaun 
cuts rates. Jl 28. 4:2 

Policemen's Unions — Organisers of N T mm 
Chicago confer. Ag 10. 7:0 

Politics— E. F. Gardiner lays blame lor 

— . — „„ 



StOfA Yards, 'aee Negroes— Chicago 
Street Ry Employes' Union, aee Street Rt« 
—Strikes— Chicago 

Taxes— Mllllona added to peraonaJ a aa > is 
menls roll up huge taxation figures. Jl S. 

17:7 



crew strikes for better wine. Jl 30, 1_ 

OmOAOO A Alton B B Oo— Report for IBIS. 
8 30, 28:2 

CHICAQO Federation of Labei^Urged by J. 
H. L«wla to call oft strike planned to mU 
Mooney. Jl 3. S :S 

CHICAGO Opera Co— Autumn tour WlU Start 
Oct 13. Ag 3, rv. D;l; H. Jadlowker en- 
gaged. Ag 24. IV. 4:3; singers detained by 
rmmlgratTon officials. S 22, 2:7; par^ptS 
26, 13:4; prospectus of N Y season, S 28. IV, 
7:2 

CHICAOO. Bock laland « Paeltla B B— 
Dlvds. Jl S, 21:4; sella note Issue, S 25, M:l 

CIliCAOO speedway HoapUal. aee Hospitals 
— Mllltnry 

Telephone Co— Illlnola Putdlc Ulfl- 



II lea Comm 



modifications of 
'~:0 
I Ford. H.— Cblc««o 



CHEMICAL Nail Bank— Statements, Jl B. 

23:8; S 16. 25:3 
CHEHICAI. Renearch— Prof Noyea wina Wll- 

lard Glbbs medal, highest honor In world, 

S 27, 12 :8 
C HE HICA La— Interallied Rhlneland comm 

decides to hold certain amount In occupied 

area of Germany for a while. Jl 14. 4 :4 
CnEMIBTRY But, *ee U. S. —Chemistry Bur 
C HE MI BTB— Skilled workers of N Y C Health 

Dept Join Union of Technical Men, Ag 22. 

11 :2 : praised by Sec Baker for pert In 

war, S 4. 6:1 
OHENEBY, WHUaia L.— Interviews Repr La 

Ouardla, S 7. TV. 1:0; article on neglect 

of City of N Y (o provide playgrounds for 



B Poultry 

-otferajo help Amer tnfra tar 



BsW' Italian trade condlti<ma, : 



CHILD Hnnwi^-Ed on " The Tounc 'Vla- 

■ ■ ^ - Daisy Ashford. Ag 3. VIII. «~' 

, (HaJ) - ■■ 



London 



12:1 
CHENEY, Charlea— discusses problems of 

silk Industry. S28. II, 7:3 
CHENEY. Leila H.— Ir of Indignation at 

(4iarges made by war worker against A E 

F men In France. 8 1. IV. 10 :S 



■■Id ne— assails "na 

.- .n plan for Ireland. 

rtporiB n. y. Ouholan. Jl 28, 3 :fl 
CHILDREN— Suffer from malnutrition owing 
to high cost of food, says Dept of Labor, 
Ag 4. 2:8 

See aim Adoptlona ; Babies ; Qemuuiy— 
Juvenile Conereas; nlegltlmate Children; 
Infant Mortality; U. S.— Children's Bur; 
Wnr Orphans 

*- --« American Rdlef 

-- Children's Rdlef 

CHILIIHEN In I nat It atl out— Reasons for Un- 
favorable comparison with home-bred chil- 
dren. Jl 7. 2B:4 
CHILDBEN'S Aid Boo— Bd on Fr«dl AlT 

Homes, Jl 11, 10:4 
CHILUREN-B Bui. aee U. S.— Children's BOT 
CHILDS C«— Pf and com dlvds, Ag 28, U:T 



JtUr^ept, l»t». THE NEW "S'ORK TIMES INDEX. 



CIIII.B!— 

Army— Plana new uniform less like that 

or Prussia, S 21, II. 2:7 
Cabinet— Resigns, 8 U, S:S: Premier L. S. 

AiietB. resigns; resignation of P. Ramlrei, 

Minister of Public InalrucUon, accepted. 

S IS. 1S:T: new appointments. S 24, 13:3 
Commerce—Pood enport embargo declared, 

owing to congestion on R R, Jl 23, 4:2 
Finances— Govt rejects loan arranged by N 

T bankers, dissatisfied with terms, Ak 



I^.bar. %n> LAbor-ChUe 

IjCBKue of Nations, see Leapie of Nations — 

Mines and Mining, aea Mines and Mlnlnc— 
Chile 

Mission going to England and France to 
study reconstruction and agriculture will 
visit U. S., Ag 10, 3:8 

Peruvian Boundary— Peru. Chile, and Bo- 
livia entangled In territorial dispute. Ag 



23. 7:2 



18:7 



CHILTON, w. B., it^AT on antagotilam ot 
Republicans In U. S. Sen to Peace Treaty. 
S M. Ill, 2:2 

CHINA:— 

American -Japanese Agreement— Sec I,an- 
alng tella L', 8. Sen Foreign Relations 
Com that Viscount Ishll at time L.an8- 
Ing-Ishll agreement was negotiated con- 
cealed j8->an's secret treaties with Qreat 
Britain, France, and Ilaly. Ag 12, 1:6; 
T. F. Millard tells U. S. sen Foreign Rela- 
" '^— - ' Japan changed * — -' 



Armament— Gov t 



In China. Ag 19. 1 



arma emDargo^ Higne coniract with Mlt- 
HUl Co to supply arms for suppression of 
I plracj- ; believed to presage military 
manoeuvres in Mongolia, Jl 11, 10:7 
Banks and Banking, see Banks and Bank- 
ing—China 
Bolshevlhi. mee Bolshevik]— China 
Buslnese CondlUons— F. T. Toung " " 



Business Schools— Mrs W. Booth. Jr. con- 
ducts school In Peking: many anxious 
3 learn U. S. methods, Ag 31 13 :2 



t by Miss H. Smith 
' — of Marine and 
over dlspoalUon 



Communication _. _. 

ot enemy vessels, 8 23. B :6 
Commerce— Foreign trade for 1918 set* rec- 

Consortlum,'M» Finances, below 
Court— sp art by Q. V. Moorhead on trip 
of A. Van Braant In 1794, 8 21, VII, p 10 
Development- P. Weala writes on Indus- 
tries and trade conditions to be rebuilt, 
B 28, III, 3:1 
Education, Mie EMuca Hon— China 
BnBland, RelaUons with, lee Tibet 
Ehiropean Wai^WIU not declare war with 
Germany ended until Austria slgne Peace 
Treaty, Ag 21, 2:3; war with Germany 
proclaimed ended, 9 25. 1 :2 
Finances— Japanese press attacks consort- 
liun plan: Chinese officials are silent on 
It: Dr Relnsch says it Involvea lio 
monopoly and wlU help China, Jl *, 8:7; 
Japanese press sees Amer trickery l" 
bankers' agreement on consortium, Jl o. 
17:3: Baron Takahashl explains stand; 
want* Japanese rights excluded, Jl 8, 
13:1; Japan explains her stand, wants 



CHINA :— Finances (continued)— 

rights excluded from consortium to aid 

China, Jl 8. 14:3: text at four-power 
conaortium agreement: original plan as 
outlined In Ir and memorandum from 
Minister Relnsch to Chinese Foreign 
ORIce. Ae 1. 16:1: E. 8. Allen discusses 
Chinese views on consortium, sp art, Ag 
24. VII. 0:1: Govt awaits Japan's reply 
on support of consorUum, Ag 25, 8:7; 
Japanese Cabinet reported to have up- 
held militarists In excluding Manchuria 
and Mongolia from consortium; action Is 
contrary to Washington view of best 
policy. Ag 26. 12:8; ed. Japan and the 
consortium, Ag 27, 10:4; Japanese Jianker 
says conaortium may throttle republic, 
Ag 30, 6:8: U. S. Govt Informs Toklo 
that proposed exclusion of Manchuria 
and Mongolia Is Inadmlssable, B IB, 16:*; 
opposition to consortium, S 23. 10:3 

Food Supply, see Foodstuffs— China 

German property at Tslns-tao taken over 
by Japanese, Ag 28, 1B:7 

Hay doctrine for territorial Integrity urged 
by T. P. Hlllard. Ag S, 3:5 

Health Conditions— Cholera In many ports, 
Ag 18, 1:4 

InduBtrieB~2O0a workers will be employed 
In new cotton mill. Ag 31. It. 7:7 

Japan, Relations with— C. C. Wu thinks 
treaty of 1916 should be abrogated, Jl 19. 
2:2: Premier Hara of Japan tells reprs of 
Kensel-Kal Party that should disturb- 
ances continue Japan may be compelled to 
adopt measures to safeguard Japanese 
Inlerests, Jl 2n. 1:6; claims for abr^gn.tion 
of treaties with Japan set forth In Chinese 
White Book presented to U. 8. Sen by 
Sen Spencer. Jl 26, 2:4: Dr Hsu says 
Japan Is Germany of the East and ap- 
peals for aid by U. 8., In speech to China 
8oc, Jl 26. 2:6: Japanese Govt Is coneld- 
erlng iiCting ban on Chinese labor, Jl 2T, 
II, 1;2; Peking apologlzea for unprovoked 
attack by Chinese sordlere upon Japanese 
military detachment In Klrlti Province, 
Ag 1. 3:2; anti-Japanese riots reported In 
Shantung cities. Ag 2, 7:1; sympoalum by 
Japanese press on reUUons, Ag 11, 8:1; 
relations discussed by Viscount Kato. Ag 
20, 14:8: Japan Is re-establishing opium 
trade. Dr W, K, Macklln tells U. 8. Sen 
Foreign RelaUons Com, Ag 20. 2:8; Sen 
MeCumber accused by Chinese peace dele- 
gation of recognlilng treaty of IBIS in 
resolution on Shantung, 8 11, 6:5; Chlno- 
Japanese military convention may be 
abrogated. 8 12, 8:1: Viscount Kato says 
that Japan will keep rights In Mani^urla 
and Shantung. S 28, II, 1:2 
See also Finances. abaTe: China— Amer- 
Japanesc Agreement; European War- 
Peace Treaty with Germany— Shan- 
tung; Manchuria 

League ot Nations, see Licague ot Nation*— 

tioan. see Finances, above 
Maritime Customs— Cargoes must lie ac- 
companied by Invoices and other docu- 
ments. 8 28. 22:7 
Mongolia, sec Mongolia 
Navy— Plans being considered for reorganl- 

zaUon, Ag 28. 1G:T 
Peace Treaty with Austria, see EuropeHU 
War— Peace Treaty with Auatrla— China 
Peace Treaty with Germany. «« European 
War— Peace Treaty with Germany— China, 
■nd Shantung 
BJce Fraud, ace Foodstuffs— China 
Students— Miss H. Smith tells how they 
organized themselves to oust militarists 
from Govt and succeeded In becoming 
leaders. Ag 10. 18:2 
Three-nation agreement by Great Britain. 
Japan, and France denied by French Lie- 
gation at Tientsin, S 3. 12:8 
CHINA See— L,r by A. B. Humphrey in de- 
fense of opposition to SliantunK award to 
Japan, S ^, III. 2:1; lunclieon Tn honor ot 
Chinese peace delegates, Jl 18, 2:3; ad- 



THE MEW YORE TUES IKDEZ. JiOtfSept^ 191». 



CHINA Sos (coDtlnued)— 
dresaea by Dre Hsu and Flng, Jl 26, 2ifl: 
wants U. S. Sen Foreign Belatlons Com 
Shantiins amendment raUfted, Ae 2S, 2:7 
OBINKSK tn Lnwrr Cal— Barred, S IS, S :2 
CBINEaK In McxlCD— Cable Govt BEainst In- 



CHRIHTIAX I 



1 Sden 



dire 



. of 1 



NKHB In N Y C— SInK Lee re 
nt; put In Jail. As SST ZS:4 

CHINESE In V. 8., He Friends of Iriab 
Freedom 

CHIMESB I.BntiiitK«— New phonetic system 
of writing Isjiguaee which will be ultimately 
adopted throughout China, will be tausht 
to ChlDeae working In France with British 
and French armies by S Chinese students 
who have studied In U. S.. Jl 27, 8:2; N Y 
Unlv wilt open classes: Ignorance of lan- 
~ iage seen as barrier to trade relations, S 

1 Rents— N Y C— Evlc- 



Syracuae conference on serious plight of 
traction lines. 8 IB, ISiS: says foreign con- 
trol at dyestuffs should t>e destroyed In U. 
8. S 2S, 14:7 
OHOLEKA— Raging In Chinese ports. Ag 18. 
1:4: epidemic threatens Toklo. Ag 35, 3:1: 
In Petrograd, S 0, 16:2: In Korea, S 18. 
19:7 Pctrograd, S 21. 1:5: Ir from Mrs Col- 
vin Wight on cholera In China. S 2J, II, 1:7 
CHOROSH, William H.~lndoraed by Repub' 
Ucans for Justice of N Y C City Court, Jl 
24. 1.'j:H 
0HORIT8 Eqoltr Asioe, see Actors' Fidelity 

— N Y C 
CHOSNKK, WiUlsm-death, Ag 20, 15:2 
OHRAPOVIT8KY, OlgH, ■» FllosofofC. Q. de 
CHRiatENUKN, I. C— Danish Govt pub- 
llshea treason charges against hlra. S 10. 



CHOBCH Ollr. M* W< 

Churches 

CHURCH window*— Sp Ml hr Hden H. 

Pratt on windows In N T U cburcheo, 8 

14. VII. 11:1 
CHURCHES:— 

Englanil— Rev Dr Newton, pastor of Ijondon 
City Temple, receives caU from chonlk In 
U. S.. 8 28, 4 :4: munltlcent gUU to Sand- 
ringham Churi^ credited to J. Wana^ 
maker. 8 38. 1:2 

Want Hills. I- I.— Rer Dr R. J. Sent, 
pastor of the Church In the Oarden. re- 
signs. Jl T. 18:1 

Nrw York City:— 
Communllv Church (formerly Church of 
'■- •'esslahf— Destroyed by Hra, H 12. 



Fice Chanih— J. V, Dltte- 
ate of Mrs Eddy hna lost 
,h rough methods used by 
! Publishing Soc: trustees 



Church of Christ. SclcnOst. restrained from 
Interfering with affairs of Soc. Jl 3. 7:2; 
evidence In suit of Trusteea of Chriatlan 
Science Publishing Soc closed: charge wUI 
be heard In Stpt, As 3. 8:2 

" \N Seltince Church, N T C— Fifth 

I of Christ, Scientist, announcei 
se of old St. Bartholomew's Church 
ty : plana 20-story building. Jl 17. 
..i, Lourt permits purchase of St. Bar- 
tholomew'- Jl 25, 4:5 

CHRI8TIANH In Near East, aee American 
Com for Relief In the Near Eaat 

CHRISTOFHEBSON, Mrs. AntaB— death, Ag 
21, 11:4 

CHRISTY, Howard Chandler— marries Urs. 
Nancy M Palmer. Ag 15. 11:5 

CHRIflTT, Bobert C— death. S 30, 19:3 

CHBONriLOOY at Events ef Year, Ag 10. 
Ill, 4:4 

CHRONOMBTER—New record In competi- 
tion nt Geneva Conservatory. Ag 31, II, 7:5 

CniTBCH, Samuel Harden— propose a in Ir to 
Sen LodKe form of rntiflfatlon of Pence 
Treaty with Germany. Including the League 



CHURCH, The— la boss-ruled, 

Richmond, speaking before N T 

of Baptist Ministers, S 23. 18:1 

Spe al» Religion, and names of denoro- 

tnatlona. 
CHVBCH and State— German Constituent 

Assembly votes a^nst separation, Jl IB, 



17:8: Rev Dr Holmes T 
13, 8:3; services n - " 
Sept 28. S 16, 11:2 

Creston Ave Baptist Church-Jewteh con- 
gregation hold New Year's services In 
building, S 27. 12:7 

Fifth Ave Presbyterian— Dr Kelman ac- 
cepts call. Jl 17, 32:3: plans IBOO.OOO 
Sarl.^h house and to extend nelgfabor- 
ood service. Ag 23. 18:8 

Fifth Church of Christ, Sdentlst, aee 
Christian Science Church, N. " " 



led Episcopal— Will be rB> 
and bachelor hotel erected on site, 
21. X, 1:7 

Baptist— Dr O. C. Moor a 



to succeed Dr 



MadiL ,_ 

Katon, Jl 21, 10:_ 
Uanliattan Congregational— Rev W. T. 

Mc&Iveen resigns. S 27, 8:B 
Pentecostal (colored)— Rev Dr Lawson. 

pastor, summoned to court because of 



Indebtedness, 'jf 25, 

St George-B- ' 

8 0. 28:3 



at 1 



o'clock A. te- 



st MIchael'B—Rav Dr J. Petara reaUna 
as rector foUowtnO' sfipolntmeiit to 
collese chair In Unlv of the Soutb, 
Jl 14, 14:8 
St Patrick's Church, Brooklyn— Hr- 
Taaffe becomM Pairtor EimerituB, Jl 8, 
0:2 
St Stanislaus, BlsboD and Martyr Churd) 
—suit to remove executor of Rev ligr 
J. H. Strzclockl's estate; alleses dead 
priest owed church (302,000, 3 IS, 13:1 
University Place Presbyterian Chtircb— 
Workmen strike for 110 a day, S n, 
2:3 
Windows, see Church Windows 
See also New York Federation cf 
Chtirchea 
Scarborougb, N. Y.— St Mary's Bpiaccval 
Church relebratas SOth annlversaiy, 8 31> 
11:2 
Wasblmten, D, c— Church building turned 

Into restaurant, Jl 18, m, 4:4 
Bee also Federal Council of the Cburdiea 
of Christ 111 Amer: Interchurch World 
Movement of North America; World 
Conference of Churches 
CHCRCUILiI., (Brig Oen) Kaifbaraa^— 
tells of work done by Military Intelltffance 
Div: por, Bp art, Jl 13, VII, pp 8. 9: career, 
sp art por, Ag 24, VH. 11 :4 
CUIIRCHnil.. (Col) Wlnstvn Sneneer:— 
Addresaes— Proposes new eoalftlon part?, to 
be known n» Centre Party, Jl IT, 1:4; ed. 
Jl 18, 10 13 ; address on party mada puMIc 
Id IjODdon after 9 daya; excerpts, Jl St, 
3 il : states views tn House of Catninons 
on using troops tor strike brealdns, Jl 
31. 14:1 
Centre Party- Proposes new coalition par- 
ty; Indicates that Uoyd George Is to be 
leader. Jl IT. 1:4; ed. Jl 18. 10:3; ad- 
dress on party made puUle In London 



after 9 days 
ao. S:l 
Deoomtions-^lecelvM D 8 U, Jl 17, t:l 



Jt 



Ji^f^ept, 1919. THE NEW TORE TIHES INDEX. 



CHUBOBIIiIi, <0ol) Wlaatan Bpciwcr (con' 

Clnued) :— 

Flnaticea-defend* poUcv of Oovt azpendl- 
tures, Ak U. IS:S 

GluKow Tndea Union Concran attack, B 
10, ISA: B U, 3:2 

Riuid&— defend* In Conunoni BrltJib poIlC7> 
Jl 30, IDd: apeech In Cominona uylng 
that condltlona varrantad Intervention by 
U. 8., Oreat Brttain and Japan aa re- 
sult of undttratood policy between tbeae 
nations quoted In U. 8. S«n to Sen Borah, 
8 8. 4:1; denies change In British policy 
to evacuate oorth, S JSL IT:*: London 
press comtneDt B 13, l:i; policy assailed 
by Glasgow Trades UDlan ConKress. B 13, 



CITtZENBHIP, EdDCBtlan for (Continued) :— 
Pagt, a. T.. discusses need of Americanlis.' 
of foreign population In speech to 



Wnr Canip Community Service— Tompkins 
Sq Unit tries new method of Americiui- 

izatlon with forelgnerB, Dr F. V. DePorte 



deacrlbes It. Ae 5 



Jl 31. 14:1 

ClOAB Clerk*— Employes ot United. Schulte 
and Bdwln clsor stores orKonlie under A 
F ot U As l£ 7 :Z ; demands, Ak 26, 10 :S 

CIOAB Makars' Strike— Workers threaten 
strike; demand*. Jl 1. 18:8: union officials 
■ay 20.000 workers are out, Jl 2. IS :4 ; Bos- 
ton workers atHke, Jl 8. 32:2; strike In Key 
West, S 1. 2:7; workers repoi*ted returning 
Bs demands are met, S 13, 11 :e 

CIOAKB and ClgaraMn, hs Tobacco 

CIHUDAKIIJ, Constantin— letter defending 
Rumanian occupaUon of Hungary. Ag 17. 
Ill, 2:8; Ir on food prices In Rumania. Ag 
31. 111. 2:4: ir denouncing A. N. Krupenaky 
and A- C. Schmidt as unrepresentative of 
people of Bessarabia In Paris. S 29. _1Z :7 

ief meeting i 

1. Jl 28. 8;S. ,_ . . . 

< Jt 24, 10:3) 

•ean War— Decorations 

CITIES, see World MetropDlls 
CITIZENS CommercUl Troat Cfi— Statement 
Jl 11. Zl:e 



Warburg, F. M., discusses methods of 
policy assailed Americanizing foreign-born, Jl 6, III, 8:1 

-* ■ — " " CITIZENBHIF Papers, ace Immigration- 

Naturalliatlon 
0ITBU8 Br-Prodnota Co— Federal Bur con- 
ducts experimental work with culls and 
waste fruit, Ag 25, 8:7 
CITY, Tbf— Bd. The call of the city, Jl 13, 






2:1:4 



, S 18, 22:3; quarterly dlvd, B 19, 



CITIZENS, OrganliatlaB of— Amer Defense 
8oc urges 290 Mayors to provide for emer- 
gencies. S U, 2:4 
CITIZEK8 UBlen— wni take part In N T C 
prtmary elections, Ag 7, fl:l; records of 
Aasemblymen for Manhattan and the 
Bronx, Ag 11. 7:3; recommends amendment 
of rules of N T S Senate and summarlxes 
members' records. Ag 13, 2S.2; Mrs M M 
Ullr replies to characterization of her legls- 
laUve record, Ag 16. 18:2: answers Mrs 
UUy, Ag 18, 14:4: assails Mayor Hylan-s 
record of his administration since signing 
of the armistice, Ae 28, 14:1: condemns 
Mayor Hylan'a traction policy. sugBesta hla 
removal. 8 8, 4:4: Mayor Hylan replies to 
criUdsm. 8 10. 1:2; questionnaire on latior 
problem to candidates for Assembly and Bd 
of Aldermen, S 29, 6:2: summarizes records 
of Aldermen. 8 30, 10:1 
CITIZENBBIP, See U. 8.— European War- 
Americana In Allied Armies 
CITIZENSHIP Day— Celebration In Dayton. 

8 14. ]S:l ■ 

CITIZKNBHIP. EdaeatluB fan- 
Allied LoyalW League formed to promote 

Americanlsatlon of country. Jl 27. 24:1 
Bugbee. N. A. K.. addresses Federated 
School Bda at Ocean City convention, Jl 
■r 6:4 

thollc War Cour 
..mericanlsm. SI, . .- 
Greenwich House— Work told of by Mrs M. 
K. SImkhovltch to refute asserilon of C. 
A. Starr that Bolshevist propaganda Is 
being spread through settlement houses In 
NYC, Jl 20, 7:1 
Hebrew Natl Orphan House will set aside 

fund to teach American Ism. 8 29. 5:2 
«ayor-B Com of Women for Seconal ruction 
and Relief launiAea campaign to establish 
municipal forums In N T C to leach for- 
eign bom rights and duties of citizenship ; 
address by Mayor Hylan, S 24, 7:3 



approves most of Comr Nixon's suggestions 
on street rys condltlona makes others, Ag 
8, 15:2: denounced by Mayor Hylan In Ir to 
Fres Prall, for favorable attitude toward 
Supt Ettlncer and antagonism to Bd Of 
Gducation. S 2S, 1:4: Fres Spencer answers 
Hylan. S 2e, S:2 
CITY Collese, >ee College of the City of N T 






■ Union 



■'oil t 



< NeU 



__: ed. S 13. 10:4: Macon, Ga, Hre- 

men and policemen called on to dissolve 

their unions. 8 1ft l:fl 

Bee Blao N T C— Employes; and references 
under Policemen's Unions 
CITY Inveatlng Co— Buys Exchange Court 

Bldg from Capt J. J. Astor, S 3, 21:2; pt 

dlvd. S 19. 25:7 
CITY Island, see Drug Addicts' Hospital 
CITY League ot Women Tatars— Questlon- 



CITY News Aasoe. sea Rents— N T C— Evic- 
tions, S 16 

01 VI I. aoTTleo— Federation of Women's Civil 
Service Organizations alarta movement for 

Sual chances for men and women, Ag 10, 
3:1 
Bee slsa Kat Civil Service Reform League; 
U. S.— Civil Service Comm: U. S. Con- 
gress— Bills— Civil Service 



CIVIL Sarrlee Fornm. aee N T C^-Bniployes 

CITII' War, aee History. U. B. 

CI.AE8BEK8. (N Y Asaemblyman) Adgast— 
record summarized by Citizens Union, Ag 
11. 7:4 _ 

CI.AFI.IN. Haraee B.— estate In The Bronx 
will lie auctioned, Ag 27, 15:7; statement 
by J. P. Day on auction of estate, 8 21. X 
1:3: estate sold. S 24. 19:1 

CLAOOETT, (Lt Col) H. B^-breais Wash- 
Ington-N. T, speed record. Ag 9, 6:15; 
wrecks plnne In attempt to race to Toronto, 
Ag 26. 3.2 

CLAIBMONT. (Connt) Bobert dr— sues W. 
H. Vander Pool for damages tor calling 
him spy, S 25, 7 :4 

CI.AN OardoD (Britlah trrUhler)— Capsizes. 
Ag 2, 2:7 

CI.AriCY. J, C— Invents new process for 
taking nitrogen from nlr. S 16, 19:2 

CI.APP. E. H.— urges use of steel R R ties, 
tells House com thut timber nituatton In 
U, S. Is serious. Jl 20. 5:1 

CLARE, rtf Ireland— Clnre 

Cf.ARiTV (9"e). -ee TntPllectunlB 

OLABK, (U. B. Bepr) Champ— Objects tO ad- 
fournment of CcinBross, Jl ^, 13:1: rebukes 
Rppr Mnndcll for rritlclslng Pres In debate 
on npw aundrv civil bill purposed t" be 
reported. Jl 16. 1:7; argues against Con- 
gress fixing alcoholic content. Jl 18. 1:7; 
favors adoption by House of resolution for 
appointment of budget com of 12 to frame 
poflpy, Jl .30, 8:8: passed ovtr by Speaker 
GlUett when he asks consideration of Repr 
Igoe's resolution for shoe Inquiry. Ag 3. 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. JidySepU, l»l$. 



OIiABK. (U. B. B«vr) Cluunp (continued)— 
1:S; urxea House to work for 1 year to 
■- ■■--■-- ---■ —'dier probleroii, Ag 10, 



MtUe II vim 



Bhouid take 
JI 13. II. 1 :7 
CLAV. Henrr— ed on his speech h 



Vice 



e ConstltuUon. 
Ab 17. 111. 1:4 
C1.AYPOOI.K, £11 nabctli— death. Ag 21. 11 :4 
CLAYTON. <Mt>I Blla C— death. A.S 3T- 11:4 
CLAVTON Antl-TruHt Law— Federal Trade 
Comm urges House Judiciary Com to 
amend It to regulate trade hbsocb, S 9. 8:2; 
further testimony of Trade Comrs asking 
amendments. S 10, 22:1 _ 

CLEARING Corp, tee Stock Ezchanse. N T 

C— Fortnifthtly SctUemenls 
CLEMENCBAtT, (P»mler} Qeorgel:— 
Academy— Ed. 8 7, III. 1:4 
Addresses— Present B Peace Treaty to Cham- 
ber of Deputies. JI 1. 3:5: addresses 
Chamber of Deputies on his policies and 
receives vote of confidence, JI 23. 1:2: ed. 
Jl 24. 8:3: urges ratification of Peace 



Oears« 



7 :4 ; o 

high duty -_ „ - 

cates profit-sharing; dlseusses trade iiia.L- 
ters. In address to Associated Advertising 
Clubs convention. S 24. 3:3; ed. Trade with 
LAtln America. S 2S. 14:1 

CLABK. Ckarlis N.— death, Jl 10. 0:7 

CILABK. (Frot) Charlr* IJpsoii — commends 
Italy's regime in Albania In reply to at- 
tack by n; J. Casseveles, Jl fl, II. 2:1 

CLARK. Edgar E.— testifies before House 
Com on R R legislation, JI 18, ie;4: S 27, 
12:7 

CLARK. ICapt) Eranli, see Sklpfllp 

CLARK, Hmrlaw C, »e 8tmt Hys— Natl 
Electric Rys Com. JI 26 

CLARK, (Ut) Irving— views on industrial 
physical examinations. S 26, IX. 1:4 

CI/AKK, (Pn>t) J. Hanrloe— calls Plumb R 
R plan a risky experiment. Ag 10. III. 6:1 

CLAKK, (Ui) John B.— on suctal disorder. 
8 24. 29:2 

CLARK, Lonlae Amelia— death. Ag 6. 9:7 

CLAKK, (Mrs) Harjarie, ■(« Ulcnney, W. T. 

CLABK. <Hn> Hary Aug uslun— death. S 7. 

CLARK, WlUlain L.— testifies before House 
Interstate Commerce Com now considering 
legislation for rail and water carriers, pro- 
tests rates as applied to Pacific S S Co, 
8 30, 6:2 

CLARKE, CsmeUa K.. see Oodkln, L. 

CLARKE. John F.— death and career, Jl 24. 
0:2; funeral. Jl 27. 22:5; will. Jl 30. 3:6 

CLABKB, Jahn Fraacla— death, S 11. 1C>:3 

CI^BKE, Jaseiih 1. C— Ir urging ratification 
Of Peace Treaty by U. S. Sen. S 1. 8:7 

CLABK80N, Orosvenor B.— Irlbule to Dr. 
Anna K. Shaw. Jl 4. 9:3 
Sm also Council of Natl Defense 

CLASS Spirit— Ed, Makers of classes. 5 7. 
III. 1:3 

CLABB Struggle, The, (periodioal.) see An- 
archists— U. S. 

CLASBIC8— Study urged by Dean A. F. West 
at opening of Natl Classical Conference. Jl 
3. 15:7; favored by C. M. Schwab In ir to 
Amer Classical League, JI 4, 8:7; ed, Jl S, 
III. 1:8: Oxford Unlv rules that Amer col- 
lege graduates can get A B degree without 
fifoj.!, n e, 12 ;7; ed on humanities and 
n suggestion of Sir Wtlllam Osier 



and science, Ag 3. Ill, 1:7: ed. Back to the 
humanities, on statement by Dr G. K. Par- 
kin that German unlvs will probably bo 
closed to Americans tor some lime; ed on 

Samphlet distributed by British Ministry of 
;cconstnictlon, The Classics In British Ed- 
ucation. S 14, III. 1:3. e 
CLAtTBSEN, (Mm) Maria— contest of will 
filed In behalf of heirs at law In Germany. 
Ag 2S. -- ~ 



1 writ* ttl- 



CLEHENCEAU. 

tlnued) :- 

Amer Anny— aaka A. Tardieu t 
bute to 1st Dlv. Ag 23, 18:4 

laying of coraerotone of mo 

Polnte de Grave, B 7, 3:4: says It n 

victory possible. In '" '~ '" — 

of Deputlea. 8 2fl. 1 

Armed men arrested near bis bome^ As Ik 
15:8 

Armenia— suggests 

talie up g 
Biography— G. Ijecomfts's book, Q ecggn 

Clemenceau. revlewA, Ag 10, VIH, Va± 
Book, The Strongest, reviewed, 8 28, TUL, 

498:1 
Cabinet Crlsl»-Bds, Jl Z2. 8:4; vote of Coo- 

(Idence by Deputies, Jl 23, 1;2: JI M, 

15:7; ed. JI 24, 8:3 
Elections— urges ratification 



Freedom of tl 

ber of Deputies. S 27, 2:8 

German Austria's Union with Geniiajiy— 
plan to send menacing note to Gennan;' 
demanding that article be omitted from 
constitution opposed by Asst Sec Polk, 
S 10, 1:2; text of note to German Oevt 
regarding clause in constitution tor An*- 
trial) represenlatlon in Relcturtag, S Ut 
16:7 

Hoover, H. C— thanks him In bfthaU of 
France for relief work. S 0. 10:8 

Hungary— Asks Supreme Council for In- 
quiry aa to strength of forces a.Tnllabla 
against Bela Kun, JI 8. S:l; sends nota 
to Hungarian people In name of Peac* 
Conference demanding that Kun Govt be 
ousted In order that blockade be lifted 
and food relief sent, Jl 28, 1.-7 

Ireland— Irs from Irlsh-Amer delegatea to 
Peace Conference presented M reOBot C. 
S. Foreign Relations Com hearing, 8 14, 
m, 7:3 

Labor^-ouUlnea program tor Imprariiig 
conditions. In speech presenting Peace 
Treaty to Chamber of Deputies. Jl 1, Sdl 

Laf ayette-Mame Day mesaage. S 7, 3 :S 

League of Nations— tella Cbamber of D*pa- 
Uea It can exist even thou^ rejected tnr 
U. S., 8 25, 1:2 

Uege Unlv nominatea him Cor honorarT- de- 
gree, Ag 23. 8 :7 

Memorial services for waf dead at Paite— 
sends message, Ag 8, 10:2 

Montevideo Unlv— gold jnedal and luall- 
monial preswited to him, 8 S. 17:S 

Paris— cites city In anny orders. As B^ 
20:2 

to Chi 

by G. Herve, Jl 8, VII, 10:3; reviewa In 
Chamber of Deputies circumstances under 
which treaty was framed; says allies 
are firm tor trial of German war chiefs, 
Jl 12, 2:8: defends It In Chamber of Depn- 
Ues but refuses to divulge minutes; Ital- 
ian policy aasalled by P. Bouillon, Jl 
aO. 2:5; answers questions In Chamber ot 
Deputies on left bank ot the Rhine, Jl 
81, 1:2: asked In Chamber of Deputies to 
deliver all data. S 24. 1:2: urges ratifi- 
cation In address In CThamber ot Depu- 
ties. S 2S, 15:2; ed. 8 27. 12:2; opposes 
proposal of A. Iiefevte on disarmament ot 
Germany, 8 28, 2:1 
Pershing (Gen)— Bids Pershing farewell on 
return to U. S., S 1. S:4; message of 
thanks tor work In f^rance, S 14, U:l 



In f^rance, S 14 



JutyStpt, 1919. TH£ NEW TORE TIMES INDEX. 



CIAHBNCBAU, (Pnmlar) Goorae* <ooa- 

PoIan^TranEmitB treaty Blened with al- 
lied powers, explains provtuTonB, Jl 2. 8:1: 
comment by Sen Borah on i "' 
associated powers would t 
obligated to secure Biiaran 
Jl 3. i2:S 

PremierBhlp— Is expected t 
power. Jl 2. 8:2 

IVealdency— Talked of as cai 
2:7 



CI.BVBI.AMD Butter and B|W Bd— Indicted 
by special Grand Jury for vIolatlDn at 
ValenUne Antitrust law, Ag 22. 4:8 

CLBVRl.AND Cliamber at CanuaeTee— Knter- 
talns aviation heads. Ag 23, 7:3 

CtXVKUkyii, Clnclnnstl, Chteaso A Bt 
Lrfinia Ry Co— Securities bought by N T 
banking firms. Jl IS. ie:2: pf divd. 8 24. 
28:4 



, Jl 28. 

Reconstruction of Prance— Hesldents of dev- 
astated regions heartened by his visit, 

Russian ' Policy— I>enies In Chamber of 
Deputies asserUon of W. C. Bullitt that 
Pres Wilson and Lloyd GeorgG told him 






Jl 3 



offer l 



Bolshevist 



1:S 



r the Cincinnati— Message teUlng how 

French and Americans fought happily 
united read at annOal meeting of N. J. 
chapter, Jl B, 22:2 
Syrian-Confers on situation with Uoyd 
Oeorge, 8 18. 16:8: confers with Allenby. 
S 18, S:S 
Treaties of Defense— Introduces agreements 
with France and England In Chamber of 
Deputies, Jl 2. 13:4: tells Chamber of 
Deputies If British and Amer aid had 
been guaranteed to France In IBM tlie 
war would have been averted. Jl 18, 1:4: 
tells Chamber of Deputies security of 
France is guaranteed by them, Jl IB. 3:3; 
tells Chamber of Deputies they will pro- 
tect France If Lieague of Nations falls, 
S 25. 1:2 
Visit to the U. B. to attend first assembly 
of L^Kue of Nations urged by Americans 
In P^s, Ag 0, 8 :S _ „ 

Vote of confidence by Chamber of Depu- 
ties. Jl 23, 1:2; ed, Jl 24, 8:3: final vote, 
Jl 24. 1B:7 
CI^HENB, Jap— death. Ag 23, B:3 
CI.BHBNT, Bdaaard— created a Chevalier of 

Legion of Honor. 8 28, IV. 7:3 
CX.KMENT, Qeorgs Ansel— death and ca- 



CLEMBNTEI., 



Minis! 



»•.«•>.•-.•'-', ..n^,..^ ■' Cota- 

merce— advises in Chamber of Deputies that 
Prance lessen Imports from U. S. and Eng- 
land and Increase them from Germany, S 

CI.BHBNTfl, (Dr) IflehelM, see Diploma 

OliBHBTT, K. *■-, see Ford, H.— Chicago 
Tribune Ubel Suit Jl 25 

OtKBOYMKN— Presbyterian Bd of Home 
Missions sets aslda fund for re-eduration of 
country pastors, Ag 23, 7:4; should organ- 
ise and demand more pay. says Dr C. A. 
UcAlplne. 8 19, 2:4 union proposed in Eng- 
land; Idea deprecated by Dr. Nlckson, 
Bishop of Bristol, S 28, 7:3 

GI.BBICAI. Workeri, see Bank Clerks; N T 
C— Employes' Salaries : Stenographers. 
Bookkeepers, and Accountants' Union 

CI.BBK, (Sir) George Boisett-appolnted 
British Minister to Czechoslovakia. 3 3, 
17:5: sent by Supreme Council of Peace 
Conference to Burtiarest with note regard- 
ing Rumanian occupation of HunKary. S S, 
15:8: sent on special mlflslon to Rumania, 
S 7, 5:4: returns to Paris, S 25, 3:8 ,, „ 

CLBBHONT, (Dnefaesa) df^-arrives In U. S.. 
Ag 18. 9:1 

Cl£teIu«ND. Bdward H.— Ir on suicides 
among German officers. Jl 12, 12:8: Ir on 
Sea View hospital for drug addicts, Ag 
2S. 10:8 

CIXVKL.ASB, L«innell WoodwarA-death. S 
3. 13:4 

CI,ETEI,AND. Ohio— Record of Jews In Eu- 
ropean war. Ag 24, IV. 12:2 
8h> alio Cold Storage Warehouses— Ohio : 
Wire Control— Telephone Operators' Strike 
CLBVBI^ND AvIaltoB Club— Close of avia- 
tion week; extension of air mall service 
urced. Ax 23. 7:3 '*' 



12. 14:5 



Jl a. 8:2"' strike ;'motorinen' and conductor 
demand wage increase. Jl 8, 9:5; traffic 
tied up. e strikers arrested following dis- 
order: Pres Stanley announced he would 
not grant wage increase oaked by men un- 
less City Council advanced stockholders' 
dlvd from 6 to 7%. Jl 7. 15:2; ed. A strike 
for dlvds. Jl 8, 10:1: strike ends when 
workers get Increase : Pres Stanley ac- 
cepts Mayor Davis's proposal to arbitrate 
GO'S demand for Increase In dlvd rate, Jl 
8. 32:1; Pres Stanley describes a servlce- 
at-cost plan, at hearing before Natl EHec- 
trict Rys Comm, Jl 23. 10:2 

CLKVEBLBY. <H») BUiabeth Mlastrdl— 
death. Jl ID. 9:7 

CLEWS, Henri-— made Officer In the Order 
of Leopold If, Jl 4. 9:5 

CI.BW8, James n.— tribute to A. Carnegie. 
Ab 12. r - 



Jackson, who caused school strike, defeated 

In .lor-iion. S 25, 15:2 
, John— marries Sadie F. Duaenber- 

ry, Ag 1. 8 :3 
CLINTON, Huger 
OLINTON Wright -- .- 

ed, Jl 1, 27:2: increases capital stock, so 

that Spencer Wire Co may be acquired, S 

10, 19 :3: pt divd, S 30. 31 :7 
CLOAK * 8nl( Mfrs' ProtectlTa Assoc, see 

Garment Industry 
CLOAK, Salt. * Skirt Mfra- Assoe— Annual 

dinner: taOO.OOO subscribed to Jewish build- 
ing fund. Ag 29. 11 :8 
CLOHE88T, John A.— death. Jl 9, 13:S 
CLOSED Shop, see Labor Unions 
CLOTHING !- 

Army Supplies-Bale announced to begin 
8 25, Ag 27, 15 A 

Australia— Govt will continue to make cloth 
for civilians when soldiers are supplied 
with civilian cothes, S 23. 26:4 

Chile— Offers market for men's clothlnf of 
an Inexpensive, washable kind. Ag 3, II, 
7:4 

England— 'Ministry of Munitions 



_ecommended by the Wool 6otm(il for 

cheaper clothing. S 21, II, 11 :9 
India— Consul E. V. Richardson writes on 

large part second-hand clothing plays In 

Import trade of Karachi. S 21. II. 11 :4 
Prices— Amer Clothing Designers' Assoc 

fredlcts 100% advance next year. Jt 19, 
:1: prominent garment buyer surprised 
they are no higher. Ag 3, II. 7:3; move 
made by Fair Price Com to lower prices 
In N Y C. Ag 14, 2:3; A. Fantl says labor 
is big factor In cost, Ag 15, 22:2; A. Will- 
iams urges fair price lists for clothing 
and shoes. Ag 17, 3:1; higher prices con- 
sidered from mfrs' standpoint Ag 17, II, 
7:8; Fair Price Com on Clothing and 
Shoes formed in N Y C to decide margin 
of profit to dealers, Ag 28, 1:1; dealers 
blame buyers who Insist on high-priced 
articles. Ag 27, 15:1: Chairman of aub- 
com of Fair Price Com issues statement, 
Ag 29. 11 :1 ; Bub-com of Fair Price Com 
confers with A. Williams, says Increased 
production Is only remedy, S D. 1B:3; ed. 
§ G. 10:5; N Y Assoc for Improving the 
Condition of the Poor Is burdened by In- 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. itd^ttpU. l»l». 



CliOTHINO:— Prices (coDtlnued)— 

creased prlceB, S T, II. 1:7: cut predicted 
by Natl Ahsoc of Itet&Il Clothlars. B 10, 
lfi;4; repr of well-known house BUBKesta 
License flyeCein to provide st&ndard Kitr- 
ments at reasonable cost. S 14, II. i:i; 
Fair Price Com has plan for clothlns list 
S 24, 27:4: Atty Gen Titlmer will prose- 
cute proflteera If excess profits are 
proved. S 2S, 1S:2 

• Bee itko Cost of LlvlDE — Food Control 



worklnK capital, Af 24, II. T:3 
dee alio Garment Industry; MuL — — 
Justment Bur of Cloth k. aarment Trades 



- Uylan, In Ir to DiBt Atty 

alng report of Comr HI ra li- 
ny dubs are gambling houses. 



GLUBB far 8»Uar*, nei 
CJ^CETT, Feabody A 

Jl II, 21:4: pf divd. 3 
CLYMia, Jofao Kobei 

Commons to adjov 
lenglng Govt to st 



&. i»:& 



I dlvd, 



le of chal- 

SIr''B.° Carson because of speech iiiB^a by 
him rebuking- U. S. for Irish agitation; Atty 
Oen Howart Bays there la no legal ground 
(or proseoutJon. Jl IT. 2:T^Baya In House 



of Commons n 



> to peace. 



1:S; 



a, 4:2; ed. B 
», 10 :j; teiia TrauCB union Congress what 
"direct action" would mean, S 14, 9:S 

CO AD, M,^ — Leiter on Amer Rhodes achol- 
ars. S 12. 12:7 

OOADT, (U. S. Repr) Charles 
ments on Pres Wilson's speech 

COAL; — 

Austral la^Govt takes drastic 
prevent mmers' strike. Jl 13. if.i 

Belgium— Exports barred, Ag 1, 16:6; re- 
gaining normal output, Ag Jl, 1:2; ex- 
ports iorbidden, S B, 17:5; Miners' Fed- 
eration at Charlerol adopts resolution 
favoring nationalization of mines, mini- 
mum wa_ge scale, and other reforms, 
a 9. 19:f 

British Miners' Strike— Govt gives no sign 
of policy It will take, Jl 11, 15.8; ei1. 
Labor's unsocial policy. Jl 14. 10:1; W. 
Bmce, Welsh mining leader, offers co- 
operation with Govt In Increasing output 
if it will s.-inctlon Sankcy report and na- 
tlonuhze mines, Jl lii. 1:3; ed. Making 
work by stopping It, Jl 16, 12:3: confer- 
ence of Miners' Fe<leratlons retuaea lo 
grant authoilty to call strike without bal- 
lot: takes no action on Increased price, 
Jl 17, 8:3; miners will co-oporale with 
Oovt If nationalization is advanced and 
economies in Snnkey report are put Into 
operation. Jl 18. ]S:a; strike In Yorkshire 
mines involving pumpmen because of 
Sankey award; Uoyd George epitomizes 
sltuntfon in Commons: Sir E Geddes sent 
lo effect settlement; strikes in Notting- 
ham and Ldinciishlre because of rise in 
price of coal, Jl 22. 17:8: ed. Anti-com- 
munity strikes, Jl 23, 8:3; Sir E Gcddes 
falls to move strikers: H. Smith. PrcH of 
Yorkshire Miners' Askoc pledges " fight 
to finish " ; water continues to rise as navy 
pump men ordered by Govt have not yet 
arrived, Jl 23. l.'.:8; Lloyd George confers 
with mine owners and wll) mom minoi-R' 
executive council today: 

of settlement i 

Lloyd George .inu mmers- executive: nei 
piece rate pi-opoiieil: Nottingham slrik 
ends: Sir Oeildes leaves for London aftc 
having re-estahllshed pumping operation 
>n Torltshlre. Jl ffl. 1 ;1. .■):2: Lloyd Georg 



OAI,:-BHtlah Ulnera' Strike (ooDUiuied)- 
shire strike ended; 200,000 Toriulilre rate- 
era atlll out, Jl as. 2S;3: Torkahlra owntti 

call R. Smllle, Pres of Miners FedervtloD 
r _ conference ; Mayor of Brailfanl a^ 



peals to Govt because o 



_-.«, - .( because of coal ahortAge. Jl 3). 

15:5; fall to end Yorkshire strike: W. S. 
Churchill slates views on using troops for 
strikebreaking. Jl 31. 14:1; Yorkahin 
council refuses to accept Oovt offer and 
win debate strike continuance, Ag 3. SIi. 
eds. Wages and production, British labor 
policies, Ag 3. Ill, 1:4; Yorkshire strike 
MJII unsettTcd: 10.000 miners called txit lo 
----- I. Ag 8. 15:5; 
B iidopts bni 



Ag 8, I 
provld' 
e, S:8 



E for 



and East Lothiai.. 

House of Common 

kdsy In mines, i 



; Coal Controller refuses demandi 
oi lorkshlre men, Ag 11. 1:4; Yorkahin 
Miners' Council recommends that work- 
ers return, Ag 13, 3:7; Ag 14, 2:B: 200.- 
000 Yorkshire miners vote to return; 
Yorkshire and Lancashire Induatrlea af- 
fected by coal shortage, Ag 15, 4:2; West 



: Lloyd Geo 



Ag 1 



Ag IS. 



ankey report. 

, discusses situation and rejects 
Ing. Ag 10. 3 :1 ; Yorkshire strike 

Premier's plan; Insist on nationalizaUon. 
S 3. 2:8; miners favor taking ballot on 
direct action question and will begin agi- 
tation for nationalizaUon of mines. S 4. 
1 :1 ; strikers defended by R. Smllle at 
Glasgow Congress. S 11. 17:8 

L— Projected' R R will make It ac- 
.; and cheap, Ag 31, II. 7;7 
England— Report on shortage by Amer 
Chamber of Commerce In London, Jl d 

of Commons that price to consumer is 
raised t shillings a ton, Jl 10, 30:lr con- 
cern over probable effect on industries ot 
rise In price. J] 11. 15:8; Europe faccA 
shortage, due to destruction of E&igland'B 
export trade through labor troubles. Jl IS. 
B:3; effect of shortage on Induslriea; la- 
bor charges Go\t with misrepresentatloD 
and desire to kill natlonallzatlan. Jl 14, 
22:2; Sir Geddes Justifies prloe tncnnse. 
In statement to Commons; W. Brace. 
Welah leader, pledges miners' aid it mlnea 
are nationalized and Sankey report sanc- 
tioned ; Govt postpones price rise tor 6 
days to await miners' proposals on out- 
put, Jl 15. 1:3: ed. Making work by Btop- 
Blng work, Jl IQ, 12:3: conference of 
[Iners' Federation takes no action on 
Govt's proposition on rise In price, Jl 17, 
6:3; miners will co-operate with Govt it 
nationalization Is advanced : refuse to 
price by postponing 

_ e. Jl 18. ia:Br " ^ 

price 



ding exportation 






PoUtlcal strikes. Jl 37. III. 1:3; Derby- 



statement of Increased 
I under new coal cluuve. 

Subllshed by Federation of British fn- 
ustrles, Ag 1. 14:1: ed on strike mud 
nationalization of mines, Ag 8, III. 1:4; 
nationalization feared by Lord Rotber- 

cent under previous average. Ag 8. 17:8; 
nationalization of mines rejected and plan 
for partial Govt control launched by 
Lloyd George In speech to Commons. Ag 
19, 1:2: Sept Ir of Amer Exchange Nafl 
Bank likens Plumb plan of R R operation 
to British proposal to control mines, S 1. 
11:2; ship captains report shortage. S 8. 
e;3: miner chiefs Insist on natlonalliing. 
S 3, 2:S; miners favor taking ballot on 
direct action question and will begin agi- 
tation for naUonalizlng of mines. 9 4. 1:1: 
ed on miners' action, S 5. 10:1; A. P. Me- 
Mahon tells ot difficulties and dangers of 
nationalization: table showing production 
from 1B13 to 1918, 8 7. in, 8:1; Trades 
''Union Congress adopts resolution Insist- 



Jv^Sept, 1918. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



i (uel sltua- 



COAL: — England (continorf)— 

Ing' on national! latl on, 8 11. 1T;8; Itn- 

frovement In mine machinery begun, S 20. 
I :Z : coaling privileges will be confined lo 
Biitlflh flhipa because of ry strike. S 29, 

Sae »Uo British Miners' Strike. Bbeve 

Ejuropean NeedB— H. C Hoover's help asked 
by shipping and fuel reprs of France, Bel- 
gium uid Italy; he calls shortage Bu- 
rope'B greatest menace, says U. S. cannot 
aid, Ag e. 20^2: Hoover refuses to ac- 
cept presidency ol European Com on Coal 
Control, says It Is purely a European 
problem: his suggestions accepted, says C. 
A. Solden, Ag 7, 16 17; Industrial and 
shipping leaders say Europe Is facing dis- 
aster In serious coal shortage. Ag IT, 8:2: 
Supreme Council In Paris discusses short- 
Mce, Ag IB. 1T:T; C. A. Selden says Po- 
land and other nations seek aid of Su- 
preme Council to end coal famine. Ag 21, 

tD:ll; Shipping Bd says ESurope n — 

ply tonnage to carry a — ' -- *■■ 
Uon la critical. S 20, : 

Exports— French Govt Is arranging to Ira- 
port a million tons from U. S.. Jl 3, 12:8: 
Swltlerland receives Amer coal, Jl B. S;l: 
A. B. Dennis suggests special shipping 
service to supply Italy. Jl 27. II, 1:T: 
Sweden to get Amer coal. S 21. II. S;e 

France— Govt IS arranging to Import a mil- 
lion tons from U. S.. Jl 3, 12:8: Paris 
Metropolitan subway Is compelled to limit 
number of passengers because of bad coal, 
Jl 18, 15:7: first shipment of German 
coal. Ag 21. lS:a 
See alio Ldbor— France 

German Austria— Crisis In Vienna, 8 2G, 
1:4: Col Nutt and Amer Relief Mission 



considered by Economic Council of Peace 
Conference to relieve shortage In Central 
Burope. Ag 4, 3:3; country faces coal 
famine. French demand cannot be com- 
plied with. Ag 9, 1G:3; industries threat- 
ened br shortage, mfrs forced to refuse 
export orders, says E. Li. James, Ag 17, 
8:2: production heavily cut, lack cripples 
trade, foreign mine labor prupuaed. Ag 
IB, 15:6: Entente demands protested 
against by P. Kloeckner, Ag 23, 3 ;3 ; 
famine expected this winter; drastic re- 
strictions ordered. Ag 26. 15:7: Ag 2T. 5:3: 
Berlin wallers threaten strike if cabarets 
are shut In campaign lo save fuel, S 1. 
3:8: deUveries to France will be begun 
on basis arranged by Peace Conference. 
S 3. 21:3: Polish troops who came to 
Coblenz to transport horses and army 
material held up by Germans on pretext 
of shortage. S 8. 15:3: Amer delegate on 
Inter-Allied Coal Conference aska allied 
force to guard coal fields In Silesia, S IS. 
3:1; ry workers In Wuerttemberg and 
miners In SaJtony agree to work overtime 
to avert crisis. S IB. 1B:1: Germans with- 
draw from Intematl Coal Comm In Ber- 
lin. S 17. 3:7; shortage due to underpro- 
duction Imperils lighting. S 22. 17:3 
Italy— A, B. Dennis suggests speclitl ship- 
ping service from U. S. to supply vita! 
need, Jl 27, II, 1:7; Industries face ruin. 



France agrees to let 1 ..._ 

^. J\%i. 16:5: shortage 1:'?^Sfl™'^eai 
economic distress, says H. M. Itae. Ae 
4. 1T:B 

Japan— Output compared with IfllS. Ag 24, 
n, Tfl 

Ulnera* Strike*, see Coal- British Mlners- 
Btrtkes; Labor— France : United Mine 
"Workers of Amer 

Mines— Output halted and thousands of 
worker* made Idle I>y strike on Chesa- 
peake and Ohio R B, Ag 7. T :3 

Natlonalliatlon of Mines. ■*• Belgium. 
ab*TB| Bnglaiid, abavFi United Vine 
Workers of Amer 



Pric 



(conUnued) :— 
s— Dealers say production coat will In- 
__ .- . ^j labor shortage, Jl 



13, 11, 1:5: situation according 
Saward's Journal, Jl IG, 1C:B: Anthracite 
Consumers* l«ague convey warning to 
Senators that price will Jump if food stays 
high. Jl 21. 19:2; ed. Ill-informed Con- 
gressmen, on resolution Introduced by 
Sen Frellnghuysen for Inquiry, Jl 28, 8:2; 
Ir from J. Kennedy on when to buy coal, 
Jl 30, 8:8; Ir from A. J. Casey. Ag 9. 
8:7: Amer Wholesale Coal Assoc adopts 
resolution asking for investigation to fix 
fair return. Ag 15, 2:3; TV. B. Hlnes sees 
danger of gouging, warns Sen that propa- 

price advance, denies that cars are held 
up. Ag 18, 1:8; cost per ton much lower 
In U. S. than England. Ag 24, II. 7:5: 
Sen Interstate Commerce sub-com begins 
Investigation: wlttiesses blame car short- 
age for low production, fear Sovletlsm 
may control Industry, deny bituminous 
combine. Ag 27, 19:2; cost of production 
prevents cut, though surplus exists, says 
A. J. Casey, Ag 31, III. 9:1; W. D. Hlnes 
warns of rise, tells Sen Com public 
should Ignore plea of transportation 
troubles, S B, B:3: ed, S 6. 10:B; E. &. 
Lioomis says dealers and consumers upset 
irty buying-, S 21. XI, 14:6 



■oiiuc 



I of 1. 






to exodus of foreigners will g 

shipments compared with last year, Jl 
13, II, 1:5; Anthracite Bur predicts suf- 
ficient supply for winter of 1619-20, Ag 
3, II, 1:1: Increase In anthracite output, 
Ag 28. U:2: costB keep prices hl^. de- 
spite surplus, says A. J. Casey, Ag 31. 



III. I 



1 Mine 



—Ed, Scotch miners. 



1 elec- 



of Mr. Rol>eMson, Chairman of 
Scottish Miners' Union. In Bothwell, 8 
7, III, 1:5 
Serbia— will receive SSO.OOO tons under pro- 
vision of peace treaty with Bulgaria, B 
19, 1:2 
Shipping— Capts report shortage In Eng- 
land, S 2. 8:3: Shipping Bd says Europe 
' supply tonnage. S 29. 1B:1; Shipping 

ito oil bumi 
^-. J 2», 21:8 
SUesla. see SUeala 

Supply— ed on predicted famine. Jl 1, 13:B; 
situation in Europe alarming, due to de- 
struction of England's export trade 
through labor troubles. Jl 12. 0:3: premi- 
ums paid for anthracite. Jl 12. 16:2; ed. 
Lnbors unsoclnl policy. Jl U, 10:1: G. H. 
Cushlng tells House Rules Com that pub- 
lic will be to blame for famine; aays 
there Is plenty on hand if people will bU7 
ROW, Jl 25. 4:3: R. Elsinan predicts se- 
rious shortage, Ag 6, 20:2: statement by 
A. P. McMahon. S 7. Ill, 8 :1 
Sweden-will get Amer coal. S 21. n, B:7 
Switzerland receives Amer coal. Jl 8. 5:1 

TriLde situation. Jl 6. II, 4:5 
Transportation — New vessels bought from 
Shipping Bd by Anderson Overseas Corp 
will carry coal to France and Italy in 
present emergency. Ag- 2, IS :1 
COAI. « Iran Natl Bank— atatement. Jl II. 

21:2 
COAI, Passer, see Wilson. B. 
COAL Hlrlkcii. nee references under Coal- 
Miners' Strikes 
COAST ArtlUery. see U. S.— At 

Artillery 
COAST Defeaee, see U. 8.— AvlaUOD S 
—Coast Defense 

adjourn case, Jl 29. 27:2 
. _ WareboDses, Inc., see Sterling 
Accounting ft Audit Co. 
COATES, Howard D.— death, 8 1, 7:4 
COBB, irvln B.— supports Actors' Baulty 

Assoc In strike. Ag 22, 1 :4 
0OBI.ENB, Oerson— death. S O. 22:8 



THE NEW YOEK TIMES INDEX. ivif-SepU, ml. 



OOBLXNE~peace ajmouncsd by Amer AnnT' 
of OccupaUon, Jl 1, 1T:3; Amer troopBjom 
with JYench In hoDoriiiK memory of Qen- 
erala Htiche and Marceau who held Shine 
frontier ualnst Fruaala more than a cen- 
tury aco, Jl S, 12:7; poaters bearinE worda 
"Oott Strafe Wilson" appear. Jl 10. 1:2 
fle« Bl*o European War— Alllea' occupation 
of Oermany— Amer Army 

OOBUTZ, John— flnda mother and son In 
morsue, boy waa stabbed In fight, 8 20, 



COCA Cola Ce-sold to N T Intereatii Ak 

1, 1T:0 
COCA Cola of D«l— officers. S 18, 22:3 
COCA-COLA Co of Ga— Sold to Trust Co of 

Georgia. Ag 22, 1B:2; Ag 23, 13:3 
COCAINK, •» Drug Traffic 
COCHBH8. Hfnry V., us Berger, V. 
COCHRANE, Prano In— death. S 23, 17:5 
COCK, Mary A.— death. Jl 18, 13:2 
COCKRAN, B. n>r»n, Co, ». Swindling^ 

Slock Frauds. Jl 19 
COCKRAN, W. Boorkr— sUlement at Sen 

Com hearing an League of Nallona and 
with Germany: assails England, Ag 
- '--'-- "--• tall bidgs on 0th Av 



31. 2:4 



n.— death and career, 8 

COBKt! AUred CIbtH— death. Ag 6, 9:2; will, 
Ag 22, 17:4 

COE, (Col) Clareniw E., me Railroads- 
Jugoslavia 



wfll enhar _..___ 

COCKRIEI., (HaJ) Oeorge— escapes from 

being killed by Germans In Cobleni, Jl 19, 



COHEN, Joacph— murdered, Ag 4, 1:T: J. 
Oradner arrested. Is Identified by H. Kor- 
man. Ag S, IS:*; police seek woman; U. 
Uaron, who was with hiro at time of shoot- 
ing, not found. Ag S, 17:3: Baron found by 
police: B. Sugar gives hhnself up. Ag 7. 
9:1; Baron, Horadnor. and B. Bcheln- 
holtz held without bait, Ag & S:4 

COHEN, Ulllu, .(n N Y C-Polloe Depl- 
VI ce Squad 

COHEN, LoDl*. see Theatre Tax 

COINS— 2c coin urged as memorial for Col. 
Roosevell by Women's Roosevelt Memorial 
Assoc. S IS. 12:7 
»Be alio Currency; U. 8.— Mint 

COKAYNE, <Slr> Bryen, iM Bank of Bng- 

COKER, Carl — says workars On public Utill- 
ties should be regulated aa are owners, Ir, 
Ag 24, 111. 2:7 

COKEK, (Prof) Fraaela W.— denies that U. 
I'^'ord Is an anarchist, Ag 2, 13:1 

C01,BEKT, Jean Baptlatc— ed on tercente- 
nary. S 28, 111. 1:3 

COLBX, (Mrs.) Jaae Baylls-death. B 2B, 
10:0 

COLBY, 8. B.- 



5 waiters, S 7, VII. 
Wd, S 14, 111, 2:7 



8 7. Ill, 2:8 
COLD Storage Warebousesi— 

—Produce cache found, Ag 20, 26:2 



Uutialo — Authorities find meat stored : 

fruit storage houses, As 19. 4:3 
Chicago— Great stocks of foodstuffs selied 

by Govt agents will be released, Ag 14, 

2:2; butter seized. Ag 18. 2:8 
Ina— Meat-packing plant behig erected in 



o cefes refuse 



k Co deny hoard 

unUI price Is re 



League of Nations, Jl 11. 1:4: replies 
Sir Edward Carson's statement on Irish- 
Amer agitation. Jl H, in:7; Ir from S. Un- 
termyer lubscriblng to Irish Victory Fund 
and Indorsing cause. Jl IS, 11:1; leads 
fight on League of Nations before Sen Com 
hearing, Ag 31. 1:7 
COHAN, Geo. M.— playa part In The Royal 
VagatKind : says actors are in the wrong In 
striKe, Ag 9. 1:3. 9:4; resigns from Lambs 
Club, Ag 12. 1:3; resigns from Friars: 
pledges last dollar In right against Equity 
Assoc. Ag 13. 1:3; firm against plea of 
Friars and Lambs to reconsider his — '- 



Presidency. Ag u., 

Actors' Fidelity League. Ag 26. 
eslgns from Producing Mgrs' Assoc. 
„ .J _. .-. Fidelity 



Actors' Fund : says he may never act 
again, Ag 28, 19:1; ed on reading of newly 
framed contract to Fidelity members. Ag 
29. 10 :S: tells how vacation was spoiled by 
actors- strike, 8 6. 1:1: will aid In build- 
ing up AcloFB- Fidelity League. S T, 1:3 
COHEN, C ha Tics— arrested In connection with 



B. Ag 1& 1 
^ers. Ag 28, li 
1, Ag 14, 2 ;2 



s 12 indictments, 

r offers resolution 
:1: Sen and House 

.. Ag 10; ■ - 

..„ _. --, 1 Dept .. 

vise Mouse Agricultural Com that Hutch- 
inson bill for regulation In probably un- 
constitutional , urge tai bill to accomplish 
end. Ag 12, 1:2; Sen McKellar addresses 
Hcuse Agricultural Com In behalf of hia 
bill to regulate cold storuge products. Ag 
13. 1:6: F. A. Horn testifies before House 
Agricultural Com; suya Amer Refrigerat- 
ing Assoc would not oppose reasonable 
measure. Ag 14, 1:S: L. D. H. Weld tes- 
tifies before House Com. Ag 10. 2:4; Repr 

ct. to regulate foodstuffs. Ag 23. 



3:6: Hot 



— .. Ag 25. 

Bsliries before House Com. 
, Cold storage and profl- 



-;8: Dr Wile> 

Ag 27, 15:4; ... „ 

teers, Ag 28. 10:3; House Com decides on 

features of bill. Ag .11. V,:1: Houae Com 

ori'era favorable report on bill. S 11, 17:5; 

Kipr Anderson thinks new law will be 

effective, S 20. 1.1:4 
Market liur Heports— Repr Haugen charges 

reports are Incomplete. Ag 28. 3:S 
Miirylnnd-30-day provision will be en- 

forced, Ag 3. 2:2 
MllwuukoL^-Cud^ihy Bros Co pleads guilty 

to violaUona of law. 8 3, 6:4 
MinnesolB— Govt slurts libel proceedings 

en poultry. Ag 22, il:,'i 
Nashville— Eggs seized, Ag 16. 1:6 
New J^Tsey-yiiuntltles of food held were 

State bcpt of Health, Ag 10. 3:2; Atty 
Gen McCrann takes action to condemn 
5.'i,000 pounds of fish as unfit for oon- 
Bumptton. Ag 23, 2 :3 ; OS.OOO pounds of 
fish condemned. As 30, 8:5 



jjGoogle 



/uIy-S«pt, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. 



COIiD Btorac* WarvtMuea (continued) :— 
New York City— 29 warehoUBGB In Manhat- 
tan and Bronx served with subpoenas re- 
quiring data Tor Federal Grand Jury. 
muBt report food held In storage: hoard- 
em wilt be punished. Ag S, 3 1; Justice 
Dept agents find vaat atorea, Ag Ifl, 1:8: 
Ir from DIat Atty Swann to Police Comr 
Bnrlgiht asks aid of Police Oept In local- 
1 ._,. ™.,. .. r Hylan 



17, 3:1; Mayor Hylan makes public Fire 



sn iDr tzurvLuins nurrTnuw, a SI. ^1 
PhDade^hla^Raid, Ak 21. 3:9 
Portland, He.— eggs seized, Ag IS, 1:0 - 
Scranton, Pa.- butter and eggs Belied, As 

19. 4:fi 
Selxurea t^ Federal authorttjes all over U. 

8.. Ag iS.'1-.S: Ak it, 3:4: Ak ai. 1:S 
Swift, L. F. — defends atoraKe, saya aup- 

pUes held now prevent future shortaKe. 

Ak is. 3:4: denlea hoarding charge, says 

Swift A Co have never stored food for 

«p«ctilatlOD, Ak 16, 3:S 
Trade Conun report shows prlcea went 

hIAer «« atorea of food Increased, Ag 8. 

COLX, (Mra) Senate M.— death, Jl 3, 13:3 
OOIK, MuUdi ~ 
OOIA, Bebert 



*7. VIII, 3— 



h7 City of N. T, of Rockefeller Founda- 
tloD's offer of hospital bldgs, Jl 10. 20:1 

COLES, <MrB) Cetherlae Parrot— dies In 
KBd year. Ag 9. 9:7 

COI.B8, Franklin A., sea Roosevelt (Ueut 



COI^ATE C 



ialon. Jl 8. lD::i 



. Supreme Court 



S 28, 12:S: beuuest of tlOO.OOO from R. H. 
Colgate, B 30, 1T:S 
COI.I.BCTITE Barsalnlng— Sp art by E. A. 
Bradford on what recognition of the union 
means In theorv and In practice, Ag 3, 
Vn. p n; leglBlatlon for right asked by 
Nad Bd of Farm OrKBnlKBtlonH. Ag 18. 
1:8: discussed by speakers at meeting of 
>ratl Civic Federation. S 12, 3:1: Mrs Rum- 
Ber makes plea for labor's share In fnduB' 
triea at Induatrlal conference of Commu- 
nity CotmcOs, S ]», 23:2 



CO I.LECTIVI8H— Article bv 8. ijeacock, 8 

7, IV, 1:1 
COLLBOE of City of S. T.— Airplane course 
told of; statement by S. E. Mecca. Pres. 

]ust returned from Paris, Ag 3. III. OS; 
automobile study course offered, S M, IV, 
13:1: registration beglna, S IT, 17:6; reor- 
ganization, a 30, 12:4 

Colleges ajid Unlvs— France 



ichers' Salaiies 

COLIJSOEa and CnlvenlUM:- 

Brltlsh-Amer Exchange of Profetaors— 

Amer colleges, through Amer Univ. 

Union, takes steps to secure British pro- 

fesBorE: expectation that EngUah college* 

will reciprocate. Jl 22, 2 :3 
rtrives for Funds— Bd. 8 29, 12 :n 

Bse also names of specific unlona 
Finances— Lr bv Dr H. L. Smith on plight 

of endowed colleges, Ag 31, ni. 2:1 
France— Ed on College of the U. 8. of 

America. 8 T. Ill, 1:7 
Oermany— Bd on statement by Dr FatUu 

that they will proI>ably be closed to 

Americans for soma time, 8 14. III. 1 :3 
Presbyterian Church plaiui, 8 14, II. 2:5: 

S 21 II, 1:2 
Reconstruction— Bd, 8 26, 12:4 
Salaries, see Teachers' Salaries 



COLLKRAN, Hletuwl— tells N. T. S. Federa- 
tion of t^bor that N. T. C. contractors are 
Importing negro workers; warns against 
race riots, Ag 28, 14:1 

COI.LIERi JohB — compares work of Natl 



Equity Assoc, Ag 10, 1:6 

CO 1,1.1 ER'S W'enlilr— Bought by Crowell 
Publishing Co. Jl 20. 20:4 

COLLINH, Charles— estate. Jl 1, 1S:2 

COI.MMS, Charles WalUee-lr on audit of 
Federal accounts, on Sen McCormlck's bill 
for natl budget nystem. Jl 2.1, 10:7 

OOLUNB. (JDsUoe) Ceraallas A.— reap- 
pointed. Jl 3. 8:2 

COLLINS. Jobn L. — sued for annulment of 
larriage, Jl 20, IL 1:& 



(Mrs) Sar 



1 WUIets— death, Jl 7, 



COLLIS, <I.t Col) Uojrd— receives legion of 

Honor decoration, Ag 24. 11:1 
COLLISIOIfS at Bea, see Accidents— Shipping 



COLOMBIA:— 

Finance— Argtir 

Public Works— Program, S 21, H,"i._ 

SjTian Merchants— Important factors In 

trade of Cartagena business, 8 28, II. 7:3 

COLOMBIAN Trratv. sm U. S.—Colombla. 

Rplntlona with 
COLON (B 8)— HuUny. Ag 18, 4:1: Ag IS, 

16:2 
COLONIAL Bank— SUtement, Jl 10, 2G:9; 8 

18. ?• - 



abandonment of Rockefeller Industrial r 

renentatlon plan. S 20, 2:1 
COLORADO Power Co— Pf dlvd. Ag 21, 18:5: 

com divd, 8 22. 20:5 
COLSON, WlUlam M.— blamed by Repi- 

Byrnes for Inciting race riots, Ag 26. 14:2 
COLT. <Hrs> Elisabeth White— death, Jl 25. 

COLT. (D. B. Bra) I.e Baron Bradford— sees 

good In principle of League of Nations: In- 
vited by Pres Wilson to confer on Peace 
Treaty with Germany and league of Na- 
tions. Jl 18. 1:5, 8: says Pres Wilson shed 
new light on Shantung award. Jl IB. 2:1; 
ed, Jl IS, 10:1: confers with 8 Republican 



Senators o 









Ag 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jul^^pU, IM. 



since leU: Btory c 
SI..'" 



J-boat, 

1 itBnk— Leases offices In Postal 

LAie Building, Jl 3, 21:2: sUtementB, Jl U, 
20:2: S 18, 3l:4 

COLUMBIA Orkphophone Co— Plans to In- 
oresse stock. As 9. M;fl; pf and com dlvd, 
Ab 21, 18:S 
8m also Bridgeport. Conn— Strikes 

COT.VMBIA Trust Cs— 8tatenient, Jl 11. 21:6: 
elects Virginia D. H. Furman Asst Sec; 
first womnn bank officer In N T C, Jl la 
7:2: appointed trustee to hold title to new 
R R equipment, by R R Administration, 
Ag B. 24:1: R. Borchwlck arrested, charged 
with theft of 156.000 In Uberly bonds from 
Bronx branch, S 12. 1:4; Borchwlck held In 
ball : H. Priest and J. McAllister nrresled 
as accomplices. S 13. 11:4; quarterly dlvd. 
S 10. 25:8: statement. S 23, 27:8 __ 

B'B >Ua New York and East River Ferry 
Co 

C01,ITHBIA Unlv:— 
American I^eglon, sec Amer Legloii-~Co- 

lumbla Unlv Post 
Community organization course, S 2. 10:3 
Curriculum changes. Ag 10, II, 2:9 
Dental Hygiene course will be offered at 

night. Ag 24. 16:1 
Faculty. ■•« Cattell, (Prof) J. M. 
French by native Frenchmen will be offered 
at night, Ag 24, 15:1 

Jl 13, II, 1:7 
Home Study Courses— Will be Instituted as 
part of extension work. Jl 18. 14:3; dis- 
cussed by Dr J. C. Bgberl. Jl 21, 10:7: 
— n 22, 8:3; ouUlno of method, Ag 31. 






Nations 



10:1 
Lengue of Nations, 

^-Columbia Unlv 
Iiegal practice will be offered at night Ag 

24. 1S:I 
Opening, S 2S. 8:4 
Professors of unlv li 

Ag 3. II, 8:1 
Prohibition poll. Jl 25, 2:8 
Psychologic test for entrance, 8 S3, 17:3 
Psychology— Advantages of study pointed 

out by Prof A. T. Poffenberger, Ag 10, 

11, 8:1 
Rehabilitation Courses— Instructors start 

claspes for partially dlBnbled convalescent 

ioldlers at General Hospital No 1, Jl IS. 



Engln eeri ng— War 
es evolved will be 



Social Science course will be offered, S 28, 

II. 8:1 
Summer School — Opens. Jl 10. 30:1: stu- 
dents addressed by Dr Manning. Jl II, 
10:7; Chautauqua fn N. T.. ed Jl 13, III, 
1:5; activities. Jl 27, 11. 2:2; Ir from I* W. 
Crawford In appreciation of co-operation 
of N T TImea, Ag 11. 10:1! 
Taxation course. Ag 21, 20:1 
COLDMniTR Packing Co. see Cold Storage 

Warehouses-Ohio 
Ct>I.lTMB<;8 Rail Ught Cs, see Street Bys— 

Strikes — Columbus. O. 
COLVER, (Trade CoDir) William R.— mem- 
ber of Com of 3 that Is eipected to make 
definite, constructive recommendations for 
reducing cost of living, at Cabinet meeting, 
Ag 3. 1:6; testifies before Sen Agricultursl 
Com on meat prices. Indorses Kenyon bill 
to license packers. Ag 10. 4:4: attacked by 
L. T>. H. Weld for Trade Comm report on 
packing Industry, Ag 26. 13:1; assails meat 
packers, attacks trusts. In testimony before 
House Judklnry Com, S 10, 22:1 
COLYBK, Jacob Kdgar— ileath. Jl 24, 0:2 
rOMAL, S 8— Aground. S 11. 12:4 
COMKBFORU. H. H., see Steel— Strike— 

Steam Engineers 
COMRB. WlUlam W.— death. Ag 31. 22:6 
COMETS— New ones discovered by Rev J. H. 
Metcalf. Ag 24. 8:2; Ag 26, 28:4; S 38. II, 



1:4 



COHMRBCB— Mot^-Subdtvl«lona accorttc 
to countries Indicate U. S. trade with tboa 
countries. Commerce of roreign couocrtei 
Is entered under the names of those comi- 
tries. as France — Commerce 
Abyssinia— Statement by K. Qartiau on dp- 

portunltles. Ag 10, III, 3 :1 
An«-W«r Tro*e— Trade ruah to Comil 
Powers expected; history of periods fol- 
lowing other wars shows expanslan d 
trade relations; Franco-PruAotan Warm 
example, Jl 20, II. 2:8 
Algiers— 6 cargoes of Amer goods recelnd. 
Ag 3, II, 7 :B 



Commercial 

A rgentina— Amerlcsjis urged to Invwt 
there: statement fay Dr AldAO oo Irak 
conditions, Jl 7. 23:2; Consul Robotica 
suggests methods for securing trade. Jl 
13, n. 6:7 
Anitrlun, see German Austria, below 

Bdglnm— trade Joumsls will reprlDt lUM 
says Amer Consulate, Ag 3. II. 7:6 

Braill— Natl Bank of Commerce flgORi 
show U. S, leads In trade frowtfa of ls« 
5 years. Jl 11. 17:4: Dr M. G. RodTigDa 
arrives in Washington to promote beiur 
trade relations. Jl 12. 1S:T: Dr Rodilcw* 
begins Pan Amer wortc In Wastdngtm 
Jl 13. II, 1:4: U. S. Consulate want) 
more trade cataloguea, Ag 8, II. 74; L 
E. Freeman siirives In V. 8. with data to 
aid Amer mfrs, 8 24, 2B:S: iBToice rait 
repealed. S 26. 21:2 

Canada— Oovt will open publicity office b 
N Y to further Cauullaii Interest*. U 
24. II. 7:6 

Chlm^^ffers opportunity tar fmporli <t 
Amer hosiery, Jl 13, n, 7:S; C. C. Wn 
sees expansion of trade. Jl 19. 2:2: Amer 
Chamtier of Commerce fanned In PbUk 
Ag 27. 22:2: Amer exports; S 14, n. »*. 
report on factors In South China Irsilc. 
S 28. II, 4:2: Ignorance of language bar- 
rier to trade relations, N T u3t Will 
offer course. B 28. m, 6:1 

Constantlaanle— Ir by D. A, Ktuii oh tnde 
opportunities, Ag 24. in. 2:1 

Csechoslevakta — report on Import and ai- 
t reatricUons, Ag S. It,^ 6:7 



Edllarials— Trad e 



I politics, Jl & 1 



Embargoes, are Commerce— Export Trade- 
Restrictions: Emtiargoea 

England-^. C. Gould beads BrlUah bo^ 
ness mission to U. S.. Ag 2», 8:3; diffi- 
culties due to port congestion, S S, 10:1; 
British Chamber of Commerce In the V 
S. Incorporated, S 7. II, 2:1. 3:3; C. Joh' 
aton discusses credit protdem, S 7. IV, 
12:1 



cusses En^&nd's general flniuiclal et- 
dltlon. says Amer co-operatSan t> 
trade Is welcomed, not feared, Ag K 
3:1: Uondon Dally Uall writer sui 
tide Is about to turn from U. S., if 
26. 3:6 

Comblnatlona, ■•• Export Trade ComUs- 
ations 

Comment. Ag 24, n, 7:1 

Edge, (U. S. Sen) W. E.— urges IncreaJM 
production, at McAlpln Hotel lundMon 
of Amer Mfrs Export Assoc. 8 18. U:1 

Editorials— our foreign trade. Jl 3. 11:1: 
trade and politics. Jl fl. in. 1:1; worlJ 
trade obstacles. Ag 24. m, 1:3: tl» 
falling cost of living. Ag 26, 11:1.' 
strikes and exports, S 4, 12 :3 

Europe— American factories' quick dellVEf- 



ish c 



lutclnss German. French a 



ipctltor 






rapidly. 



__. 2:7; members of EuropW 

Trade Comm of Southern CommercW 
Congreas sailing to promote trade t«- 
latlons between Europe and bouUkt" 
U. S., S 8. 17;S 
Exchange situation a hindrance, sayi Sir 



X^Hi^deiC'Ag" M."i':« 



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^ Borab denmincea 

In Ben proposed SIO.000.000 corporHtlon 
backed by Wall St fntcrests, JI 1. 3:1; 
Sen EdKB deniea Insinuation of Sen 
Borah Qiat blU for corporation for 
handllnK exports was related to Leafue 
o( NatTona. Jl 3, 6i4; Sen EdKaln- 
troducee bill for establishment o( 
Foreign Flnancn Corp, makes state- 
ment on scope of work; would extend 
Amer export trade. Jl 16, 17:8: bank- 
ers' views. Jl 17. 27:3; B, Meyer, Jr. 
says Germany will probably have to 
employ private banks, JI 10, 11:1; 
policy ol extending: credits. Jl SO, II. 
7:3; bankers urge co-operation or all 
Interests on extending- foreign credits: 
■ee danger to trade In present ex- 
change rates. Jl 22 21:2; Sen Gronna 
causes Sen Banking Com to defer 
action on E:dEB blU, Jl 24, 1S;B; J. 9, 
Alexander discusses aid for Europe, Jl 
29, 20:3; C. A. Selden tells how Allied 
commission will seek loan In U. S. ; 
Quotes article by B. A. Fllene, Jl 2«. 
9 :3 ; Sen Mcliean makes favorable re- 



port 



. biU: I 

jTzfll e-.i: banks'and Indus'tflal 
"ns, acting Independently, already 

loaned 1300.000,000; proposal to 

co-ordinate V. S. resources hangs In 
abeyance. Jl 21. 23:3; statement on 
formation of foreign credit clearing 
house by M. O. Prentiss, Jl 27 II, G:2; 
A. Breton would open credits In U. S. ; 
predicts early revival In Europe, Jl 
29. 23:2; Amer Mfrs' Assn urges adop- 
tion of plan for financing European 
InduBtrlea. alone lines provided In Sen 
Edge's bill. Jl 30, 1«:«; July Ir of 
Natl City Bank calls for large credits. 
aaya Burope must have time to re- 
cover; C. H. Sabin urges united effort 
of all interests to aid stricken Europe; 
wants Govt to aid In establishing 
credits, as demands are too heavy for 
banks to handle alone, Ag 1, 21:2; 
I* E. Plerson warns of need to open 
foreign outlets for products, wants 
Govt help In clearing exchange situa- 
tion, Ag 3, 11. 4:2; Foreign Trade 
Corp wlU be first acceptance concern 
organtied In U. 8. to Increase Euro- 

Kan trade, Ag IB. 1B:2; Foreign 
nance Corp incorporated. Ag 18, 
18:3; ed. World trade obstacles. Ak 
24. III. 1 :8 ; Sens object to wide powers 
of export finance bill Introduced by 
Sen EJdge, adopt amendments, S T, 8:2; 
Sen passes Edge bill for corporations 

'- " foreign trade; S 10, 1S:7; 

"jcata prompt 
21:1 
Buyers' Club In Bush Terminal 
sales BldR prepares Hat of foreign 
tniycrs and their wants, Ag 24. II. 7 :4 

Problems discussed by Natl Park Bank. 
Ag 18, 14:2 

Restrictions— Sen Myers offers resolution 
In Sen for ban on export of neces- 
sities, Ag 6, 9:1: removed except on 
wheat and munitions. S 30. 17 :S 

SIggelkow. J., suggests new trade plan, 
outlines way of meeting foreign preju- 
dice. Ir, Ag 3. IL 7:2 

Statistics. •» Commerce— Statistics 

Views expressed by representative of 
toilet goods house on agencies, credits 
and getting of tniyers, Jl 20. II, 7 * 



Far Ksst— P. Norti 



describes oppor- 



cr«dit problem. S 7, IV, 12:1 



Bar Assoc, S S, 3:S 



COMMEBCE (continued):— 
QemkBj — Note—For reeimiptlon of trade 
relations between Germany and U. S., see 

Germany— Comr " " 



5 m. 16:3 

Greecfr-Trade Comr Mears, at Athens, tolls 
Amer firms how to get Greelt trade, Ag 

Hunga^-War Trade : 
moval of ban on expo 
3, 3:S 

Import Reslrletions. see Embargoes 

Imports — Quality of l''rench goods coming 
to U. S. increases demand for such mer- 
chandise, says A. Fantl. Jl 13, II, 6:8 
Sea also BtaUsUci, below; War Trade Bd 

inUUt— Import restrictions removed on Amer 
goods, Jl 6, II, 3:5 

Indo-Cliina— Commercial delegate discusses 
ways of Improving U. S. trade. Ag 24, 11. 
7:5 

Internatl ConfercDee. ■«• Intematl Trade 



s and Imports. S 



Italy- Italian Discount & Trust Co formed 
to cater to Itnllan overseas trade, Jl 1. 
) help Amer 
.dltlans. S 1. 

Java— Business reprs should know Dutch 
language and understand local conditions, 
Ag 24, II, 7:7 

I.Btin America— Ed on speeches by Repr 
Clark and J. Barrett at convention of 
Associated Advertising Clubs, S 25. 14:1 

I.tGrn>lng of Trnda, see U. S.— Congress— 
Blll»-Trade Licens' — 

-- - B-Natives use 

Ify goods the) .^ _. __. ,._. 

r Mfrs' Export Assoc warns against 

commercial situation in Yucatan, says 
credils must be extended fl to 8 months, 
Ag 11, 17:2; Chihuahua district offers 
good market for knit goods, S 7, II, 7:3 

Moroeco— Commercial mission arrives In N 
Y to Improve business relations with U. 
S.. Ag 20. 20:2 

Near Kaat— Lietter by D. A. Kurk on op- 
portunities, Ag 24, III. 2:1 
Polana— Polish Information Bur calls atten- 
tion to opportunities offered to Amer 
Business men. S 14, II. 1:0 

Bnmsnla — Commerce Bd describes trade op- 
portunities, 8 22, 17:3 

Kb ■■la— Russian Soviet Bur In N Y says 



StbiHa— Admiral Ghorasslmoff wants U. S. 
to compete with Japan for trade, S S. 10:7 
See also Siberian Co-operative Societies 

BoDtli Amer Trade— Letter from W. N. 
Watmsley on shortcomings which hamper 
Amer business men In competing with 
Europeans. Ag 3. III. 2:4: Mississippi Val- 
ley Assoc plans campaign. S IS. 3:S 

Spain — Import duty on Amer cotton redticed, 
Jl 13, II, 6:7 

Statlntlcs— Foreign commerce for year. Jl 
6. II, 3 :1 : figures for exports and Imports. 
fiscal year 3019, compiled by U. S, For- 
eign and Domestic Commerce Bur, Jl 2a, 
9:4: figures on foreign trade complied by 
Foreign and Domestic Commerce Bur. Ag 
6. 11:1: comment on completed figures of 
foreign trade. Ag 10. II, 7:1; July figures 
complied by Foreign and Domestic Com- 
merce Bur, Ag 22, 18:1: ed. The turning 
trade tide, Ag 23. 8:2: figures for July. 
Ag 31, II. 7:1: S 4. 20:3; Aug figures, S 
23. 28:7 

Syria md Fatestlne— Duty regulations. S 28. 
II, 7:4 

Tnrkey— Comr Heck comes to N T to con- 
fer with business men on extending ex- 
port trade. Jl 14, 21:3 



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- Brazil Cham- 



;Uve, S 9, 0:3 

COHHBRCIAI. A(n«meBti 

ber of ConuDerce algna 

Sact with U. S. Chamber of 
1 S, II, 1:8: arbltraUon tie between 
Chambera of Commerce of Quayaqiill and 
N Y Slcned, Jl 21, 12:6 
8«a all* CommerdBl Treaties 
GOMHEBCIAL Buresa — Foundation dl»- 
cuBsed In Berne to atlmulate trade with 
U. S. from the Baet. Jl 13, 11. 7:* 
_ .. „^_ — InJUDCtlon 



t PosU 






dismissed when Judge Hand Issues order 
In U. S. Supreme Court setting aside de- 
cree dated Jan S. 1910. Jl 18, 11:2: an- 
nounces reaumpUon of direct cable commu- 
nlcaUon with China and Siberia. Ag 12. 7:0 
8m al» Cable Operators' Strike 
COMHBRCIAI. Kdncatlna— J. A. Farrall an- 
nounces plans tor establishment of School 
of Foreign Service at Georgetown Unlv, Ag 



S 19, 23: 
OOMMONWSAI^TH ._ 

holders will vote on plana to ozpaod, Jt 1. 
20:6; new stock issue ofterad, 8 S, 214: 
acquires oil stock of L«rd Inv«t<artti, S 
5, 17:2 
COM HON WEALTH Tnut Co., aas OdlM, 

a. J. 

COMHrNiaT I.abar rartr of Ana*— Organ- 
ised by I>eft Wing Sodallata in Chicaso; 
Kneral strike voted to compel releaae at 
E. V. Debs, T. J, Mooney, and other daas 
war piisonera. S S, 8:2: platform adf^tnl: 
proclaims sympathy with RubsIbji Balsbev- 
■-" Govt, S *. 16:1: methods of bringing 
' ' ' < discussed; Mrv. K. 

Sn. S 3: ed, S 5. 10:3: 
on of nail executive 



' before far 



com. S S. 6:6: plan acUon 

of Govt by rr -,—..— 

19:6: ir by " 
be joined b; 
of Social let 
COMMUNITY C»tr«. ■«• 
Jewish Community Centre a 



Block dub: 



COMMBRCtAI, Bxehaage Bank, N. X.— 

Statement. Jl 10. 23:7: S 19. 24:6 
COMMEBCIAI. Tclfgraphen- Untaa at AAier 

B. J. Konenkamp resigns as Pres, Jl 20, 

COHHERCIAI. TraTclen — Jamaica Govt 

tuts tax on salesman representing foreign 
ouses; failure to register and pay tax In- 
volvea heavy penoltiea; must obtain trad- 

. — .. 1_ XT .. _.j inhabltanta 

1 being raised 

r Traveling Salesmen's 

•-IT passing of Absentee 

e submitted to people 



Noting bl 
if N. Y. 1 



t Nov, Ag 1. 16:7 



will develni 
ilnlnK. Jl U. 

.„ „. „ le Com: Dr 

Slaughter oulllnes work ahead, Ag 23. 11:4; 
conference at home of Mrs M, P. Etavlaon 
on Industrial needs. 8 T. 15:2: Q. O. Bat- 
tle names 4 women on com to prepare In- 
dustrial program, S IS, 24:2: Industrial 
conference at Ldbor Temple hears Mrs 
Rumsey'n plea for collective bargaining: 
other " " ■•" *" " 



MUNIIY Effart, 



Natl Citlse 



COHKBBOIAI. TrraUes-Report of U. S. 

agreement with England : denial trom 

Washington. Ag 2. 3:1: Franco-Japaneaa 

treaty renewed, S 21 II, 11 A 

8ae also Commercial Agreements 
OOMMKBOIAI. CnloD Fire IiunraiMa Co— 

mvd, JI 21. 17:7 
OOMMBBFOBD, (lient) P. J., asa Rents— 

N Y C— Soldiers and Sallora 
COMMISSION for BeUet In Belgtnm— Final 

aaseta ol Belgian Rell^ Comm will ba ds- 

voted to education as Buggeated by H. 

Hoover, Ag 30, 4:7 
COMMISSION far Ballet In Belgiiui KDd 

France— Rotterdam headquarters close, Ag 

18, 3:4 
COHHITTEK (< 

AUlea— L/e 

COMMITTBEfiir thcRdUef I _, 

peals for supplies. S 14. tl, 4:3 

COMMITTEE of 4S-poatpones date of natl 
conference of Liberals. Ag 16, 13 :3 ; state- 
ment b7 A. W. McCurdy on dueatlonnalre 
on topics of the day; aub coma appointed at 
meeting In Chicago to carry on WOrit of 
organization. Ag 18, 7:3, 4: Ir by B. 
Wright, S 14, ni. 1:7: A- McCurdy re- 
plies to B. Wright In regard to quevtlon- 
nalre. 8 21, III, 2:6; natl conference to 
be held In St .Loula on Dec 6; platform l8 
being drafted: A. McCurdy says greater 
part of memt>erahlp fa from buslnesa and 
professional men, S 22. 7:4 

COMMITTEE at France- A mertea—PresetiU 
plate to Gen Pershing. Jl 27. 2:3 

OOMMITTBE on Fablle Informatlan-^Rec- 
ords transferred by Pres Wilson to Coun- 
cU of NaU Defenaa. Ag 25, 6:1 
"— -•-] Moving Pictures—Frauds In Oovt 



Buildings [ 



J. Lee, S 7. III. 8:1 
See also Bducatlon Alliance 
COMMl'NITY ttcnlce Coin-40 large Chicago 



H. F. MeCormlck, 



mder leaderahlp <rf 



INITY Vprlatnga. aee UprlslngB 



C().MPI'I.80RY MiUtarr Servlee. sea Mili- 
tary Service, Compulsory 

COMTIiTINO -TabnlatlBg-BcHirdtag C* — 
guar dlvd. S 2. 20:S 

COMRADE Club, »e War Camp C 



COMKTUCK, L. K., BM Lodge. U. S. Sen H. 

C— Lengue of Nations, Jl 6 
CONABKKH, (Mrs) Uiale F. Bakai^-death. 



Club by 18» Draft Bdi, Jl 3, 6A 
See also Loup, U. C. and C, Jl It 
CONBOY, Ban A.-— selected to attend hi- 
duatrlal conference at Washington. B 11, 



CONDIT. Moaea Edgar— death. B 14, 17:S 
CONEY lalsnd— Mardl Oras. B IS. 10:1 
Bw alio Iron Steamboat Co : Street Rr* — 



CONFF.DERATE Vetenuia, 



COMMODITIBS Priees— Ust ai>pe«ra everr 
Saturday on financial page 



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CONOEB. D. I,^^«tter odPObIdc dATUdit 

BavlnK Bot repeal, JI ID, 11:6 
CONGEB, Boy C M« Aeronautlo— U. 8.— 

Commuttng 
OONQOIlECM C»— Buys floor coverings 

dept of Barrett Co, Jl ZE. 26:3 
CONQBESS — U. a., M« U. B.— CongresB 
CON OSES BIO MAI. Madal of Uoaar — table 

of awards by dlvksloDB, States and namea i 

won by 78. Ay 8, II, p Z^ 

COMLON. Paler F^-^aps toea of Nolan t 



Wai^-Decoratlona — 



COM M OR ( 



CON ROY. I.awrB 



■ FhUlp 8. P.-deH 



., 7:4 



10:1 



_ _ _ B D S C, Jl 

CONaCIENTIOVa and BHIalooii Objecti 

H« U. S.— Army— Draft— OppoBi lion 
CONSCRIPTION, MUIt>ry. ■» references 

nder Military Service, Computaory 
COMBOUDATED Cissr Co— Pf dlvd. Jl II, 

21:3 
CONBOLIDATBD O** Co. W Y C— Court or- 

.I.... h..iPi hearlnss; Judge Manton grants 
O-cent rate proceedlng-s before spe- 



ssi 



win l>e taken ti 



' counsel i 



n vacated, Jl 16, 



6:3': will present papers asking for vacating 
.. . _. _..._.__. ._.. « — , (Jounael 

gas suit, Jl 23. 10:3rN"'Y C corporation 



of stay obtained by Corp CounHel Burr; 
- ■ ■ - latly loar - — ■ 

!:7 ■ 

counsel applies 



law. Jl 17, 2 



; city opposes gas valu- 
ation. Ag 1. II :i: Ki. S. Circuit Court denies 
right of City of N T to Intervene In M-cent 
Su litigation, As S. 11 



CON STAB CLARY, 



1 N. T. S.— Constabu- 



GOM8TAMTINE, ex-KIng of GroMe— leaves 
Lucerne for Locaimo to reduce expenses, 
Jl Z 25:2; Interviewed 



CONN, JoliB B death. Ag S7, 11:4 

CONMAVOHT, Dnke ol — entertains Gen 
Pershing at luncheon In London, Jl 12, 
17:2: reported to be choice of Socialists 
for Klnc of Ciechoslovakla, Ag IS, 4:ti 
wilt establish memorial hostelry with money 
given to late Duchess by women of Can- 
ada. S !6. 1Z:3 

COKNE0TICCT-— ClaliDB German howl tier 
now standing on Boston Common. Aa 3, 
1>:1 ; does not wish to share In formation 
of Natl Guard dlv i will maintain State 
defense organization only, Ag 3. 8:1 

CONNECTICUT BetaU Liquor Dealer*- Ai- 
•DC, see Frohlbltlon — Wartime — Conn. 

CONNEUjY, (Llsut) t. U., s« Mexico — Bor- 
der — Amer Aviators 

GONNEH, (Civt) HeiUT Patrldga — death, 
S 11. 16:2 

CONNETT, <Hra) Base— daatli, S 25, 15 :S 

CONNOLLY, (Lieat) I". W.— injured In air- 
plane accident, S 3», 14:3 

CONNOLLY, (Borongh Prrs> MaurlCA—re- 
fusea to receive delegation of L.ocal Union 
of Technical Men to discuss wage Increase, 
Ag 10, 3:7; Ag 12. 6:2; refuaes to meet union 
representatives on wage demand. Ag 14, 
15:3; asked to meet technical men In Ir 
from A F of I* Ag IB, 2:9; control In 
Queens will be fought by A. E. Keating, 
who organizes new party, A« 24. 22:i: 
threatens Union of Technical Men with pun- 
ishment for insubordination for failure to 
write Individual Irs. Ag 24. 24:1; suspends 
and serves with charges G. W. Morton of 
Union of Technical Men. B 21. l:fl; thanked 
by Comr Nixon for protest against B R T 
transfer abrogation, S 23. 1B:4 

CONNOLLY, Patrlek J., see Interborough 
Rapid Tranalt Co— Strike 



CONSTANTINOPLE— Lr by D. A. Knrk on 
trade opportunities, Ag 24. III. 2:1; ed. 
The sword of Islam. Ag 31. HI. 1;]; man- 
date by U. S. opposed by Sec Lansing, W. 
C. Bullitt tells Sen Foreign Relatlona Com. 
S 13. 1 :1 

CONBTITITTIOK, tre U. S— Conatltutlon 

CONSTITUTION Day-Plans of NaU Se- 
curity League tor celebration on Sept IT, 
Jl 28. 10:7, Ag 3, 11, 6:7. Ag 25. 14:3; Gen 
Pershing congratulates Natl Security 
League on campaign. Ag 29, 7:2; proclama- 
tion by Cov Smith, S 14. 23:8: celebrations, 
S 18, 4:2; celebration In House of Reprs, 
S 20, 3:2 

CONSTRUCTION Metalllqae de Bdglqne*— 
¥),.„= TT o Army machine tools used in 



— itlnental A Cennerelal Traat 0«— 

Total depoalta In Chicago total over S400,- 
000,000. Jl B. 24:1; statement. S 21. if. 8:2 
CONTINENTAL Daak of N Y— Statements, 



CONTINENTAL ODarantj Cor^-Quart«lly 



Paper Bag Co— Pt and c 



. , „ by 

Italy- American Club: discusses Italy's eco- 
nomic condition and asks aid from Amer- 
ica, S 2S, S:6: admires d'Annundo t>ut re- 
grets his occupation of Flume, 9 SS. 4:S: 
receives medal for King Victor Emmanuel; 
address by Repr 1« Guardla; reply. 8 28, 

See alao Italy— Navy— Conte dl Cavour 

COOK, Jeff, SH Sentries 

COOK, (Mrs) Clariasa, see Stallo, E. K. 

COOKE, DeloB w.— made Chevalier of Le- 
gion of Honor. Jl IB, 20:6 

COOM, (Capt) O. U.— wins Air Force Cross, 

COOKK, (Mrs) 3tn K., see Whaley, Mrs K. 
COOKE, (HaJ) BslHrt^ 8Bniael-^«atit and 



COO LI DOE <aav) Calvin— welcomes Lt 
Comm Read to New England, Jl S, 4:E>: 
recommends appointment by Legislatures o( 
Comm of 7 to investigate atreet rys prob- 
lems In Mass, calls fare Increase prohibi- 
tive, Jl 24. 10:2; wins renomlnallon for 
Gov, S 24, 3:2 
See also Boston- Police 

COOLIDQE, Hra Frederick S.—her gifts to 
muBic: maintains Berkshire String Quartet 
which she founded, S 26, 11 :1 

COOMRS, (Sertt) A. B.— arrives at Roosevelt 
Field In mce from Toronto In fl hrs and 21 
mln, Ag 26, 1:4 

COOMBR, Juk, ■«! Sports— Baseball— Fhila 
Natl League Club 

COO.MDS, Richard, ace Prlaoaa— Nassau Co 
Jail 

COON. JnUua O.— death, Jl 29. 9:2 

COONLBY. (Mrs) QoKDle F.-«100,000 gift 
to Vassar College, 8 21, II, 11:7 

COONTZ, IRear Admiral) RolKTt E.-ep- 
polnted Chief of Naval Operations, 8 ?■ 



3:6; ed. 



ker. 1 



3 26, 12:2 
-, 18:6 



3 raised fa 



J. B, Par- 



COOPER. Alexander, see N T C— Employes. 

OOOPEB, C, B.— letter on naval radio ser- 
vice. Ag 10. III. 2 :7 

OOOPEB. <Lt Col) Jeha A.— appointed to 
represeBt Canada In N Y. Ag 0, fi ;T 



THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. Ju^Sept^ 1618. 



OOOFEB, (D. B. 



radical element In unions and cfaareei. 

ter, steel workers' leader, with belnK I W 
W. S 24, 3:1: ed, S 25. 14:4: continues at- 
tack on Foster, quollng Ir signed "Yours 
revolution": Ir to MahonlnK County 



Joha a.— assails COPPEB (continued):— 



... 13:1: 

police believe tie was victim of blackmail 

Slot, S 1. 10:2; J, F. Fouston and C. Jor- 
an arrested: police abandon blackmail 
theory. S 2, 6:2: servants. D. E. Metcalf 
and Nora I.. Jones, arrested. S 27. 10:3 
COOFEK, ThwaoPB— death and career, Ag 



'olhen 



is— death and 



COOrBK, Wade— accused by Controller Will- 
iams of circulating false and malicious 
statements against him and his office, Jl 
16, 12:8 

CU-OPKRATIOM In Indnstry, see Industrial 

lame Clnb— L.r from Mrs. 



CO-OPERATIVE 1 



. ark done In Dayton Higli. School, Jl 20, 
II. 8:1 

OO-OFERATIVE Blares, see Cost of Living 
—Hotel Employes 

CO-OFERATIVK Unions:— 
BDHia— Kolchak Issues call for assembly 

of KemstovB, S 24. 10:3 
Hlbrri*— Special Com formed to help anti- 
Bolshevist Armies, S 27, 4:3 

COPET.Airil, (Dr) Hural H.— praises work of 
Drug Registration Clinic, Jl 8, 22:3: ex- 
Dlalna to Estimate Bd need of hospital to 
tare for drug addicts, Jl 10, 20:1: denies he 
has resigned as Henlth Corar: stands by 
assertion that he soucht Klft of hospllal 
from Rookfiteller Foundation with authority 
of Mayor Hyla" '"- ——'-■--- "■-' ■■- 
will tight any a. 



i demand and _ d<^ 

_:3: 

Production— Report of Boston Cos, Jl U. 
23:3: Jt 20. 20:S: Ag 9. 23:1; quarterty 
reports of Utah. Chlno. Raj and Nevada 
Cos. Ag 9. 10:1; report of BoMan Coa, As 
10, aa:3: Ae n, aaj: Ag 2*. 1S;1; AgSl. 
23:2 
Strike-«4 leading Blsbee and other Arl- 
■ona men charged with kidnafipins and 
assault in connection with deportation at 
more than 1,000 I W W monberv in 
July. ISIT. Jl 10. 18:1; 43 additionsl zx- 
rests in Blsbee. Jl 11, 7:2 
COPPBR Lake, see Gold— Copper Liaks 
COPPER Range Co— Quarterly dlvd. A« IS, 

COPPINQ, Arthnr E.— says Allies have re- 
sumed advance on the Dvlna. Jl 2. 17:7 
says converted Bolshevlkl caused mutiny tn 
northern HuBsia, Jl 28, 1:3 

CORBIN^ John— Review of The Five Mil- 
lion, J[ a. 14:2 

CORCOKAN, B. WarrsB A Co, see Swindling 
—Stock Frauds 

CORCORAN, (Sgt) Patrick J.— death. As SS. 



CORK. Ireland— Fourth of July celebration 
banned, Jl B, 7:1: soldiers prevent appoint- 
ment of German professor of traditional 
Irish music. J] 14. 16:6; riot, Jl 21 1-4 
Bee alia Ireland— Binn Peln— AcUvltlea In 
Ireland 
CORK Examiner. Tbe, see News Cenoorahlp 
CORN— Prices drop In sellinK stampede on 
Chicago Bichange. due to fear of lower 
wheat, Ag fl, 2:5; S^t crop report, S «, 



new bidg for Heallh Dent, Ae 13. 12:1: 
takes posaesslon of Sen Vipw Hospital and 
transfers It over for care of drug addlcls, 
Ag 14. 8:S: Is ready to help In food situa- 
tion by using powers of Health Bd, Ag l."i, 
2;.1; warning to prepare tor recurrence of 
influenza epidemic. Ag 15, 6 :4 : Issues 
- > dealers, says food profiteers- 
■- ■ I'oked, Ag 16. 3:2; flnrls 

, .-1... ^ p,g^ j^g 20. 

_ _ „ ration of drug 

addicts that many sources of supply have 
not been detected. Ag 24, II. 1:3: abandons 
plan to use Sea View Hospital for ilrug ad- 
dlcls- hospital, will use Riverside Hospital, 

Ag 26. 6:2: slates [' " -" 

Intlue ■-- 






Banks and Banking-Chicago ' ' 

me^t ji'l4""fB'fl*'"'' *""'■ '"^"-State- 
COBn' FrodDcts' Refining Co-Strike for 
closed shop at Argo, III, Jl 9, 17:7- non- 
K-,.^t<.v. .,«=vi — employes will be dropped. 



CORXELItlS. Eltas. m. Prisons-Nassau Co 

Nt, (C»l> Edward 8., see Automo- 

[-1., V 

CORNELL r 

Gifts and Bequests— Receives libra 
■"■ "" ----- of B. loewy. S 3. : 



_' syndicate buys bond Is- 
sue; terms of loan, Ag n, 24:3: bond sale, 
Ak 6, 38:6: Ag 7, 20:3: shlpplnj,- strike. An 
28. i'Si; Minister of Defense proposes de- 
molition ot forte. S 4. 1 :1 
COPENHAGEN TelrphBOe Co— Buys 2 auto- 
matic telephone exchanges from Western 



Blec 



I. 8:3 



tlon expenditures, Ag 2, I. _ 
German In tore »t»— Reported negotiating 

large tonnage of refined metal, Jl 31, ; 
Mexico— Destruction ot mines under C 

ranza regime lold of by Dr P. B. AH 

dorf. Ag 31. II, 1:3 



, Ag 2n, 10:2 Ir froB 



- 15. 10:6: 
Assoc that 



tells Natl Piilnt, Oil, an 

radical labor leaders \.. >,. ^, jj.nji uver- 
throw of Amer Govt snd Soviets, S 23 
18:8: telegram to Gov of Ohio asking that 
morrh nf ,,..^1 =.-ikerB on Welrton l>e pre- 

Tist Co— Statement. 8 85. 



. S.— Con- 



CORPORATION 1 

23:2 
CORPORATIONB, see Com 

Trade— Financing 
CORPOKATiONB. lacenses. h^. ^ 

gress— BUI B— Corporation Licenses 
CORPt'8 ChTlitl, nee Hurricanes 
CORRELL John W., see Mexlco-U. S.. He- 

CORRESPONDENia, see War Corrcspond- 

« Biidseport 



■Googlt 



Julu^ept, 1818. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



COKT, faliB-HIlaiis tor cmnlne season. J1 31, 

1S:4 
CORTEI.TOI7, QHime 

tnldret system would euar _ _ 

b&nkniptcr, Ae 10, lit, 11:1 
CORTItON', S B — Founders In hurricane: ZT 

lost. 8 12, 17:4 
COSBV, {Caitt) Arttanr F.— 



hope Chat they i 



1 reconciled, Ag 9, 



COSDEN * Co— Com dlvd. Jl 3. 1S:4; Com 
divd, S 20, 17:2: stock Increases recom- 
mended, S 21. II, 10:7; com dlvd. S 24, 20:0 

COHMOFOLITAM Bank— L.. C. Robinson be- 
comes President of Bronx Bank, Jl 12. 14:1: 
statemont. S 16. 2i:7 

COBB. (Piuf) John J.— will Blve spedal 
course In business problems at Toronto 
Unlv, Ag 31. 9:3 

COaaACKS. ■«■ Russia; Siberia 

— - ■ led by Gtov " ■• 

25:2: Mai 
COST or UdnK;— 

Army and Navy OKIcers— Hit by hl^h 
prjcea. 126S resign commissions since 
armistice; Gen March onlers Inquiry; 
Morale Division reports officers unable 
to live decently on present salaries. Ae 
17. 1:2; eda. Ag 10. 12:5; Ag 20, 14:2; Irs 
on low pay. Ag 24. III. 2:1; article on 
low pay cites typical cases. Ag 24, IV. 
7:1; Ir on naval ottlcers, Ag 27, 10:8 

Athletics— Comment, S 15. 13:5 
flH Blao U. S,-Army-Pau; U. S.-Navy 
Pay 



Beam. W. B., Ir on stay-at-home prof- 
iteers. Ag 24. in, 2:7 

Belgium— Labor parly suggests measures to 
cut living coBls, Ag 15. 2:3 

Black. W. H., seea need of price fixing. 
Jl 27. 8:1 

Slanil, (U. 8. Repr) O E.-Says It Is more 
Important to lower costs for American 
public than to protect market prices. 
AK 22. 3:fl 

Brownsville Socialists — Propose co-opera- 
tive bank scheme to combat rent prof- 
iteering and high living costs. 3 24. 20:4 

Butler. (Dr) N. M.-Vlews on Pres Wil- 
son's speech on living costs. Ag 13, 10:8 

Cabinet Action— Special com appointed to 
report on further steps to be taken, Ag 

2. 1:8; Com of 3, composed of Director 
Hlnes. Asst Sec Liefflngwelt and Trade 
Comr Colver, expected to make definite 
and constructive recommendations next 
week; Oovt wheat plan will be deter- 
mined after conference with Barnes, Ag 

3. 1:5; Com of 3 expected to recommend 
drastic action against syndics tors and 

Icy. Ag 4, 1:2: Com of 3 drafts report 
Including recommendations for __ methods 



Ing recommendations 1 

„. „,jAlng profiteers, Ag ,, .-- 

gram submitted by committee of 3 at 
Cabinet conference approved, with excep- 
tion of plan to sell wheal at (l.BO; slale- 
ments by Palmer and Barnes, Ag fl. 1 :8 

Cold Storage Warehouses, see Cold Storage 

Congressional Action. •«« House and Sen- 
ate, balow 

Council of Natl Defense— Analysis by Re- 
oonstructlon Research Dlv submitted to 
Pres Wilson by Sec Baker: remedies sug- 
gested. Ag 31 15:1 „ ,„ . , 

Cummlngs. H. 8.. report^ Jl 30; 3:5: report 



Currency Inflation, nee Currency— Inflation 

Dally, H. A. N.. suggests strict e 

and Increased produc"— 

Deciln'e^Alty Qen Palmer Is pleased with 
Oovt campaign, aays hlgti prices -" 
coming down, Ag 28, 3:4; A. vnui. — 



9 remedy, Ag 



milana Is 



COST of LiTlBg:— Decline (continued)— 

pleased with Pair Price Campaign: says 
prices are due to fall soon. Ag 30, 1:1; 
Palmer asserts co-operation of Federal 
and State efforts will cause drop. In- 
structs Fair Price Com they must not 
Increase prices. S 5, 15:2: reaction tnitn 
high price level has set In. says FedertU 
Reserve Bd review. S e, 17:7; ed on Pal- 
mer's Instructions, S 8, 12 :S; C. R. Ulch- 
ael says Atty Oen Palmer predicts Oovt 
legal pressure will save 15%. S 21, III, 
8:1 

Dry Ooods Stores— Natl Dry Goods Assoc 
sends telegram to Pres Wilson with of- 
fer to co-operate. Ag 2, 2;4 

Editorials— Wages and production, Ag 3, 
III, 1:1; Neurotic Republicans, on re- 
fusal to recognise Repr Igoe's resolution 
for shoe prices Inquiry. Ag 6, 8:3; The 
middle class protests, Ag 6, 8:4; profit 
and prosperity. Ag 10. III. 1 :3 ; Worit and 
save. Ag 12, 8:1; Profiteers' accomplices. 
Ag 17. Ill, 1:2; work and save. Ag 12, 

Ag 12. 8:3; Monmartre consumers, Ag IS', 
10:3; Profiteers' accomplices, Ag IT. HI, 

,.n. T5.,.„ -.. ._ 22, ]o:2^: p"— — 

n onces. ae Kt. lu:*: -' - "- 

Inst 



1 pric 
■uetloi 
e price 



profiteers, Ag 22, 10:2: Putting 

s. Ag 29. 10:1; ed on Palmer's 

Fair Price Cora not to 

~ 12:5: The sole remedy. 

■ - ' brigade, E 13, 



10:5: Production the only remedy. S 21, 

10:5 

Bee also Foodstuffs— Prices— BdltorlalS 
EHIIott. Howard— denies freight rates add 

to costs. In Ir to Chairman Elsch of House 

Com. B 6, 10:7 
Bngland— G. H. Roberts testifies In House 

of Commons, recommends wider control 



19:7 

8e« also Profiteering— England 
European Countries— Dr A. B. Taylor nits 

Increased production is remedy, Ag 12, 

16:2 
Fair Price Com on Clothing and Shoe*— 

Formed In N T C to decide on eqult&lile 

margin of profit to dealers. Ag 26, 7 



prices, S 5. 15:2: ed, S 8. 12:5 
See also Foodstuffs— Prices-N T C 
Farmers' Problem— Natl Federation of 
Slate Farm Burs delegates esU on Pres 
Wilson to argue for producers; say that 
profiteering, labor conditions and extra- 
vagance cause high prices. Ag 15, 1:7 
Federal Reserve Bd Statements— Sees no 
relief from high prices; says merchants 
expect continuation at present level, Ag 
2, 2:4: Ir from W. H. Q. Harding to Sen 
McLean says currency legislation to re- 
duce Inflation unnecessary and undesira- 
ble, suggests working and saving as rem- 
edy for economic and financial situation. 
Ag 11. 1:7: ed, Ag 12, 8:1: W. M. Lewis 
says people are aiding profiteers by orgy 
of extravagant buying, Ag IS, 1:6; sav- 
ings societies to aid price war; W. M. 
Lewis urges public to check Intoxication 
of spending, Ag IT. 22:1; ed. Profiteers' 
accomplices, Ag 17. Ill, 1:2: says decline 
In prices has set In. S fl. 17:7: statement 
on foreign financing problem. S fl. 21 :2 
Federation of Business of N T— Organlied 
bv business and professional workers to 
fight high prices. S 18. 2.'S:3 
Food Control Act Amendment— Atty Gen 
F^lmer wants act amended to cover 
clothing. Ag 14. 1:8: amendment w"' '- 



„„ Reed, Ag 16, 2:4; Atty Gen Pal- 
mer sees relief for food situation In Phlla; 
says bill will apply to retailers. Ag 16. 
3:4; Repr Mondell says House Agricul- 
ture Com will probubly report out amend- 
ment bill, Ag 17. 1:4: Repr Haugen sub- 
mits draft to House Agriculture Com. 
text, Ag IB. 1:3; Agriculture Com ap- 
proves proposed amendments dratted by 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jidjf-Sept^ 191t. 



COST •( UtIbs:— Food CoDtroI Act Amead- 
ment t continued)— 
Repr Haugen, but bill will be withheld 
from House until p&aBcd on by Attx Gen 
Palmer, Ag 20, 17:7: ARTlculture Com 
modifies food control act Bmendments by 
Atty G«n Palmer's advice: will punish 
■mall profiteers and include clothlnB, 
Ak 21, 1;0; text of bill reported by Houae 
ABTlculture Com, Ag 22. 1:1; ed. Retail 
profiteers. Ag 22. 10:2; proposed amend- 
ments to food control act parsed In House 
without roll call; RepuWlcons denounce 
administration, alleging failure to en- 
force ezulBtlng laws. Ac 23, 1:5; Atty Gen 
Palmer appears before Sen Sub-Com to 
urge adoption of amendments, Ag S3, 2:5; 
Sen sub-cora tentatively agrees on un- 
just price amendment, Ag M,_ *:*;_ Sen- 



ate's 



[ Hoi 



1 bifl I 



Ing, Ag L_. .... 

refuse Sen compromise, Ag 27. 15:2; Sen 
Com reports Houee bill with 2 amend- 
ments. Ag 28, 3:4: Sen Harrison urges 
haste In legislative action, says pronteera 
are running mad. Ag 31, 15:*: Sen Nor- 
ris critlclBCB expenditures of Pres Wilson 
in Europe, S 11, 8 :2 : Palmer says 
profiteering penalty covers 2 years, dat- 
ing back to enactment of hoarding law, 
S 11. 17:5; Sen passes bill with Fair 
Price Com amendment struck out, S 13, 
1:S; measure delayed In House, S 21, 19:1 
France— A. Thomas propoBes Stale food 
monopoly to reduce ft, Jl », 17:6; Cabinet 
loses In Chamber of Deputies by 14 votes 

Europe seen In American crisis, says C. 
A. Selden, Ag 6, 3:3; W. Duranty de- 
scribes symposium Instituted by Paris 
Matin, SB. 7:4 
Bee also Foodstuffs— France 

Olbbons, (Cardinal) J.— Approves efforts of 
Pres Wilson and Atty Gen Palmer to 
curb profiteers, Ag 21, 3:8 

Governors' Campaign— Machinery of fl 
States pledged to aid Pres Wilson to re- 

with Atty Oen Palmer, and counsels In- 
creased production. Ag 30, 3:6 

Harris. B, F.— Addressee Chautauqua at 
ShelbyvUle. 111., attacks Plumb plan, says 
higher efficiency. harder work and 
greater production are vital needs now, 
Ag 13, 21 :3 

Hoarding— Trade Comm accuses fuel, steel, 
lumber, textile, leather and food Indus- 
tries of hoarding. Ag 27. 15:2 

Hotel Rmplo yes— Bowman hotels start co- 
operative store tor employes to reduce 
living costs, Ag 22, 4:8; co-operative store 
helps In reducing prices. S 21, III. S:4 

House of Reprs Action— Rcpr Igoc drafts 
rcxolutlon for Inquiry Into prices of shoes, 
clothing. BUgnr and coffee and also rents 
by Federal Trade Comm, Jl 31, 2:5; Repr 
Igoe will call up resolution for Investiga- 
tion of prices of essentials; ReavIa will 
ask Trade Comm for figures on costs and 
prices, Ag 1, 1:1; Repr Huddleston Intro- 
duces bill to limit prices for neccessltles 
to amounts charged Nov 11. IDlR. and to 
direct Pres Wilson to appoint War Trade 
Com of S to fix maximum sale, use and 
service prices for all necessities. Ag 2. 
2:3: strained political situations develop. 
Speaker Glllett refuses to recognize Repr 
Igoe, who urges shoe inquiry' : Repr Mon- 
deli forces 3-dny rpceaa; Repr Clark 
passed over; Repr Siimners introduces 
reaolutlon to establish n Farm Produce 
Exchange to eliminate waste; Repr Flooil 
introduces resolution for Investigation by 
Trade Comm of Increased cost of farm 
macliinery and tertllliers, Ag 3, 1 :5 ; Repr 
iBoe will press shoe price Investigation. 
Ag 5. 2;1; Speaker Gtllelt agnin refuses 
to recognize Repr Igoe's resolution for 
Inquiry of Bhoe prices; Ir from Repr 
Tlnkharo to Pres Wilson asha for Inquiry 
by experts: Repr RIddIck puts biHine on 
'WUaoD, Ag t, 1:9, 6: comment of Repra 



COST af UrlBgi— Houm of Repra Actio 
(continued) ;— 
on Pres Wilson's speech. Ae B, 1:4; Bar 
Fess urges currency detlatioa to cot ttv- 
Ing costs, also suggests repeal of wartlne 
laws and control of oxpOTts. A^- 9. SJ; 
Repr Uondell says House will be swift id 
act on legislation needed to carry out Fna 
Wilson's Buggsstions, As 10, 1:1; R()> 
Clark urges House to work for 1 tw, 
wires Democratic members to return la 
settle living and soldier problems; Reiiob- 
llcans scout need of continued woik. see 
necessity for vacation, Ag 10, 7:4; Rqt 
Pess proposes economy program: B<vr 
Gard Introduces meaaure In Houae to <dMck 
profiteering In all necessltlea; Repr Goadr- 
hoonts asks House Judiciary Com tn >'•«' 
out anti-prof I teerlng measures Imm 

ly, Ag 13. 1 :e ; Repr Mondell says H_ 

cans liave no cost of living prograrn otber 
than Pres Wilson's; Repr Good agreec witk 
Mcndell that estimates for appropfiatiobj 
should l»c carefully scrutinized. Ag 14, 
1:8; Mondell gives opinion on attitude to- 
ward proposi-d lefdslallon. Ag 18. 14:4: 
Igoe's resolution for Inveatlsatlon of Om* 

S rices adopted, Ag 20, 16:3; PsJmer eoo- 
srs with Repr Mondell on re<]uircd »p- 
propriatlone: Mondell and Clark notlfT 
absent members to return : Repr Good In- 
troduces 2 resolutions calling for Infor- 
mation on expenditures of approprlaUoos 
to relieve Europe and to pay 
wheat price. Ag 1.5, 1:8; farmt 
that price fixing be abolished ; 

datlons of Natl Bd of Farm _.„ 

tiona presented by A. M. U>omls at Joint 
meeting of Sen and House Agricuftnrt 
Corns. Ag IT. 3:n; many members favor 
ending Igoe resolution on slxies to 

— j..,--^ j^g j9^ J. 3. j4„j.o, 

testifies before Com. 
„- -, ers control fish mar- 
ket, offers suggestions for legislation la 
remedy conditions. Ag 19, 4 :? : request! 
for appropriations to check profiteering 
win be considered. Ag 2.5. 1 :S: V. Mur- 
dock appeura before Judlclarj- Com to 
urge amendments of Clayton Anti-Trast 
law to regulate trads assoca, S 0. 8:1; 
Judiciary Com hears testimony of Trad* 
Comm members urging ametldments 0* 
Clayton Anti-Trust law. Federal Trade 
Comm Act and drastic blue sky law. to 
regulate trusts, S 10, 22:1; fund for food 
inquiry denied. Palmer granted amount 
BSkcil for prosecutions, S 12, 24:5: votes 
funds for food Inquiry, rejects amend- 
Linate labor and farm organ- 
fi exemptions. = "■ •"■' 






9 m<>at pack 



I. S 21, 18:1 



Justice Dept Action- Atty Oen Palmer a>- 
nounces several Inquiries are under way, 
Jl 31, 2:.t; Cabinet begins campaign, pre- 
liminary survey made at conference 'with 
Atty Gen Palmer. Ag I. 1:1; Palmer wDI 
Inslllule rigid enforcement of laws re- 
Intlng to profiteering; statement after 
Cabinet conference. Ag 6, 1:8; Palmer*! 
statement on program of proceedlngi 
agiilnsi prollteers, Ag T. 1:1; Palmer 01^ 
dors prosecution of 19 large cement mfg 

legislation (o fight profiteers, wants food 
control act extended to cover clothing, 
and appropriation to finance Secret Serv- 
ice actlvllles. Ag 14, 1:5. 8; Palmer confen 
with Repr Mondell on required appropria- 
tions. Ag 15. 1:8: Palmer issues further 
instructions to Dtst Attys; teatlnes bafors 



JKly^epU 1819. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



Sen Com and urges speedy enactment of 
leglslaOon recomin ended In Prcs Wilson's 
■nensage, Ag W. 2:2; ed, Paint and ce- 
ment, Ag IS. 10:1: Palmer fiajs L*ver 
bill applied to retailers will relieve Phila- 
delphia. Ag 18, ■d-A: ed. Profiteers, Ag 18, 
10:2; Atty Gen Palmer arrives In N Y 
to confer with Fair Price Com, outlines 
plana to end profiteering, aays matter 
roata with coimnuiiltles. Ag 19. i:2; Atty 
Qen Palmer tells House Com that food 
control act will be waste paper If retail 
Kouger cannot be reached, says he opposes 
price fixing, and announces complete list 
Of food seizures, Ag 21. liR; Palmer Is 
pleased with Govt campaign, says high 
prices are coming down, disapproves 
'■Buy NoW slogan, Ag 28, Z:i; ed. He- 
tatl profiteers, Ag 22, 10:2; Palmer con- 
fers with Governors' Com, Ag 30, 3:8: 
Palmer asserts co-operation of Federal 
and State efforts will bring decline In 
pricee. Instructs Fair Price Com they 
tuuat not Increase prices. S 5. 1S:2: B S, 
12:5: House grants appropriation asked 
by Palmer to fight profiteering. S 12, 

food'prlces, S 10, 17:7: C. K. Michael says 
Palmer predicts suvlng of la per cent. 
through Govt legal pressure. S 21, III, 8:1 
gee also Cold Storage Warehouses: Food- 
stuffs— Prices— Justice Dept Action ; 
Meat Trade— Prosecution of Packers 

Klrschhaum, David, suggests more work as 
remedy, ir. S 4, 12 :8 

Ldibor Action— Trade unions of England, 

France, and Italy propose S4-hr shutdown 

SB protest against high prices. JI S, 7:3 

8e« also New York State Federation ' 

Labor 

Marahall, (Vice Pres) T. 
strikes, thinks high cost o. 




_.i proflteera. Ag 3, 2i6: Atty Gen files 
complaint starting broad Inquiry by Grand 
Jury, Ag 10, 3 :2 

Middle-Class Protests— letters, Ag 5. 8:6: 
ed, Ag 6. 8:4: Ir from B. Franklin on the 
national back yard, Ag 31, III, 2:1: ed, A 
middle class union? S, 20, 10:4 

NaU Assoc of Attorneys General— Agree on 
■ ■ -■ - check profiteering, at 



Bosti 
Natl ' 



, 1:4 



_.ague, through jesale 

writes to Repr TInkham that 

_ 'es would prefer remedial laws to 

further Investigations. Jl 20, II, 1 :2 
Nebraska— Resolution Introduced In Ijegls- 
latur« to petition Congress to put stop to 

Sroflleering: another resolution asks Gov 
IcKelvIe to Investigate profiteering. Ag 
1. 2:7; Gov McKelvle orders Investigation, 
aeekf prosecutions. Ag 8, 3.1 
New Hampshire— Inquiry started by Atty 
Gen Young under order from Gov Bart- 
lett, Ag 8, 3:1 
Hew Jersey— Mayors and public officials of 
2S towns confer to dlsi^uss methods to 
reduce living costs, Ag 9, 3:2: mayors of 
00 cities will appear before House Agri- 
cultural Com to demand that something 
be done by Congress to reduce living cost. 
Ag IB, 2:8: Gov Runyon suggests dis- 
tributing freight by trolley lines. Ag 22. 
19:2 

See also Foodstuffs— Prices— N J 
fiew York City— Report of Health Dept on 
medical aspects; chart showing data on 
boarders, charity, less food, more wage- 
earners, etc, Jl 27, IV. 1 il : tlgurps com- 
Clled by Statistics Bur show 70 per cent 
icrease since 1B14, Ag 17, 3:8: G. W, 
Perkins discusses faclors In abnormal 
prices, suggests Federal laws as effectlvt 



COST of Uvtag:— New York City (contln- 

E>ept Investigation atarts, also publica- 
tion of fair price lists. Ag IB, 14:4 
Bee also Food stuff B-Prices-N Y C 

New York State— Gov Smith calls attention 
of State and Federal officials to unite In 
drive on high prices, S 18. 2fi:2; Atty Oen 
Palmer addresses conference, denounce* 
packers, S 18, 17:1; ed on Palmer's sue- 
gestlons. S IB, 12:4 
Stw also Foodstuffs— Prices— N Y S 

NTS Federation of LiSbor. s«e New Toilc 
State Federation of Labor 

N Y S Orange blames labor, 8 10, 1B:S 

Odd Cent Profit— Lr from F. E, Rogers 
urges half -cent piece, Ag 24, III, 1:7; re- 
ply from R, I. Evans. S 7, III, 2:3 

Ohio— Gov Coi orders Investigation; blames 
hlKh prices of cold storage plants, Jl 27, 
B:8: Jl 27, II, 1:7; Gov Cox's demand for 
Investigation creates nation-wide demand 
for acUon, Jl 28, 2:8: will co-operate with 
Michigan in Investigation, war on profi- 
teers planned. Ag 3. 2:6 
See »lso Cold Storage Warehouses— Ohio; 
Foodstuff &— Prices— Ohl o 

Packers— Telegraph to President Wilson and 
members of Congress of willingness to co- 
operate with Cabinet In reducing costs, 
Ag 2. 2:3 



by Pres Wilson In St Paul. S 10. 3:8 
Perklnsvllle, VI,— Lr, Ag 22, 10:7 
Price Marking— Legislation suggested by 

"— i^Wllson in message to Congress, Ag 



Production-3laover's advice to Increase 
output cited by J. T. Brownlle In lr to 
C. A. Eowerman. Ag 31, 2:5: ed. Produc- 
tion the only remedy. S 21, 10:5; extract 
from nrownlie lr to Bowerman, S 22, 
10:4 

See also heBdlng Production, and other 
subheads under Cost of Living, as 
Fdltorials, Ac, 

Railroad Brotherhoods' Action, ue Rail- 
roads—Brotherhoods 

Rels, Robert & Co— Survey of conditions Is- 
sued to salesmen urges need of greater 
production, Ag 22. 19:3 

Salaried Men— E. T. Bedford says office 
class Is being overlooked In days of stress, 
tells of profit-sharing plans of Com 
Products Refining Co, Ag 17, IV, 1:3 

Schwab. C. M, — Suggests honest day's work 
for honest day's pay. as remedy. 8 £S, 
2:4 

Secret Service Investigation— Pres Wilson 
Indorses Sec Qiass's Ir to Repr GlUett 
asking for funds and legislation to use 
Secret Service men in running down prof- 
iteers; text of OiasB's lr, Ag 13. 1:8: 
Atty Oen Palmer asks Congress for funds, 
Ag 14. 1:8 

Senate Action — Currency Inflation partly 
blamed by Sen Myers, in debate on high 
prices: 100% profit on retail meat prices 
In Washington. D, C. quoted to Sen sut>- 
com. Ag 1. 2:7; Sen Myers's resolution tor 
legislation to reduce currency Inflation 
called up, followed by general debate: 
Sen KIrby reads resolution to l>e pre- 
sented later for prlce-flxIng schedule; 
Sen King says farmers have been prof- 
iteering: Sen Thomas says profiteering Is 
cause of high prices; Sen McKellar pre- 
sents resolution creating bi-partisan com- 
mission to Investigate causes of condi- 
tions, outlines plan. Ag 2, 2:12; Republi- 
cans plan attack on administration, will 
charge that Hoover's policy of regula- 
tions and guarantees of prices is responsi- 
ble for high prices, Ag 3, 1:8: profiteers 



„ssalled i _ 

Food Admlnlstration,_ 



. . ) wheat short- 

„„. , _, ; Sen Reed assails 

U. 3. foreign policy: Sen Kellogg denies 



of all commodities. Ag 20. 16:2: Justice Govt manipulation of wheat; Sea Capper 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jvltf-SepL. l»lt. 



COST of Uvlnc— Senate Action (continued)— 
Bays there ia no uniform price ; Sen 
Smith points out extravoBEUice of people: 
Sen McConnlck cites Govt expenditures: 
Sen McC umber apeak B on hlRh cost of 
flour: Sen Reed urges Jailing profiteers: 
Sen Smoot tells of record exports: Sen 
PItlman calls prlce-fiilng policy inflated : 



; testifies before 

Senate Com, denies profiteering- by Ar- 
mour t Co, Bays firm welcomes InveatlKa- 
Uon of records, Ag- 6, 2:*: Sen Gronns, 
urses action on Peace Treaty before pre- 
senUnK food leilBlatlon: Sens Kenyon, 
Ransdell, Capper, Johnson, and Harris 
call for Immediate action, Ag- 6, 3:1; 
ed on attack of Oronna on Hoover, As 
e, 8:S: T. -E. Wilson teatlfleB before com, 
denicB meat trust, Ak T, 3:8; Sen McCor- 
mlck offers resolution calling: *"~ ~" 



nchment In Govt expenBea: Sen Kver* 

I resolution for ban on export ol 

necessities, Ae 8, 8:1: L. H. D. Weld tea- 



Trade Comm— Sendf 



essage to Congress, 



COST A Rie*— Rece 



tifles before com investlgatlnft conditions 
In Washlneton, says Swift profit is small : 
T. E. Wilson offerB co-operation, Ag 8. 
9:4: Sen Cummlna will appoint sub- 
rnm to outline preliminary work on 
s suggeBted by Ptcb Wilson: com- 

t by Bens, Ag 10, 1:1: Sen Cummins 

appoints sub-com to frame program 
Of leglBlatlon, Ag 12, 1:2: Sen Kellogg 
Dutllnea featurea of bill to license corpo- 
rations dealing In neceasltlei., Ag 12, 1 :2: 
recommendations of Natl Bd of Farm Or- 
SanluLtions presented by A. M. Lioomls at 
Joint meeting of Sen and House Agricul- 
ture Corns : farmers wajit priee-f Ixing 
abolished. Ag 17, 3:5: Sen Walsh urges 
Sen to unite to cut prices, saya problem 
is above politics and that partlea should 
draft Joint program. Ag IB. 4:6: aub-com 
appointed to confer with Atty Gen Palmer 
on what conatltutes profiteering and 
hoarding, Ag 20, 18:3 

See alio Food Control Act Amendment, 
AboTc: Cold Storage WarehouBes— 
LeglBlatlon ; U. S.-Congress-Bllls- 
Meat Licensing 

StadsticB— Labor Dept compiles tables of 
Increases In various representative cities, 
Ag IT. 3:8: figurea of 91 cities compared 
in Labor StaOatlcs Bur report. S 31, 1S:1 

Taylor. (Prof) A. B,— Blames packers and 
distributers (or high prices, sees •■arr.i.A-a 

_lnJower standard of living. Ag I' 



14, 2:H; J. Acosta named Provl 
Pres : Pres Tinoco escaped trom Iauoii, 
Ag IS. 3:4: F. Tlnooo arrives In Jamaica: 
blames Nicaragua tor his fsO : revOlatloB- 
ista demand regime aztsdng before Goo- 
Kales overthrow, Ag IT, 7:7; details of 
BsaasBlnatlon of J, Tinoco ; P. TInoeo 
blames Nicaragua for murder at hb 
brother : members of Pres Quiros' a Cafat- 
net. Ag 18. 11:1; Pres Wilson sars In 
report to Sen, in response to 1.& PoQette 
resolution, that he Is not aware of armed 
Interference by Nicaragua: tranamlta Sec 
Lansing's reports of efforts to maintain 
peace and says Tlnooo govt was ncvw 
recognized by U. S.. Ag 22, 3:8: Ir from 
C. S. Caldwell on revolt, S M. in. S:t 

COBTEUXt, Mlohsel, see Shore. R. 

COBTERO, Jails, see Santo DomiDgo 

IAjO, <>I T Ben) SsIvMan A.— leglMat- 

record praised by Cltlxens UnlAn. Ae 
IS, 28 -2 : pleads for cession of Flume tn 
Italy at hearing of U. S. Sen Foreign Re- 
lations Com. S 6, 3 :4 

COTTON, Edward B.— property attained tor 



COTTON, (MaJ) Robert C— compares dtfi 

war caaualtlcfl a' — "--— -' * 

war. Ag 2- " ' 



. ___, -J those of recent 

,1:3: ed. Ag 26. 12:3: reports 
f 29Ih Dlv. S 14. rV. 11 :1 



Ieather_ and_ food IndustrleB of 
I Senate Action. 



WItBon, <Pres) W., ass Wilson. (Pres) W.- 

Cost of Living 

Bee Bias Coal— Prices : Clothing— Prtces ; 
Foodstuffs (subhead Prices and by coun- 
tries): Prices; Profiteering 

«.._. «.„ o . -evolution hangs «re. 



iption compared with lut year, S 11. 
11, 9:2 

Crop— Aug report, S 3. 28:1 
Ciechoslovakla — First Aroer shlpmeol 

reaches Prasue. Jl 19. 3 :2 
England— Amer competition alarms tradeta, 
Jl 20. TI. 5:4: ban on re-exportation of 
Amer cotton to Germany lifted. S 10, 1:2; 
removal of re-exportation ban Indicata 
■ ttoTTipi to restore normal trade. S IT. 
trade delegates come to U. S. for 

rence wHh Amor growers and t&fn; 

ew England mills wUl be visited flraC 
S 24. 20:3 
Export Trade— Prospects and fabrlca, Jl 90. 
11, T:2 

rrad' 

.,-med. Ag 1'-. -, ... 
Germany- Large orders are coming In for 
Amer cotton. Jl 20. II, T:3; Anier aUp- 
ment welcome, Jl 25. 3:3: business much 
improved bv arrival of shipment from C 
S, Ag IB, 17:8: banker proposes to spor 
Industry by founding credit organisation 






ol. S 1 



21 8 



Glnninga. L ,. 

Holland— Dutch paper accuses U. S. of try- 
ing to foist inferC' r quality on Rotterdani 
merchants. S 18. 24:2 

India — (3ovt measures taken to Improve 
growth. Ag 24, II, 7:8 

Japan— Report shows Increase la profits 
since splnnlns industry started 3S years 



._ , _. , Jl J, 

Salvador urges aid : Govt troops reported 
to have bumed building." at Pens ifiancH. 
Jl 8, S2:S; Sen La Follette offers reso- 
lution calling on Pres Wilson to Inform 
U. B. Sen whether Nicaragua was per- 
mitted to Invade country and why nation 
had not been permitted to participate In 
Peace Conference and sign treaty; vole 
by Foreign Relations Com. Jl IS. 1:5: 
mediation offer by Mexico refused by 
Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Jl IT, 3:7: 
a. C, Hnzelton defends Tinoco Govt In 
Ir to Ben Lodge and charges R, F. Chase, 
Amer Consul at San Jose, with pernicious 
activities against Costa Rlcan Govt, Ag 
9,1G :4 : A. T. Harrison deported : case 
being Investigated by U. B. State Dept. 



.J, II. 3:1; ■ , 

o( Amer Cotton Assoc S 9. 24:3: pro- 
ducers will buy up all cheap cotton. S 10. 
20.2 
Production— Small crop estimated by Dept 
of Agriculture. Ag 2. 11:1: British experi 
nri>dlct3 big Increase In demand. 8 35. 

Spain— Reduces Import duty on Amer cot- 



COTTON MniB-^PaeUlc Cotton Unts Co ac- 
quires site In Los Angeles, Jl 0. XX, 13:1; 
executives of EngllBh mlllB comlnr to b- 
vestlgate condltlona In U. 8., 8 7, II, 1:8: 



JidvSepU 1818. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



COTTON Mini (conttnued)— 

2,000 workers will b« enmloytd Id new Chl- 

MM mm. As SI, II, iW 

S»c ■!■• Laboi^Bngland— Strike Hovemeat; 
Textile Workers' Strikee 
CODK,8TON. MelvlB H.— namad at Aut Comr 

ot PmtenU by Pre* WUwn, Ji U}, 6:1 

COITHOII, ot Mat! Defeuei— 

B«coiutructloii Heaeorch DIv.— Data coTei^ 
Ins M torelsn countries contained In vol- 
ume hist issued, Jl 30, tA; analysis ot 
blBh llvtas costs Bubinltted to Praa Wll- 

' son by Sec Baker, Ac 81, 16:1 

Record*— Praa Wilson transfers records of 
Com on Public loformatloo and War In- 
duatrlea Bd to Council- statement by Q. 
B. ClorkMn, Dlr, As SS, «:1 

War Contract*— Hepr Orabun, In connec- 
tlon with war expenditures Investlsatlon, 
sssallB activities of AdvKory Comm; de- 
nial h^ Director Claricsan, Jl 8. 17 :1; ed, 
how Uie war was won, Jl 8. 12:S 

War Industries Bd— W. J. Robinson says 
ha Is not connected with It 8 ifl, 1S:B 

War RM[ Insurance Bur~<}. B. Clark- 
son asks appointment of Hannah J. Pat- 
terson aM member ot advisory bd, Jl U, 
14:1 
CODNCn. en Ferelsn KeUtiaiia-DlscusBlon 

of L«eEue of NaOone, Jl 23, l:fl 
CO VNTKRFKITIN Q :— 

Quirk, W.. J. Morssn, W. TIemey. W. 
Olddes, U. Lavan, W. Bidder and J. 
CRelUy arrested In N T C and Hacken- 
sack; accused of ralstnc bllla. Ax 16, 
1S:3 

Treasury Dept werna agiODSt spurious fB 
notes, Jl IS, 82:3 

See alma Bolstievlkl—Swltzerland 
OOCNTT Oenrt Boose, see N T C— County 

Court House 



COCRKIBB dee Ktats-Unta, le* Newspapers 



ri^ 



COQItTS. I 

COCRTS— I -. ._ 

10, m, 12:3: As 17, HI, 10:1; As 31, m, 

10:3; a 28, in. 8:9 

See else Crimes and Criminals 

CO CRTS, InteniBtl. acr World Court 

COttBTS -Martial, see U. a.— Army— Courts- 
Martial,' D. S.—Amu'— Prison Conditiona; 
U. 8.— Navy— Courts Martial 

0ODZBN8. (Ifarer) Jamee H.— testifies be- 
fore Natl Electric Rys Comm. As U, 21:2; 
Ford Motor Co stock bousht In by H. * B. 
Ford. S 34. SS:« 

OOTENANTKB Letters, see Leasue of Na- 

COWAN, (Col) ABdrew— death and career, 
As2-- " ■ 



COXST, . _ _. 

orlsltial profiteer at N J State P ol I< 
convention, S 30. 3:3 

COXI,E, Albert F.-capturso by BoIshevUd. 
As S. 3;S 

CKAQO, (U. 9. Repr) TboDuta Spenon^-as- 
nalls Anti-Saloon LeaKUe durlns debate on 
Prohibition EnlorcGment bill. Jl 22, 4:4 

CBAIG, (CoDtnller) Cbarles Ih— recommends 
Increase of S290 for policemen and firemen. 
S 24, 19:4 

CRAIO, Kenneth H.-death, 3 30, 20:6 

CRAIOIE. (Capt) Jobn-death, S 13. 11:0 

CHAMKB, John T.— death. As IS. 11:0 

CBAHER, WllUam Elawerth— death. As S4, 
22:5 

CRAMOB, John I., see SwIndllDK-StOCk 
Frauds. J I 15 

CBAMP, Wm « Besa Ship and Bnslae UMs 
Co.. ■» American Ship and Commerce Corp 

CHAHPTON, (Dt) C. Ward- Bd of BdUCatlon 
InveatiEatlne his leave ot absence durli ~ 
which he obtalne" "' 
As 14. 9 :2 

CRAHPTON. Edwin Hnll-deatb, Ag IS, 7:« 

CRANCE, Basel- D. W. Fether arrested, 
charged with murder. Ak 15, 3:4: srapplers 
tall to find her body. Ai 16, 10:3; D. W. 
Fether accused ot murder. As 17, 4 :4; coun- 
sel tor Fether obCaioa writ of habeas cor- 
pus. Ag 18, 14:3; Fether ordered released 
on sround ot Insufficient evidence. As HO, 
17:7; Fether rearrested on charge of llles^- 
ly buylns liquor on day ot her death. As 
27, ?■* 

CRAI 

Nea „ 

Minor, As 28, 2:8; says Turks wish U. a 
to assume mandate of empire. As 31, 3:6 

CRANE, ClareDce A.— says 14th St may be 
closed to traffic durins subway construc- 
Uon. S 20. 24:2 

CRANE, (Ur) Frank— theatrical mgrs reject 
offer to mediate actors' strike. As 15, 1:2 

CRAn£, larael-death, S 39. 13:2 

CRANE Co— 2 Crane sisters, Mrs. F. R. Ut- 
ile and Mrs. A. F. Qarts, uphold workers 
who struck without glvlns notice In Chlcaso 
plant. As IS. 4:3 

CUANHEB, (Mn) Ada Hortense— death, S 
12, 13:8 

CRAP Flayl Of— Comment by Maslstrate Mc- 
Adoo tollowrns arrest of 50 boys, S 8, 2:6: 
u._. — .._.j In Bklyn, " — '■*■ 



._ y ot all in U. S. armed serv- 
ice. AgSO, 3:7 
COWI.. atanton D.— tricked by J. O. Qarrett 
Into selUns bonds stolen from J. B. Oliver 
estate: sues Barrett for loss: latUr falls to 
appear. Jl 22. 1T:S 
COWLE8, (Dr) Edward W.— death. Jl 2fl. 9:7 

-LE8, (Ml— — -—• ■ '-■ ■ 

I Wilson 

1:1 

COWLB8, JnUa Barrow— death. S 8. 13:4 
COWI.Ea, W. H.— 'Interviewed by C H. Oras- 
ty on ratlflcatJOD of peace treaty, S 13, 2:7 
COX, B. V. D.— elected sec of N T Stock Ex- 

chanse. S 12. 30:3 
COX, Harold— sees danser In national! mUon 

of B Bs. As 31, 23:1 
COX, Harriet I,eroy~-e8Ute, Jl 1. 15:2 
COX. <QoY) Jamea M.— orders InvestJsatlon 
at food prices In Ohio, blames cold-storage 
companies. Jl 27, 5:8: Jl 27, 11, 1:7: lnventl- 
gation order creates nationwide demand for 
_. --■■--1. JI 28, 2:r 

Texas wl tti l^yr-old son,' 8 % 



y m E 

,— AVATl., „._ . 

Honor Cross, As T. 9:2: files answer to suit 
by E. Cutwater, Inc., Jl 36. 30:4 

CBAVCHVK, Mlel>ac4, see Anarchists— U. S., 
As 10 

CBAWrOBD, (Dr) Jnlin W., see Drug Ad- 
dicts' Hospital, Ag sis 

CRAWFORD, L. W., J», «oe Columbia Unlv— 
Summer School 

CBAWFOBD, Undasr— speaks at meeUns of 
Irish Progressive L/eague. Jl 5, 7:1 

CRAWFORD. Remaen — special article on the 
revel of luxury, S 21, Vll, 1 ;1 

CBAWFOIID, <81r) RlchaTd— death and ca- 
reer. Ag 28. 11 :* 

CRAWFORD. (FoUoeman) Tbomaa-^eld In 
tl.OOO ball on charge of felonious assault. 



Winiai 



n.— Interviews See 



built NC planes, spedal article, Jl 6. VII, 
PP 4, 5 

CKAWFOBD Bridle Path— lOOth anniversary, 
Jl 6. 20:2 

CBEDlTa-July Ir of Natl City Bank urges 
check on expansion. Jl 3. 30:3; plans for 
extension to European countries discussed 
by bankers, Jl 2r>, 10:2; banks and business 
men discuss means for fixing status of cus- 
tomers abroad, suggest foreign credit clear- 
■ — ■- ■ ' by M. O. PrenUsi. Jl 



., II, 3:2; C. H. ! . _ 

tablishlnp European credits, as demands 
I handle alone; 



ilishing European < 

„. J too heavy for bai „., 

July Ir of Natl City Bank calls for larse 
~ ne to 



I Europe must I 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX, JulySepU lOlB. 



S 3, 1»:'2; article by C. JohnB.... 

for France and Hrltain. 5 7. IV, 12 ;1; Fed- 
eral Reserve Bd'a fltHtement on foreign 
rinanclng proWems, S 8, 21 ;Z: Inflation 
bliiiiied for docilne In C3erman exchange, S 
21 II 10:7; British Trndu Hd iilan lor pro- 
viding export credlla.S 21,11. "'' 



CBOOKBTT, WBlUr H.-4r OD mimbar at 
admlrala fumlabed to navy b7 Venncmt 
and on degreea conferred upon Uaro and 
Dewey, Jl 3, 13:8 _ 

CKOIX da Ouerre, see Buropeui W«(^Deo- 
oratlona and Honors 

CRUKKK, Itlcliard— Sou obtains JudCTMOlta 
aeereKatlng 1218,200 a«alnst him. Jl 19. 



■t Trade— Final 
Problems; European War— Keci 
Ion— Economic Rehnblllti 
Loan - - - 



It r:u- 



Credit Men; headlns Finances under 
names of countries; and reierencea under 

BEDIT KaUoaal— Formed to finance ra- 
palr o( war's dom^es In France ; bill ap- 
^ovlns ap-eement with Govt Introduced In 



OBEDIT UaloDi, tee People's Banks 

ORKE, Themai — deatb, AK S> H.i 

CBBED, V. B., IM Street Rys— Natl Elec- 
tric Rya Comm, Jl iS 

CBEEI>, Oaorse — preparea statement signed 
by leading actors ^vlns history of actors 
strike, S M, III. 8:1; Actors' Fidelity 
views. S 21, III, 0:1 
Bm atao Books — Reviews 

CBEKBAB, T. A, — resigns as Canadian Min- 
ister of Agriculture, Ag I, 11, E:B 

CBEBOBE, (Usat) Anetln-^urt when air- 
plane lands at Albany, Ag 27, 1:4 

OBEiaUTOK. John B.--lelter to P. J. 
Brady, refusing to join Mayor Hyian s 
Nonparllaan Vigilance Com to deht street 
carfares raise. S 24, 20:2 

CBBIOHTOM, John B.. see F 
the U. S. — Deportations. Jl n 

OBEMIH. JM^b D^eath, Jl 28, 11:4; Ir 
by li. Purdy, Ag 1, 10:7; Ir by M. Saxe, Ag 
11, 10:7 

CBESFI, (DC) SllTlo — operated on for ap- 
pendicitis, _ J1,,2S._.! : t 



y Aliens li 



I U. S., Jl 18. S:7 



r money loan- 



8:4; I 
CROBEK, RlcnarL, _.. _ 

on charge of assault preferred by P. Foy, 

Jl 31, 9:2; trial set for ner* '- '- ' 

3:4; wins suit against Foy t 

ed to him. Ag 2, 13:6 
CRUHWELL, UDrotby and OUdys— Porthn- 

mous award of French Medal of aratttade, 

Ag 31. 12:8 
CUUMWELI., Jahit-4narri«S Marls Qotf, Ag 

e. 9:1 
CRONIN. John F.— reslgnB from Tammany 

OrganiiaUon, Ag 14, 16:8 

Record B ' •— ^-' "—- - — 

U, 7:4 
CROPS :- 



d by Cltljwns' tTnlon. it 



, Jl 19. 



CRESSr. <Dr) WUUaoi H. — tells ol condi- 
tions In Serbia: praises oo'imrVB retuHal 
ot separate peace, Jl 3. 28;: 

— "" ■" •• .resign. 

"resigned, Ag'ia, 1:3'; views on acton 
strike, S 21, III. 8:1 
CREX Carpet Co — Annual report, S 19, 26: 
CRICKET, »• Sports 
CRICKLE, (Mr*) Mary 1. — Bu 

C BILLON Hotel— Amount of bill to Amer 

peace delegation. Jl 7. 15:4 
CRIME and CHiritnalii :— 

Germany — Crime record and statlstloB set 
forth by Rev A. Qrlscom. Ag 10, IV. 1:1 
New York Slate — Number of persons out on 
probation reported by N. T. S. Probation 
Comm, Jl if, 16:2 
Reformation, ko Whltson, George 
gee also Abductions ; Assaults ; Bank Rob- 
beries ; Blackmail ; Capital Punishment ; 
Counterfeiting; Embezzlements; Hlokey. 
M. ; Highway Robberies ; larceny ; Mur- 
ders ; Prisons ; Probation System ; Roads 
—Convict Labor; Suicides; Swindling; 
Train Robberies, *c; Watson. G. 
CRIMEA — Delivered from Bolshevlkl by 

Cossacks under Denlkln. Jl 10, 19:8 
OBlPPLKn and Wounded Soldiers. s» Euro- 
pean War- Relief Work— Hospital Service; 



CRIBI.br. Martin J.-death, Jl 27. 22:8 
(IROATIA. sae Jugoslavia 
cSociiB, (MM) »«y Ells-bath-doaUi. I 
26. 13:3 



.ent— System of permits (op grain 

shipments devised by Grain Corp and R R 
Administration goes Into eftect Aug 1. 
Jl 31, 20:3 
■ New Jersey farmers face heavy loaa be- 
cause of rains. Ag 22, 7:1 
U. S.— Forecasts estimated on July lat oon- 
dltlons, Jl 10, 23:2; decrease Indicated. 
Ag e, 13:1; monthly and yeaiir ooisna 
planned by Crop Estimator Burk, Ag U, 
28:2; Sept report S 8. 29:1 
See bIho Cotton. Wheat, etc. 
CllOPSEY. (Jnitlee) Jams* C- ' 
Justice Benedict tor falUng b 
degree of protection to Mrs. n- TvajoaKEr 
at trial for manslaughter, Jl 4, 18:2; criti- 
rlRc^ JiL'^llcr? Drever In handling of case ot 
Mrs. N. Tyler, Ag 23. 18:4 
CB08BV. OHar 'r.— Returns from FKiiSb ad> 



■^ 



privs 



I tinajiclal t 



o BunMM r 
I. Jl e. 10:1 



thcr than further Govt loans. J 
CROSBY. Petei— death. S 1. 7:4 

CROSHET. Robert, see Lynching. .. 

CROS8MAN, A. B., M« Aeronautics— U, B.— 

Atlantic City-N T 
CKOBSMAN * Co.. 

Frauds. Jl 15 
CROSTHWAITE, <M»J) t. L.— death. S 7, 

CROVCH, Albert W.— sued for divorce: Mrs 
Violet S. Deegan named. Jl 18. 8:2 I 

CROWOER, (Gen) Enoch Herbert—declines 
Cuban testimonial by Liberal Party because 
of atfnclc on W, E. Oonaales. Amer Min- 
ister. Jl 12, 9:8; ed, Jl 1*. 10:3; prepares I 
to return to Washington on Aug 7th with j 
work in Cuba completed, Jl 27. II, 1:2; j 
honored In Cuba; will receive honorary de- 
gree from Havana Univ. Ag 7, 14:1: sails . 
for N. Y. ; Prea Menocal signs bills which 
he helped to frame. Ag B, 13:2; returns to ' 
II. S. : lella of revised Cuban laws, Ag U, 
2'S' charsed bv Ansell with establishing 
propnBamla bur to discredit critics ^ 
eourts-mnrtlal system, Ag 27, 8:2; Charged 
bv Ansell with foRterlng Unfair courts- 
ni.irtial Invpstlgatlons. Ag 30. 9:7; Sen 
Com authorizes favorable report on bill 
advicBtlng elevation to rank of Ijt Gen. S 
20. 8:3; noted men send Ir to local draft bds 
urclng members of selective draft service 
to urce that permanent rank be conferred 
upon him. S .10. 14:5 

CROU'K, (Sir) Err*— will be sole repr of 
EnBlnnd nt Peace Conference. S 17. 17:3 

CHOWELI,. Benertlot— returns to tl. 8.. Jl 
21 IS* goei to France to complete sale of 
iirini- Hupplleo, Ag 5. 8:7: Amer Aviation 
MlKBlcin hended by him. reports on result 
of Ini-PFtlfcatlona. Ag 13. 15:8: ed, As 14. 

CKOWELI. "Pol'IlBhlng Co.— Buy's Collier's 
Wfpklv, Jl 38, 20:4 ,. , „^, 

CROHN Cnmet Co., see Bridgeport— Strikes 

CROWNlNHHIEI.T>, Prederick-works shown 
at SlochbrldKB Casino. Ag 18. 11:8 

CROWNINSBIBl,n, (Destroyer), see U. S.— 
Navy— C rown I nshleld 



Jwiv^ept, 1918. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



CROl, (Frlnee) Hesmiua ae— i 

U. S., BUlsted Bdllh Cavell ... _ „ 

wounded Belgians acroM frontier to Hol- 
land: oars Belgian reconstruction work Is 
Blow becftUBB none of Germany's Indem- 
nity had been paid, Ag 28. 15:8 

CBUCIBLB atcel Co.-Jauarterly dlvd, S 18, 
22:8 

ORDBI.TT M Soldier*, im U. S.— Army— 

CBDTTBMDEN, <Hn> Gvorce— death. S Zfl. 



for Pies, Ji L.. 

Electoral Reform— Gen Crowder docllties 
Uberal Party testimonial to him for hia 
work because of their uttiick on Ami-r 
Ulnlater Gonules. JI 12, 0:8; ed. J114. IO:S; 
Crowder'B work neiirly completed, Jl 27. 
" ' ■"• " — B made -— 



CrVHINS, iV. B. Ben) Albert Baiid (con- 

tlnued)- 

Nations. Ak 1. 1:8; calls for prompt Con- 

reaslonal action to reduce living coats. Ag 
2:4: says Sen Com will start at once to 
study whole R R problem. Ak 4, 1:2; says 
movement to nationalize all Industry Is 
likely It ry men's bill la adopted. Ag 0, 1:6; 
says Pres Wilson has power to act on R R 
Brotherhood demajida without golns to Coa- 
gresB; promises to report bill for readjust- 
ment o( relations between Govt and R R's. 
Ag e, 1:7: Introduces R R Operation Bill: 
Bub-com'B report on principal points, 8 3. 
1:S; ed, S 4, 12:1; discusses amendinenta 
and reservations to Peace Treato- with Oor- 
many, opposes Shantung amendment S 27, 



and thirsty, Ag 



fll 8 



CUBA Cane ^_.,^ . „,, „. .^^„.. 

by Oen Qocthals. after Inveetigntion, Jl 17 
20:2: H. Evans hoUh stock hcl.l bv him- 
self and Mrs. Bvbjib. resigns from dlrec- 
tora' bd after dispute with Chairman 
Strauss, quotes Oen Goethels In snarl over 
management, Jl 23, 20:2: pf dlvd, S 0. 24:3 

CCBAN-Amer Bngar Cif-Pf and com dlvds, 
Ak 21. 18:5 

CUBANS o( Today- Ed on vol by W B 
Parser published by Hispanic Soi- " ' = ■■ 

OCBITTB BDjrineerlBg C" - ■ ' 



CCDAH¥. £. A — denies charges of prlce- 

rlzinB made by Trade Comm, Jl 20, 17:8 
ODDAHT, Patrick— death and carper. Jl 26, 



CVHNOCK, Alexander e.— death, Ag 18 U-O 
CVMNOCK, Hra WaUaee— returns from re- 
lief work In France, A* 11, Trl 
CITNARD 8 S Co— Win erect bldg In N T C 
on site of old Stevens House, Jl SM. DC 
lfl:3: will not build terminal at Montaulc 
Pt to compete with proposed Govt terminal, 
Jl iS, 27:4; breaks passenger records; 3 
ships bring largest number since war, Ag 
20. 4:1: will compete with American ship- 
ping. S 14, II, 5:0; tmperator may be added 
to fleet, S 20. 18:3 
See bIbo Lusltanla 

.^<Amb> OsBtoa da— arrives in Rome. 



being the refuge of the frtvol- 



CURH BrokeTB, I 

— Brokej-B" Lleei 

CFRB Market. ■«. N T Curb Assoc; Stock 

Exchange, N T C-Curb Market 
I^BB Market Assoe, tee New York Curb 

■,- . ...^.. T.lll»1 n m^^ nnTtl-/^...,.! A 

C IT RLE 

13:4 
CBRIEY, {N T AldereiBn) Bdward W.- 

Jl^^Oj'J.jSU'n'niriied by ClUiens' Union. 8 
niiRLET. (Mrs 
crRI,IIfO. nee Sports 
CURRAN. Charles J.-death, Jl II, 11:3 

" ■ nmellaB F.-death, Jl 12. 



B N Y C Aldermen, Bd o 



Nellie— death, AK 2T, 3 



Bee alee Heat— Trade Comm Investigation 
OEDDBBACK, (Jndge) WlUlun Herman- 
death, Ag n, ^.4rtuneriil. Ag 20, l.-;:! 
CCDDIHY, Edward J.— death, S 30, II) -2 
Cri.i:.8, see Citrus By-Products Laboratory 
CrHMINO. Adel^di^-denth, Jl 1«, in'2 
CDMHmOB. <J<-arrte Oaln— letter on Leagiio 

Of Nations. S 10, 10:9 
CDHMTMOB, Burner H.-speaka nt 4th of 
July celebration al Tammany Hnll, Jl 5, 
8:3; says, after tour of the II. S., that na- 
tion is for League of Nations: calls cost of 
living the greatest problem, JI SO, 3:^: said 
to be responsible tor determined action In 
Washington to reduce cost of living. Ag 1. 
1:1; summoned before House sub-com In- 
vestigating aviation for calling spruce In- 
quiry a nnelllng com : promises new at- 
tacks, angers Chairman Prear by critl- 
dsms, Ag 1. 11:1: enye Democratic Natl 
Com Is not booming W. Q, McAdoo or 
any other candidate for Pres, B 27, 8:1 
CDHKINflB, Idwson C— deatti. S 1 7-4 
CrMHINGB, WlUlam— death. Ag 31, 21 2 
CUHMINQS, WllUam. see Mexico— England 

Relations with 
CnilMINB, (V. ». Sen) Albert Balrd— an- 
mnmces appointment o( sul>-com of Sen 
Commerce Com to frame law for return of 
rpada. Jl 10, 10:3; confers with A Repub- 
lican Sens on reservations to League of 



3:6 
German Money— France admits Oerman 

banknotes and money, Ag 4, 17 ;B 
Germany— BUI Introduced In Constituent 

Assembly authorties Issue to strengthen 

Halt Cent Piece— Lr from P. E. Hogers on 
odd cent and high prices, Ag 24, III. 1:7; 
reply from R. I. Evans, S 7, III 2-i 

Inflation— U. S. Sen adopts resolution ask- 
ing Sec Glass about measures to reduce 
It Jl 0, 24:1; Sen Myers blames It for 
high prices In Sen debate, reducUon of 
amount In circulation proposed, Ag 1, 2:7: 
resolution Introduced by Sen Myers for 
legislation to reduce it la called up in 
Sen; general debate on Meh cost of IlvlnK 
follows, Ag 2. 2:1; G. E, Roberts writes 
on prosperity and the 50-cent dollar, calla 
bloated credit system chief cause of high 
cost of living, Ag 3. IV, 1:2; Repr Pess 
urges deflation to cut Ilving costs, Ag B, 
2:1; Ir from W, H. Q. Harding. Clov 
of Federal Reserve Bd, says legfslaUon 
to reduce Inflation Is unnecessary and 
undesirable. In reply to Sen MacLean'a 
Query, Ag 11. 1:7: ed, Work and save, 
Ag 12, 8:1 

Tntematl money suggested by Prof Bruhnes 
as solution of exchange problem, S 18, 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX Julp^ept^ 1919. 



CrKRENCT (contlnuafl) ;— 
UthUAnla— Amer LJIhuanlan Bank formed 
'" "~}preB8 German and RusslEin money, 



8 7, 



, D:S 



Rusdiui Kuble«— Federal Reeerve Bd bars 

Bolshevlat money, Ag 13, ViA 
V. S.— Sen adopts resolution asking Sec 
Olass amount In circulation, and what 
Bt£pa are being taken to reduce Inflation, 
Jl 6, 24:1 

Bc« kIs* Inflation, abave 
See also Banks and Banking: Fftderol Ke- 
■erve Law; Gold as Money 
CVRBIB (0«n Sir) Arthni^wllI receive hon- 
orary desree from Cambridge Unlv, Jl 20, 
3:4: arrives In Halifax, Ag 18, 4:5: guest 
of city of Hantreal. Ag 22, S:S 
OCBRIE Homcateod, ■«) Tide Water Oil Co 
OUBBX (D. B. Bcpr) CbBriei F.— Introduces 
blU to combine all Federal aviation ser- 
vIcoB, Jl 2», 21:3 
CVBBT, "Lefty," see Sh^, R 
CCBRT, PUUp-death, Jl 21, 11:2 
0UBTI8, (P. 8. Ben) Charles— sslth there 
are 40 Senators who will vote against rati- 
ficatioD of Peace Treaty unless reserva- 
tions are accepted. Jl 27. 2:1: introduces 
rewilutlon proposing Inquiry Into race Hots 
and lynchingB. S S3, 11 :i; Congressional 
Investigation considered by Sen com, but 
action deferred, S SO. 6:1 
OORTIB, (Camr) Edwin U,. see Boston— 

onBna, (Mrs) Barrlet A.— trial Of conteit 



ODBTIB, ] 



I. Ag 2 



teal and A 



„„ , c, sac Do Lcunar, J. R, 

CURTIS, N. WlUard— death, Ag 24, 22:4 
OUBTI8, Thomas J.— selected as candidate 
for Pres of N T C Aldemien by Amor 
Labor Party, Ag 24, 0:4: urged to run for 
Free of N T C Bd of Aldermen by Repr 
tA Ouardia. S 22, 6:3 
OUBTIB PobllsblDi: Co., see Allen Property 

CuatMlon— Woolen Hills 
ODRTIBB. Olean— gives dinner at Hotel Com- 
modore in honor of N C plane filers, Jl U, 
10:8 
CCBTIBB Alrpbuie tf Malar 0«. — Motion de- 
nied for preliminary Injunction restraining 
United .Aircraft Engineering Corp from 
continuing alleged Infringement of patents, 
Jl 3, 6:2: takes over Atlantic Cftv air- 
port, Jl 28, 8:4; Boston branch will es- 
tablish station at Newport Ag 20, 10:1: 
Repr Kabn Introduces bill providing for 
purchase by Govt S 2C, 18:2: testimony 
that Liberty Iron Works sold airplanes to 
Govt which Govt resold to CurtlsB told In 
hearing by sub-corn of Congressional Air- 
craft Investigation Com, S 18. 10:4 
CCBZON. Earl of Kedlnton— Bay.< In Houi-e 
of Lords in reading on Peace Treaty blU 
that no decision has been reached about 
trying former German emperor In Liondon, 
Jl 2G. 1:7: says that treaty between Per- 
sia and Bngland does not constitute a pro- 
tectorate, S 21, 5:1: message to Bar] Orey 
on eve of departure for U. S., S SI, 0:4 
See also Haggard. H. R. 
CDSAOK, Mary J.— death. S 26. 16:8 
OCBACB, <Bev) Peter Paul— death, S 2S. 
1B:6 



policy In Russlt 

Ag 2, 4:4 
CDSRM AN, (Mrs) James S— will receive D 

a C, Jl 1, B :3 
OD8TOH HoBse, see N T C— Custom House 
CCBTOMBi— 

Tobacco— Liggett ft Myers Tobacco Co sued 
by Govt for alleged mlsrwresentatlon on 
duties. Ag 15. 20:2 

Bee also Tariff: U. S.— Customs Service 
CCTHBU., Cliesler W— Report on British 

Sayment for U. 8. aviation supplies, Ag 
8:7 
CrTHXOHr. (U Col) FnukUln W.— will b« 
made Chevalier of Legion of Honor. 8 24. 
7:1: made Chevalier. S 26, 12:7 
OCTI,EB, (Mrs) MeUy Bweraisa— d«ath, Jl 
31. 6:3 



CDTTING, Mrs Bob 

G:2 
OVTHJjJEB, IdOls A., SM n. S.-^Aiiiir- 

Prison conditions. Jl 28 
OCTLEB, ThOBUw De WUt— text of Ir ID 

Sen Interstate Commerce Com oontalntng 
formal protest of Assoc of Rr BxecntlTM 

against Cummins R R bill, S 11. 17:8 
CY0I.ONE8, see Hurricanes 
CYCLOPS {Naial Cooler) —Alleged laat moB- 

sage found In botUe. Jl 12. 9:5 
CZE0nO8I.OTAK Armies— 100 veterana sail 
from N Y C for Europe after being tftted 
— '" artificial limbs and recelvlne med- 
■--' -"ffntol treatment, Jl 8, 22:3; Sec 

,_jtloned by U. S. House Com on 

how transportation from Siberia and other 
expenses were paid; Pres Wilson reviews 
at White House veterans from SIberIm, Jl 
19. 4:3. 4: men of Siberian army wUl ba re- 
patriated by Supreme Council of Peace 
Conference, tonnage will be furnished by 
£:ngUnd. France, and tl. S., S 23. 20:1: 
reprs of All-Russian Govt Informed tbat 
Czechs will not abandon Siberia until Bol- 
ehevlki are completely defeated, S 2T, 4:3: 
ed, S 27, 12:4 
CZECHUHLOTAKIA :— 
Amer Economic Aid— Ed. Help our triotds 

and help ourselves, Ag 23, IJ:3 
Cabinet- New ministry formed: Natl Demo- 
crats excluded. Tusar Is Premier. Jl 7. 
15:3: two Ministers r«Blgn: denial that 
they quit because of Teschen questjon. 
9 13. 4:3: M Proschek. Minister of Ag- 
riculture and M. Stribeny, Minister of 
Rys. resign bb gamblers. S 17, 10:3 
Commerce— Report on Import and export 

rcfllrtctlons, Ap 3. II. 8:7 
Elections — Complete returns show tbat 

Czech vote Is 68%, Jl 14, 4 ;2 
Finances— Amer experts will appraise se- 
curity for loan from U. S., Ag B, 1:4 
Food Supply, see Foodstuffs-'Central Su- 



appeal to Sen 

Lodge and Knox to old cause of Bdf-de- 
termination. 8 4, 17:2 

Hungary, Relations with— Bela Kun. at de- 
mand of Entente, withdraws some Hun- 
garian troops and establishes soviet re- 
public In Slovakia, leaving part of Red 
army to defend It Jl 5. 7:8; " '— 



sends _. _ 

indemnity for aerial 



, ,_ — .-... J- vlo- 

iniions 01 armistice, and demanda that no 
more hostile acts be committed, Jl 28, 1:7; 
protests to Peace Conference against Ru- 
manian occupation of Hungary and asli- 
ure of property. Ag 12, 6:2: Sodallst 
Democratic element protests against coim 
d'etat by Archduke Joseph; Pres Masaryk 
._ .g„p Ag 13. 15:2: 

„ .__oSlrMy. "asIK 

11:3; Czechs hold Presaburg head. Ag 17, 
8:5: no refuge Is granted to Soviet refu- 
gees, Ag 18, 3:7: advance of army on 
Budapest halted In obedience to instruc- 
tions of aUled generals, Ag 19. 4:8 
Labor, srf l^bot^-Ciechoslovaltla 
League of Nations, see League of Natlona— 

Czechoslovakia 
Monarchy— Socialists led by Durios r«art- 
ed to be working for creation of Idngdam : 
Duke of Connaught said to be choice for 



^i 



B Postal Service— Ciedm- 



PostBl Service. 

Slovakia 

Vacuum Oil Co sues for damages for de- 
struction by air bombs on property at 
Almas Fulto. Jl 2. 16:6- 
CZERNIN TDD Chndealts, (CsDnt) Ottelni— 
report that Allies will demand hla extradi- 
tion to ascertain part In responsibility for 
the war. Jl IS, 1:8 i text of report to Bn- 



JtOy^epU, 3018. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



CZEBNIN TOB ChDdcnlt«, (Oonmt) OtttABr 
(continued)— 
peror Charles datad April 12, 1917, on ne- 



CZOBEI. (HnncarlBB HlnlitM to AbiMk) 
— recall demanded by Austrian Oovt, Jl 



.„^ atry Law. Judge I 

m suit brought by T. B. Owene acalnst 

B. N. Breltung for cotton oargo on vessel 
seised by French Oovt Jl ZS, ICl 
DADAKIB, (Dr) 8. — latter saylnf that per- 
secutions of Greeks by Bulgars In 1906 ««- 
flalna why Thrace fears Bulgar rule, Ag 
B. 10:7 
DAOOB lalaad, »e EZngland — Commerce — 

DAtliY, H. A. V. — suneata remedies tor 

high coats. Ac SI, ie:C 
DAIBTUJCl — Rural schools foster Interest. 

Ag IB. 7:2 

See •!» Qrove City, Penn. 

DAIBYHEN'S IiM>«ae — Officers are pleased 
with report on milk prices by special com ; 
HtAtement by E. B. Eastman, Ag 2B. 1:1; 
bl&med for high prices In teatlmony given 
by Distributers' Bd at Grand Jury Investi- 
Katlon of milk prices, Ag 2S. 3:4: U. 3. 
Atty geta evidence In Grand Jury InvesUga.- 
tion ; a. Q. Battle aJso inveeClgB.teB, Ag 
29. 11:3 ; Dr E. H. Porter Questioned on his 
connection with it. by O. G. Battle in N, 
Y. 8. Farms t Markets Dept investigation. 
8 5, ZS:Z: E. R. E^astman, In article In 
Dairymen's League News, defends farmer 
dairyman, tells of improvements in mtlk 
production, S 28, II, 1:2 

DAI'S, (Mrs) O. H., see 'VFold. N. T. 

DAIXINGBB, (U. H. Beorl FrederlDk WiU- 

lam— submits 1. — , _ 

allegtnK brutal treatment Tiy Provo 
■hafa force In France, to House sub-corn 
charged wieb Inctulrlng into conduct of war, 
Jl IS. 6:1; urges ?ull InvostigaUon of 
cruelty charges by House Bub-com. Jl IS, 



Pt Wayne on a „., , 

lem«, Jl B. 8:4: addresses published In 
book form under title. The Navy and the 
NaUon, Jl 13, VIII, 370:1 

Aeronautic*— Interviewed by W. H. Craw- 
ford; tells how navy_nlanned ajid built 
NC planes, sp art, Jl 6. VII, pp 4:5; 
message to MaJ Scott and crew of R-34, 
Jl 7, 8:3: conference with Sec Baker and 
others to consider disbursement of avla- 
Uon budget. Jl 22, 17 :3 

Benson (Rear Admiral }~Thank8 Benson 
for services as he retires, S 20, 11:1 

Booh. The Navy and the Nation. Jl 13, 
Vin, 870:1 

Chief of Naval Operations— Appoints Rear 
Admiral R. E. Coonts, 8 2S, 13:fl 

Courts-Martial— Is reviewing sentences, Jl 
12, S:7 

Drug Addicts, see Pelham Bay, below 

Enlistments—Letter to parents of boys who 
avy. Jl 27. 4 " 



Hawaii. lee Pacific Fleet, below 

Lafayette, (Marquis)— Suggests that birth- 
day be celebrated at FayeCtevllle : reply 
by Gov Blckett of N C, Jl 28. 10:7 

League of Nations — Soya sentiment in West 
Is favorable, S 24, 3:3 

Negroes, nee Race Riots, below 

Pacific Fleet— Message on eve of departure 
for Pacific base, Jl U. 9:3: announces 
■'—' ■-- — '" -neet vessels at San Diego 
„ .. Hawaii, Jl BO, 12:1; fare- 
iGSSage answered by Admiral Rod- 



=-, — „ _. 4:2: sails from Los Angeles 

for Hawaii on battleablp New York, Ag 



that h 



14. 15:7: feted in 1 

sented with gifts ar. , ._ 

U. a., Ag 23, 10:4: returns to Cslltomta 

from Hawaii, S 1. 3:7; reviews fleet In 

n Francisco Bay, S 2. 19:4; aays inland 



2Z:E 



(Mrs) 



Br—death, Ag 11, 



BALY, AOB Y.-^eath. Ag St. 7:7 

DAIiY, (DeteMlve) Cbweuee-^ralsed by 

Haglatrate tor capture of 3 auto bandits, 

8 16, ie:t 
DAIjY, Thomas F, — tells ot Irish in the war, 

It, Jl 10, 14:7 
DALY'S BMtaanuit, see Pivhibitlon — WOJ:- 

ttoie— N Y C, S 17. 
DAMAGE Satts, sea Alienation Suits; Libel 



fnlted Hatters c 



nulty of 13,000 a year, j 
DANBDBV Ba«en, see 

North Amer 
DANCING— British Imperial Soc ot Dancing 



ed on abolition ot the " shimmy " by Natl 
Assoc of Dancing Masters, Ag 29, 10:5; 
convention of Natl Afisoc of Masters of 
) curb exag- 



Church to lift dance l>an. Ag 31. .„ 

sp art by R. J. Cole on conspiracy against 
JaMZ; V. Vestoff and his wife, Mme. Sero- 
v^ quoted. S 21, Vn. 6:1 

DANE, Edan— says U. 6. Vocational E^duca- 
Uon Bd did not co-operate with Red Croas 
Institute and other agencies which aided 
war crippled, Ag 24, IV, 7 :1 

DANFOBTH, (Brig Qen) Bobert U.- 
ap art. por. Ag 24, VU. I" " 



Presidential Campalgii— Sta 
-"-""■-- 'e 26. 3:1 



Radio Service— Sends bill to House to 
commercialiie navy facilities ; Ir to 
Speaker Olllett on present cable and radio 



..ssoc ot Engineers that restrlcdona 

relative to amateur operations will be re- 
moved. S 28. II, 2:3 

Rodman (Admiral)— Explains Incident con- 
cerning alleged censoring of speech. Ag 
9, 13:3 

2d Dlv. U. S. A.— Publishes brief account Ot 
work done In France. Jl 29. 17:7 

Tampa (cutter)- Asks higher pay tor heirs 



9 Of plans tor 



UANIGLB, (Capt) Hark- tella of plans 
engineer school at Camp Humphreys, i 
clal article. Ag 10, VII, p 8 

DANISH IJteraturf— Ed. Ag 31, VIII, 440:1 

OANNEHOBA State Hospital, see Hospitals 
N. Y, S. 

DANNRECTHEB. Martin T., see Bank of 
Europe 

n-ANMVNZIO. see Annunzio 

DANUBE Blver— British monitors welcomed 
In Budapest: Pres ot Inter-AlUed Conun 
will organlie transporiatlon and tree river 
from mines, Ag 18. 3:7; British and French 



THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. JuljfSepL. l»l». 



AuBtrlttn. HuTiKa.rlBii, and Serbian Meamers 
to monopolize carrying trade. Is report, Ab 
29, 6:T; British ayndlcate noKotlatea for 
property of all river lines, Ag 'il, II, 1:1; 
provisions of treaty with Bulsarla, S 1», 5:H 

DAWZIG— City is quiet; people look for wlUi- 
dTBWol oC troops, J1 S. 3:3: Municipal Oovt 
considers otter of loan by Amer concern. 
Jl 10, 7:6; German Govt asks Allies to com- 
plete plans for future and to draft new con- 
Btitutlon. Ag 17. 5:7; German peace delega- 
tion asks enlightenment on status. Ag 18. 
S:Z: U. S. sailors tight Germans at nearby 
port, Ag 22, 5:6; municipality sends me- 
morial to Allies proposing elective plan of 
govt or Independent state, S 25, 1T:2; Ger- 
mans are preparing to emulate d'Annunzlo 
In seizing city, Is report, S 29, E:fl 

DABUNUTON, a. J., sr* Rlggs Natl Bank 
of Washington 

DABRAOH, (Dr) WUIIbri— ed on views on 

Sroductlve medicine work done In war, S 
1. 12:5 
DAUBBB, WtlUHBi—death, Jl 30, 9:3 
DAUNAY, Mo»e»— death, Jl 27. 22:6 
DAVID, (Dr) EilDsrd— says Germany must 
have war tribunal to offset Plntente's pro- 
posed court, Jl 30, 2:7; will be German 
Foreign Minister. S 30, Ifl :3 
DAVIDOVITCH, UoubB, (HerbUn Premier) — 
will be Premier of Serbia; will form coall- 
..... . .„ . ^. ....,.___ -erblaV 



DAVIE8, <K*J) 3. O— 



of Peace Treaty with Gennany, A£ S^ 3:3; 
Ag S, 8:8 
DAVlEt, o. K.— Telia of poor service on Pa- 
cific cubluB, says business Interests threat- 
en compeUtlon imlesa delays end, Jl 2». T.A 
National Foreign Trade CotmcU 



a plaj-wrlght, Ag 3. IV. 



; his I 



._ -. Frankfurter 

protecOon from radicals, Jl 4, 4:5; Ir on 
Shantung award, Jl 27, III, 1 A 
UAVI80M, Henrr Pomeroy--dlnaer by J. A 
Slelcher in recognition of work toi' r ' 

" Hoc, Jl 15, 4-'- - — *" " 

by Sec Hnker 



receives C S 1 



UAWBS, 

French War Cross, 
U. S. Uquidatli ' 



.. . . 13, 3 :fl reslKiis Cram 
Coram. Ag 2, 7 a; r<»rt 



: odL Ag 



Washington Industrial conference^ 8 181 

1:5; cannot serve at Waahlngton Zodn*- 

trial Conference, 6 16. 8:4 
DAWSON, (Uent) CaniusbT--Geniunv r^ 

visited, sp art. Ag 17, VIII, 1:1; 

18, 10:5 
DAWSON, Hlles M.— appointed t 

tuarlat inveatlgatlon of N. X. S 

Fund, Ag 8, 16;2 
DAW80M, (Sir) Trevar (manAgl 

Of VIckers, I,td) -predicts big a 

Jl 11. 3:2 

-- U, 8.— Arnv— BduCAtlan 



against hyoscln treatment, Ag 31, 8;_ 
DAVIS. {Director of Y M O A In Pkris) — 
wins Cross of Legion of Honor, Jl 19. 16:4 
DAVIS, (Col) A. M.— testifies before special 
House sub-corn on war expenditures Inves- 
tigation ; Bays Brig Gen R. E. Wood agreed 
with Natl Canners' Assoc to withhold sur- 
plus food from domestic market, Jl 10. 30:1 
DAVIS, (U) Benjamin 8.. see U. S.~Navy— 

DAVIS, Benjninlti T.— death, S 4. 13:3 

tionary Hedal. Ag 23, 18:3 

Ry from Mrs W. Reld and O. Mills. S 27. 7:3 
DAVIS, FTBHk Jo.— appointed Asat Atty 

Gen. Jl 17, 5:1 
DAVIS, (MBTor) Hanr ^, 'er Cleveland St 

DAVia, (Mrs) Rrlen Anslln— ilcath, Jl 31, 
9:3: Ag 5, 9:4: Ag 7, 7:4; 

DAVIS, Henry K.— Indorsed by Rppubllcans 
for Justice of N T C City Court. Jl 24. l.%:8 

DAVIS, Howard, see Bomb Explosions- 
Boston 

DAVIS, Jeff (King sf the Hoboes)— a rren tod 
on charge of impersonating Federal offi- 
cial. Jl 13, 7:1 

DAVIS, Jefferson— Montgom<T>' residence 
bought by First White House Asaoc of Ala- 
bama; will be uBRd as museum. Jl 20, 26:2 

DAVIS, John A.— estate. S 19. 31 :4 

DAVIS, (Amb) John W suggested as suc- 
cessor of Sec Lianslng aa hend of Amer 
peace delegation. Jl .1, 3:7: selected ns repr 
of U. S. on Permanent Court of Intematl 
Justice to be established by the League of 
Nations, Jl 10. 3:3; tribute In Ir on effort 
being made In U. S. to aid drive of British 
Seamen's Fund, J! 14, 16:6: formallv opens 
Amer Club In London. Jl Ifl. 3:2: cntertalna 
Oen Pershing at dinner In London, Jl 16, 
17:*; acknowledged receipt of the N T 
Times sent by R-34, Jl 18, 5:2: gives dance 
(or Prince of Wales, Jl 22. 17:2: message 
to Intematl Brotherhood Congress. S 16. 
4:B; honorary degree from Birmingham 



DAK, Edward, . 
of Men. Ag 18 
DAY, (Capt) HaiiTT 



—will te mad* Ow> 



DAY, (ChanceUor) Junes B.— aoaalla Fn 
Wilson for touring U. S. In behalf ot til 

peace treaty and League of NBtlcma, 1 
address at opening of Syr&cuM Univ. 



Ing U 






nles he was q}eclal agent In puTcbaae 
herring. Jl 11, 23:2; hopes to find wo] ._ 
buy army food suppllee In N Y, .n Ifc 
24:2: testifies in bis own defenae; book- 
keeper tellB of amounts paid by him and 
later returned, Jl IE, 14:2; Bennett QoeB- 
tlons right to sign notes; wltnesaes au«d 
about contracts to supplir cool to dtr, Jl 

18, 32:3; counsel for Day objecta to w«T 
hearing Is conducted by Comr Hlracbftdd, 
whom he charges with acting aa proaecn- 
tor and witness at some time, Jl 18, MJ; 
tells of plan for Plaza Community Clnb, Jl 

19. 14:2; says he Joined Plasa Cmuauolty 



Market 1 



tells 



iiatlons 



ise city 'property, Jl 22! 82:1; 
distribution costs, Ag 9, I:?- 



wlll handle sate on army food euppllea In 
NYC. Ag 7, 15:6; chaises dropped at 
request of Bennett. Ag 17, 9:2; explains 
transportation problem In sale of araiT 
foods, Ag 22, 1:2; testifies in Farnia ana 
Markets I>ept Investigation of milk prfOM 
a 13; 17:4 
DAY, Joseph P.-^urchsses bldg at 07 lib- 
erty St, Jl 13, IX. 16:4: statement on 
-"ctlon of Claflln estate, S 21, X I:S 



l>AYi, 






bill reported favorably to Sen by Sen In- 
terstate Cnmmerpp Com. Jl 30, 5:7: Day- 
light Saving Assoc plans campaign to ex- 
plain ndvnntages. Ag 1, 15:6; Ag 2. 6:9: 



Jtdy^ept, If 18. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 






DAYLIGHT 8>tIiib (COnUnued)— 
Sen passes House bill, sends 
^'ItBon, Ak 2, 14 ;Z; cd. on BrKummiui lur 
probable veto by Pres WIlBon. Ag i. 10 :B: 
campslgn bCBun to urge Prt!H wllann ta 
veto new bill: statementB by Sec E. Bohm 
or Central Federated Union, nnd M. M. 
Marks. As i, 17:3: Mrs. J. F. Yawger asks 
Prea WUson to veto repeal bill. Ag 0. 7:2: 
NaU Daylight Saving Aasoc announoes Sen 
Penrose favors daylight saving : says White 
House Is belne flooded with appeals to Prea 
Wilson. Ag 13, 11:2; Pres WIlBon vetoes 
repeal bill. Ag 18. 7:1: ed. Ag 111. f - - 



passage of repeal o^ 
A« 17. 22:1: eA. Ag_ 



House will 



Pres Wilson's veto. Ag 20. 
Den votes to suHtaIn House, Ag 21, 
eds. Ag 21 10:2: Ag 22. 10:5: Natl 



23. 11:2; c 

Ag 25. 2:6: 

10:6: ed. Habit and daylight 



Ag 31. Ill, 1:8: 
Ing. Ag 30, 18:4: 
■r Aldermen wlU 



sonflden 



ed. S 3, 12:5: ^N_ Y-. j 

for extra 
SI :a : M. 1 

tinue througnout £;HSiem tune ion 
Y C: Bd of Aldermen adopt ordlni 
22. 17.3: ed. B 23. lfl:S: Pres Moi 
dresses Bd of Aldermen In favor 
resolution, which Is referred to i 
Welfare Com. S 24, 8:3: M. M. Mar 

Ban will grow, S 215. 13:3: approved In 
om Ll A. W. Mllbury. S 2.1. 14:8; B- 
" a aummerjlme will end Sept 29. S 



Brtt- 



II. 



Uarhs declar 



I nati I 



appUed 



Sm mlao U. B.— ConKress-Bllls— Agrtcul- 
tural Appropriation Bill 

DATI.IOHT Sairlng Assoc, see Daylight Sav- 
ing 

DAYTON, Ohio— Description of work dona at 
co-operative high school, Jl 20, II. 8:1 

DB AC08TA, Ble*rdB M.— sued for separa- 






f^i'.^S^ Mad 



1 Jau mUBlc. J] 25, 

DBBS, BiigcHs v.— general strike voted on 
Oct. 8 by Coramunlat I*bor Party of Amer 
to compel hla release, S 3, 8:2: song for 
hie release sung at meeting of Communist 
lAtKir Party of Amer, S 4. 1S:1; discusses 
steel strike; warns of possible revolution, 
S 24, 3:2 

DB CAB8EBBB, BsDjamlii — sp art on last 
nlghl of King Alcohol, Je S, VII, 8:1; sp 
art on AUantlc City, Jl SO. VII. 2:1: sp 
art on Children's Room In N. Y. Public 
IJbrary, Jl 27. VII. 4:1; sp art. on phan- 



DB OABSEBBB, : 

VII. 10:1; all-nlgh'rNWYork"!l. , 

season of 1019, Bp art. Ag 17, VII, 8:1; sp 
art on psycho-anal yilng old "Pop" Man- 
hattan. Ag 31, VII. 10:1; sp art on O. 
d'Annunilo. S 28. VII, p 7 

SECHKHT, (Lirat) James P.— win receive 
share In grandmother's estate which was 
squandered by uncle, De Witt C. Flan- 
agan; payment will be made by aunt. Mrs 
J. P. Shannon. Ag 10, II 1:1 

DEC IBB (lArd) John OraliBm— arrives In 
U, S.; dlacUBsea Irish sltuaUon, S IB. 13:1 

DECKKB. Lmter, tee Harris. Mildred 

DEC LA BAT ION ol Independence— Socialist 
members of N. Y. C. Bd of Aldermen as- 
sailed when Vladech describes signers aa 
Bolahevikl. Com on General Welfare adopts 
resolution tnat tablet t>e erected In Alder- 
manlc Chambers, Jl 2, 16:2 

DEC OBATIONS— King Albert decorates 3 
officers of ship bringing him to U. S,. S 26, 

See also European War— Decorations and 



DEED. H., see Prohlbltli 

C. J! B. Jl 20 
DEEOAN, <Mmi) William T. 



-WarUrae— N T 



1 , \mmir TV uuam x -^«ucB for di- 
vorce; A. W. Crouch named. Jl 18. 8:2 
DEEB, see N Y S— Conservation Comm 



Blon of Penn Qrand Lodge of Ancient O 

of Hibernians; predicts free Ireland, Ag SO, 

15:3 
DBPALOATJONS, Bse E^mbeizlements and 

defalcations 
DE FAYOLLE, (Connt) Gny— arrives in U. 8. 



DE OBAFV, <C>Pt} Matthew— death. S M, 

DE HAA8, Jacob, see Zionist Org&tiJsatlon 

of America 
DE HAVIIAMD— «, see Aeronautics— RaceB- 

N T-Toronto 
DE HOTEB, Leo— Is Minister of Finance In 

ell-ItUHslan Govt, Ag SI. 3:6 
I>EHYI>RATION. ■«* Foodstuffs 
'DEIMUMO. (Gen) tsb— urges German ^fl- 

- ' , resist extradlUon by Allies. Jl 



tlon, S 6. 11:1 

DE ABMOMU (Brig Oen) 
reer In sp art Ag 24. VTl. ii :* 

DEATH Penalty, ice Capital Punishment 

DEATH Bate— New York City— Report for 
July, Ag 10. Ill, 3:2 
Bee also Infant Mortality: Vital Statistics 

DEATHS, AccldcDtal, see Accidents 

DEATHS In War, see Casualties In War; 
European War; Casualtiea 

DE BBKKEB, L. O.- was authority for story 
of fund of Amer oil Interests tor Interven- 
tion In Mexico. S. O, Tnman tells Sen For- 
eign Relations Com, S 9. 1:2; articles In 
M V THKiiTifl vt^rt. iiwH Kv TjeBgiLS Of Free 

.. .._ t of Carrania 

. -. _, MaoDonald, S 11. 17:1; 
.5 Sen Foreign Relations Com on 
uexican slluaUon, S 16. 10:1 

D* BOB1!I.A. Titus, see Schwab, C. M. 

BBABANT (Serrtl— shot for having 



21. 



1 r.-estate, Jl 22. 17:4 



DE I^CY, Oearge C— death. Jl 2. 1 



.._ will. Jl 11, 

DELAI8I, Fnwei*— InUrvlewa 
profiteering li 
4:1 






..^ ) Joieph Baphaet— Estate 

sued by A. M. &agby. R. Marshall, M. L. 
Curtis, J. D. Hall, Adele Buelar, and S. R. 
Duff, for Investment losses; trustees of 

Sroperty agree to accept decision of ex- 
ustice C. F. Brown without review, Jl 8, 
26:2; claim against estate filed by Mme 
Prances Alda Casaixa, Jl 8. 13:6; estate 
wilt pay debta of honor. Jl 13. 17:2 
DE LAND. I.eroy— death. 8 21. IX. 3:8 

■. • .-- "—'--i— Reviews 



t [legion of Honor, Ag 17, 



__ Chevalier 

II, 1:5 
DEI.ANEY, James-^ays 165,000 for apple 

crop: Is put In sanltorium. Ag 24. II, 1:6 
DEI^MEY. (Ccmr) John H.— tells Flatbush 

Chamber of Commerce that rapid transit 

"VHtem will be completed soon. Jl 27. EX, 
1:8; defends terry^ rule making passenge" 



g passenger 



irvlce crippled after careful survey; 
-'- -- hearing t>etora Comr Nixon 
' Receiver Oarrison, Ag 



radict 

!:5: discusses Bklyn rat 
B, Ag 24, IX. 19:1 
DEI^NO, Jane A.— Amer Legion Post Will 

be named for her. 8 21. " ' ■" 
DBI^TIONB, Theodere. s< 

cago Tributie Libel Suit 



CiOf^Jc 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. Jidy^ept., 191$. 



B Education— DelBwaro 

DBLAWABB A Hndaan H B-J^ P. Lone 
'ssuea statement on Block Issuea; In reply 
o O. Plumb's testimony before House Com, 



DBI.AWABB BItm, sm Wuhlngton Crow- 



DBLHAS, D. H.— escai>ed from prison: par- 
doned because of war record, Ak 10. S:2 
DEIJIOMICO'S— Schedules In bankruptcy. S 



MUltarr 



27, 18:4 
DBMAN. (Cat) Ralpb H. Van— Brte 

Churchill tells of woi* done by Ml 

InteUlKence Dlv: port, sp art, Jl 13. VU, 

DBMABEHCHB8, (Ospt), see Chambrim 

(Laeut Col Count) P. de 
DEHQBIUZATION, see U. B.— Armr, and 

heading Army under r ' """ — 



DBNMABK (continued) :- 

g— Claims ladKec 

s for losses during war, . 

ireuHoii, (rr ChrlslenMn, I. C. 

»rf also SchleswlK-Holsteln 
DKNNIH, (Canunerelal Attache) Alfred B,— 

Huggi'Sts special shlpplhg service from tl. 

8. to supply Italy with coal. Jl 27. 11, 1:7 
DKNNI8, JehM— death. Jl 9. 13:3 
DKNNIrt. (Hn) JahB W.— death. S 10. 11:1 
I>ENNI8TON, Afchlbalit Bercstard— death. 



DBNt^MOKB, Joba B., 

IJomb Plot 
MKNTAL 0*M, see Ool 
DENTISTS. --- '— '— 



DE B 



. Jl 'i 



DBHOCRACT— Dr F. H. OlddlnKS speaks on 
■'New Democracy" at Church of the A«- 
eenalon. Jl 7. 12:7: special article by O. 
D. Herron on which shall remake peace, 
Germany or Democracy? Ag 3, VII. 1:1: 
«d. makers of classes, 3 T. Ill, 1:3 
DBMOCBATIO Club of Mbm, see Walsh, (U. 

8. Sen) D. I., Ak ST 
DEHOOBATIO Fartji— _ 

Fourteen Points set forth by F. J. Flnner- 

an, accusing Pres Wilson of wrecldng 

party, Ag B. 15:2 
KentucKv— Stole convention, S fl. 10:8 
National Com— holds conference In Atlan- 

Uc City; $5,000,000 fund sought, 8 27. 

8:1: plans for votes of women, S 28, 7:1 
New York State— N. T. County fiSxecutlve 

Com defers on selections lor N Y C ticket 

pending sotOement Of dty court difflcul- 

tv. Jl 24. l.'iiS: J, H. MrCooey re-elected 

chairman oT Kings County Executive 

Com, 8 2*. 19:2 
Presidential CampalKn, sse Presidential 

Campalgn-'Denuicratic 
Texas— Wing takes steps for organlxatJon 

to be known as Amer Party headed by 



D Tammany Hall, Jl S, S:3 
DBMOFOLI8, Ala, ■«• RoadS—Dlzle High- 
way 

DB m 

•The _.. 

of story descrllied by wife, l , .^ 

2, 7:6; ed on his method of writing nov- 
els, a U, VIII, M0:1 

DB MOTT, Harold Edward— death, S 12. 
13:6 

DEMF8ET, Jaek, lee Sports— Boxing 

DEMF8EY, John J.— resigns as vice-presi- 
dent of B R T; becomes vlca-presldent of 
Sesmsns Oil Co. Ag 6, 21:S 

DE NIEMKYER, (Mrs) Adele B., see Uex- 
Ico— Bandits, Ag 19 

DBNTKIN, <Opb)— lauded by anti-Red parties 
■ — ■ 'lak, Jl 8. 17:6: praised 



■ Kolcl 



1 l-"i. I 



; liber- 



ates Taurlda peninsula; lauded by I-leu 
Gen Brlggs, Jl IS. 4 A ; received with 
Cheers In llberaHvl town. Jl 24, 15:2; 
praised by H, Williams as patriot and mlll- 



pendence. S 2, 
has resigned In 



nBNIBON, .. 

Gov Lowden for Fres, 
DENMARRi— 

nces— Agreement i 



that Kolchnk 
s hend of Ali- 
In U. S., S 23. 



DENVER « Rio Qraade I 

denies compromise settli 



_ W. Krei^ 

of 'Western 

Judgment by Sqtil table 



Trust Co. S 5. 17:2 
DE PALMA, Mtehasl— executed for i 

of R, Smith. As 20, 17:6 



II, ' 



I In Chhla. S 7, II. 7:5: 
(departments for stout people, S ffi. 



tehrt— trltHite to A. 



"Carnegie, Ag 13,"llfi, .-— — 

erans' reception at Osalning, S 2, 14:2: 
speaks at L,a(ayetle-Marne Day celebration 
In N Y C. 8 7. 3:3: address at Brtarcllff 
LiOdEe on Ini-astrtal protriems, sees barm 

prise In N Y-Toronto 

if Dyckman 



S 21. 10:2 



air e 



DK PEYNTKR, (CdI) John- 111 

lota sold In 1S^I9. S 21. XI. 14 

I>EPORTATIONH, see Armei 

De PORTE, (Dr) P. V„ »»o ClUienshlp. Ed- 
■ —Tompkins Sq Unit 



Co — Quarterly 

divd. Jl in. 22:3 

DEKBY, Earl or— will be BriUsh repr on per- 
manent comm for InterpretaUon of Peace 
Treaty with Germany. Jl 30. 15:5 

ItEItilV, J. Uoyd— ir on Natl Guard, Ag 13. 
10:8 

UEROVSHIKE, EBgiand, see Coal— British 
Miners' Strike 

DKHNUllRtl, Bernard— wants easier peace 



J by H. Sauer- 

, _ ._ ... .tl loan to be financed 
In L'. K. for benefit of Germany and Euro- 
pean nations needing money, Ag 26. 2:S; 
ordered purchase of N Y Evening Mail for 
German propaganda. Dr Albert testifies to 
II. S. Consul In Berne, Ag 30. 7:1 

DEHrHANEL, Paul— mentioned as possibility 
for Pres of France. Ji 28, 2:7 

DE88AIN, Etanealii— statement on rupture 
of relations between Belgium and Holland 
over frontier dispute, S &, 1:3 

DE8TINNUVA, (Mm*) Emwy— arrives In U. 
5. ; does not wish to sing In Oerman again, 
S 23. 20:3 

DETROIT, see Rents— Detroit 

DKTROIT Bdlson Co— Quarterly dlvd, S 21, 



DETROIT, sec Cold Storage Warehouses- 
Detroit 

DETROIT I'Dlted Br— Quarterly dlvd. Ag 1. 
23:2 

DEi'F, M.— appointed Director of Port of 
Kehl. Jl 30. ir>:5 

DEIHMKN, <Pmf) Paul— death, Jl 10. 15:3 

DErTHCII, Heart de la Heurthe. seo Aero- 
naiitlcB— France 

DEl'TSCBE Bank— Annual report, Ak 11, 8:3 

DEl'Z, are Bolshevik I— Germany, Ajr 10 

DE VAi,EBA, »« Valera 

DEVERY, Wimam 8.— WUI, JI 23, 7:8 



JuiyStpU, lOia. THE NKW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



' BriUeh 



DKTUM, JoKpb— questtoDB In House ol 
Commoiui vhat LeaKue of Nations Ih for. 
Jl 17. 1:* 

UK VON, (Abbe) Jnlliia E— tells of condi- 
tions in BelEium. Jl 1, 13:3 

DKVONBHIBB, Hake dt— summons special 
session o( Canadian Parliament to mtlfy 

Kice treaty with Germany. S 2, 3 : 
vonshire House In Liondon '~ 

firm ot buUdera. 8 6. 9:1 
DKVOY, Jahn— speaks at meeting ot New 

Branch of Friends of Irish Freedom; at- 
tacks Ulstermen, Jl 14. IB :B 

8t« also Qaellc American. The 
DEWAIT. (U. S. B»pr) Arthnr O.— rebukes 

Repr Blanton. who blocks 46 bills, S fl. 11:3 
DEWEY, (Admtnkl) Qeorce— W. H. Crockett 

tells of conferrlntc of degree by Vermont 

Uolv, Ir. Jl 3. 12:8 
DB WITT, William P.. ■» Railroads— Claim 

Settlement Frauds 
DEWITZ, (Baron) Hmlf J. O. B,— marrlea 

Thalsn de Malmey. S 7. 23 :3 
DBZENDORF, Irvine— released alter mother 

or J. Hurpby. whom he accidentally killed, 

pleads tor him. A« IS. 7:3 
DIAMONDS— Company formed for dredglns 

alonK coast of South West Protectorate. 

formerly Qerman South West Africa. Jl 13, 



DIHOCK. (Mrs.) Hour V., see 'Waahlnffton, 

(Seorge, Memorial Assoc 
DIN ANT— Plans for commemoration of 

shooting of 600 Inhabitants by Oermans on 

Aug 23, 1(114. Jl ID. 3:e 
DINEHAItT, Allan— resigns from Actors' 

Equity Assoc, Ag 10. 1:5: Career. Ac 10, 

IV, 2:6 
UINEN80N, Jacob— death. S 3. 13:5 
DINKIN8, James, see Amer Leglon'-Conven' 



DIAZ. Felix, see Heilco-Dlat Plot 
DICK, B«b*«e»— death. S 22, 11:3 
DICKCI88EI., 8e« Birds 



l>inx>MA Fraads— Dr N. Clements pleada 
guilty to charge of selling tragus diploma 
to A. Ijailnsky. who la serving penitentiary 



C. Sweet for N. T. Assemtriyraan, Jl 27. 
10:2 

DICKB 

DICKII -. -- 

hIbltlon—Wartlms— Medicinal Purposes 

DICKMAN. (Oen) Joseph T.— assigned to 
command of Southern Dept Jl IB, 5:8; re- 
turns to U. 6.: new command, Jl 21. 1:2; 
says more airplanes are needed for service 
on Mexican border, Ag 23, 1:1: completes 
Inspection of Mexican border. Ag 24. 1:1 

DICKHON. (MaJ) Thomas J.— returns to U. 
S. : actlvltleB, Jl 8, 10:2 

DICK8TBII4, (N y AisrmMymaii) Bsmnrl— 
record summarlxed by Clttiens Union. Ag 

DICBAN, (Uent) g. H.— death. Jl S. 10:2 

D1CTAFIIONE8. see Newman. N. 

DIBCKHAN. Adelaide Calll«riB»-death, AK 
30, 7:6 

DIFFEN, F. Q.— discusses commercial avia- 
tion: comments on British progress, S 14, 
rv. 12:1 

DIBE (Judge)— praises Bklyn police. S 16, 
26:6 

DIKB, fMrs) Anne M., *r« Amer Com for 
Devastated France 

DIU>INE, (Dt) F. C sep Kins. Mrs. T. 

DIIXABD, O. H.— Ir on Peace Treaty with 
(Sennany, Jl 8. 10:7 

DIU.INOHAH (Admiral) A. C, ire Norfolk, 
Va. 

DILLINGHAM. ChatlKS B.— Tomis alliance 
with Zlegfeld and Brlanger for production 
of plays and operation of chnin of thea- 
tres throughout country. Ag 7, 8:2; Hippo- 
drome closed when stage hands strike be- 
cause of his membership In Producing Mgrs' 
Assoc; closing was not ordered by Efiulty 
Assoc, Ag 20. ]:3: resigns from Hippo- 
drome: house will reopen, Ag 30, 1:2; re- 
turns to Hippodrome. S 12. 18:4 

DILLINOHAH, R.. alias O. B. AHtln— 
Habon A Co obtain attachment against 
property; accused of fraud In bond pur- 
chase. Ag 30. 18:3 

DILLINGHAM, (r. 8. Sen) William PbdI— 
confers with Pres Wilson over Peace Treaty 
reservations. Jl 31. 1:1; Introduces bill to 
curb ImmliTBtlon ; says It will solve Asiatic 
proUem. Ag 16. 7:9 
DILLINOHAM Immigration BUI lee U. S.— 

Congreas— Bills— Immigration Bills 
DILLON, Andrew Franel*— death. Ag 18. 

U:e 
DIIXOK, Bernard F.-d«eth. 8 4. 13:3 



See also heading Diplomatic Service under 

niRIGinLEB, see Aeronautics 

DI8ABLRD aoldler*. eee Red Cross Soo — 

Crippled and Disabled Men ; Soldiers and 

Sailors. Rehabilitation 
DIHAPFBABANCEIS. se* Aeschboch. B. ; 

BuBhfield. Mrs Q. I. ; Fltzpalrlck. J. J. ; 

Hoffmann, a, : Hope. C. E. ; Johnston. H. ; 

Mauerhofr. F, M, ; Mbinlck, Constance ; 

Olive, B. A. : Piper, R. ; Salomon, Mrs F. 

H, ; Stevens, diaries: Stockburger, E. : 

[SARMAUENTS. les League of Nations — 



_S, see referencea under Legal 

Profession 
DISKA8E, se« Epidemics and names of dla- 



both to invite contagion, Jl 14, 28:1. . . 
J) IE. 1D:G; duet postponed: Dr Hill walt- 
Ingjo hear from earlier cliallenger, Dr D. 



C. A. Swane as young officer. Ir. S 1. 1:8; 
testifies before sub-com Investigating War 
Dept expenditures on purchase of timber 



<e Christian Sdenca 



.... War — Decorations and Honors — Amer 
niHTINOriSRED StcTlee Cms*, s*« Euro- 
pean War— Decorations— Amer 
DISTINOUIBHEU 8erTlee Medal, ■«• Euro- 
pean War^Deeoratlons — Amer 
DT8TBICT Atty's Otflee, see N Y O — Dt«t 
Atty-s r^—" 

ni8TRi( 

D. C. 
D ITT E MORE, John 1 

Church 

DIVINO, see Sports— Swimming 
DIVORCE— Editorial on auggestlon of Justice 

Hoffman for family divorce courts, S 7, 



granted under Constitutional clause of 
lower Austria, 8 0. 15:3 
DIVORCE and Spparstlna Suits:— 
Aastrla-Hnngsry — Wlndlschgraeti. Prince 

Otto sues for separation. Jl 3. 15:7 
France, see Ljdig. P. M. 
French Brides of Amer soldiers. 8 1. 5:5; 

ed. S 2. 16 :» 
Jersey City— Roaeniweig, J. B., divorce de- 
cree recommended for wife. S 4, 6:2 
New York City:— 
Badgley, F. C. sues tor divorce, 8 30. 

16:2 
Barnard. O. A,, sued for separation, S 
20. 8:7; wife obtains separation. S 26. 
IS:3 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. /ui^«pL, MM. 



Bar, (Ueutl A. H., wife's divorce tult 
dlsmlSHed, Ag 0, T:S 

CollInH, Mra. J. L., auefl (or annulment 
of mani&se, Jl 20, II, 1 :D 

Coaby, (Capt) A. F.. wife's suit for sepa- 
ration dismissed; court expresses hope 
that they may be recoocUed. Ak 8, 

Crouch, A. W., sued for divorce; Mrs 

Violet 8. Decgan named, Jl 18, 8:2 
De Acosta, R. M., sued tor separation, 

s e. n:: 

Deeean. (MaJ) W. F., sues for divorce; 

A. W. Crouch named, Jl 18, 8:2 
Dreyfus. R., directed to pay wife alimony 

pending- trial of separation suit. Jl 28, 

Ellsworth. (Capt) B., sued for divorce. 

Jl 2«, 7:4 
Fenwlck. B. B,. sued for divorce, B 30, 



10:8 



FrimI, Rudolph, sued for divorce, Jl 19, 
20:6 

Green, V., wife files answer to separation 
suit. A* 30. 4:3 

Hand, C. L.. new referee to be named In 
wife's wilt S 20, 24:3 

Hand, Mrs Margaret E.. Justice Tlemey 
reserves decision In motion to have 
alimony reduced, S 14, II, 1:7 

Kemp, E., sued tor separation, 8 18. 17:0 

Moroaco, O., sued tor separate mainte- 
nance, Selma Paley named, S 8, 18:2 

Morris. W. C, obtains separation, Ag 1, 

Neltert. (Rev) J. M.. wife's suit dis- 
missed: counter claim tor separation 
also refused, Jl 12. 4;5 

O'Connor, li. C. wife, Qrace Cameron. 
sues for marrlaEe annulment. S 4. 6:3 

ParVcr, (Prof) H. C.. directed to pay wife 
(75 a week alimony pending trial of 
separation suit, S 12, 18:3 

Robertson. (Dr) J. A., sued for divorce, 
Ak 22. 8:7 

Rundle, S. H.. sued for divorce and I5O0.- 
000 all-nony. Jl 20, 4:2 

Smythe, C. sues for divorce, As SO, IT;8 

Stelgman. B. M.. sues for separation, Ag 
10. 18:2 

Van Moeeaerdon. J., sued for annulment 



wife tSO a week alimony, Ak 10. 



Bernard. (Countess) P. M.. will obtain de- 
cree. Ag 1, 17:4 
Selwyn. E., wife, Margaret Mayo, obtains 

decree. !> 14, 18:8 
Bee alio. Crampton, C. W. 
Sas Dleio-Smlth. (Lieut) F, H., " Hard- 



Reese. R. J., sued for separation. 3 14. 



Turkish court-martial for 

13. 1:2; Turks wilt ask Allies to let them 

extradite him. Jl 18. 1:2 
DOAK, w. N.— testifies before Sen Interstate 

Commerce Com on antl-atrike provisions of 

Cummins R R bill, S 28, 2:8 
DOAN. Anrnstas Ch»*eT — death and career. 

Jl 6. S0:4 

1, 13:2 



DOBBJAN8KT, (Gen) A. ... 

cancellation by N T C piollce of meeane u 
Amer Huaalan Com for the Reliet ^ndSal- 
vatlon of Russia at Carnegie Uail for ten 
of Bolshevist disorders. Jl 3, 1:1: aaka Got 
Smith tor Inquiry into action of N T C p«- 



llce, Jl 8, 3 



ulry into aL 

ed, Jl 8. 11:4 
. . _ se European War — Pmlc« Cob- 
ici Ki.v;!;— Dobrudja 
D0B80N, Edward ClennidBB— death. S S. 

DOCKS 1 ■■ •" __ _ 

N T (3— Docks and Ferries; NYC 

DOCTORS, SH references under Medical 

Profession 
DOUD, (Hn) CareUne W.— death. Jl 90. 21:4 
DODSCANK81AM IiUnds, sea Greek lalandi 
DODGB, H. FbtoItbI— ajipolnted Mln4»t.j to 

Serbs. Croats, and Blovena^ Jl 11. USS 
.„..^„ ..._,.__ .......__ ^ .. i^gi^ 



leeislatlve rec .._. .__ _, „___ 

Union. Ab 13. 28:2 
DODGE, WllUun H.— death, S 2, 17;t 

DOBBn,nfGBR, o. A.— released tmo a«<- 
maji prison where he waa dnce 19U mtter 
arrest as spy, B 22, 1B:2 
DOGS:— 
B>eei-^orden Uarathon baa b»«n wm 
permanently hy Ayer'a toam, 31 30. 17d 
Shows I— 
Amer Kennel Club— would atop doK 
matches as substitutes for lirnnaul div 
shows, Jl 20. 18:8 
Bronx County Kennel Club— Plana, 8 11. 

lB:e 
Hackenaack Kennd Clu1>— Annual ibcm, 

S 28. X. 0:7 
Newport OOK Show, As 10. 7:7: Ax IT, 

North fihore of L. I. Kennel A 

S 21. IX, *:T 
Peklnseae Cnub 

Jl 27. 18:0 
Queenalioro Kennel Club— {dan* ■ 

Liabor Dur. Aa ir 

.ode Island Kennel 
21:3 

IT. B.—QpOETtam 



Rhode Island Kennel Cluli— Plana, Jl H. 



Vlvlsectii 

DOHBifT, Edward 1,^-exonerated of dtarc* 
of obtaining passports under falaa pre- 



tenses; Slate Dept aatlsfled i 

faith, Jl IB, M:3; statement i. 

Petroleum Co, S 5, 13:2: testifies atiout 
Mexico to Sen Foreign Relatlona Cam, B 
II, 17:1; S 12, 17:1; Od, B 1' "' - • 



—will 



. 1T^(; 



adiool to train bond salesmen, Ac 21. 1' 
buys 3 properties facing Battery Fork tram 
Chesebrough Bldg Co, Ag 80, 11:1 
DOHBBTY, Hocb L.— death and carMr, As 

23, 8:7; As 24, 22:4 
DOHXBTT, Hash P.— death, Jl 27. 22:6 
DOHEBTT, w. J.— aasallB Clause of "W. H. 
Taft regarding status of Canada In Inter- 
pretations of League of Nations, Jl 3& 

DOUN. (Mrs) Bridget-death, Jl S. 13« 
DOLIN, Herman von— death. S 1, 7:4 
DOU.AR, ■•« Currener— Inflatlan; Btxdwnn 

-Dollar 
Doi.T,S— Amer export* of ras dolla ara In- 
creasing, Jl 0, II, 8:8 
.„ -„ ,„. . =__... r, . J,. J 



DOMINGE. Edward— death, S 30, 1B:B 
D0MIK01TBZ, Alfredo Bobles, 

(Pres) v., Ag 23 
DOMMER. Wllliun ADvnst-death, 8 1», U:4 
DON Region, aee Russia— Cossacka 
DONAI,D, Robert— {>urchases Iiondon GHobe. 

Ag B, 7:2 
DOMALDflON. Ertck~wiU fly across Pacltlc 

Ocean from San Francisco to home bi 

Australia. S 17. 1T:7 
D0NAI.DSOK, <Oal) V. Q., SM U. B.—Armr 

—Prison Conditions, Jl 24 



Jtdv-Sept, 1919. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



Doxunt, i 

confereaM a.t Wutbbistoii. S 2S, S:3 

DONNKLI.X, (N. Y. Aldvrmaii) Bvrurd £.— 
recora aumm&rlzed b>' Cltliena Union, S 

DONNELI-T, (Mn) Suitb M,— death, Jl 22, 

8;2; JI 24. 9:2 , 
DONNEB. Hennan HontBEu — IntervleWH 

Prea Stahlberg of Finland. Ag 10. S:l 
DONOnUE, (N T Anembl*man> CbariN D. 

record aummariied by Citizens Union, Ag 

U. 7:4 
DOKOVAN CUrsBOe W.— arrested on charge 

of receiving- stolen bonds, Ag 31. B ;B : 

charge of receiving stolen bonds diamlsaed, 

B 19, 0:5 
DONOVAN. (Hn) Jane Haheaer— death, S 

DOOLBY, Cbrlttopher I..~-de&th. S 19, 13:4 
DOOLEX, John F.— death. S 13, 11 :.■; 
DOOI.INO, John T., ire Mesne, G. B. 
DOOB8— Double door device shown at Model 
" s Eihlbltlon recenUy held In London. 



DOBtDOT. Rao III— death: visit to dying 
mother while on parole from German 

n camii recalled, S 9. 12:' 

mEA (S 8)— May be an 
.. .. O. P. Kruger-a fortune. --„ — , 

DOBR, JaUan C„ see Booka-Revtews— De- 
land. M, 

DORTBN, <Dr> H. A.— notified to cease agi- 
tation Id Amer area of occupation for sep- 
aration of Rhlneland from Federal Govt of 
Germany. S 2. 19:9 

DORTMVND. see Germany-Sparttdde Re- 



DOUAI— Receives Legion of Ht.nor decora- 
tion. 8 IS. 1:4 
DOITCHERTX, Harrr VloeeDt— death, Jl 2, 



— House ot 



13:4 
DOCGI.Aa-Pnnant (Hon) Vlole 
Lords votes to hold Inquiry on ner ois- 
mlwal from Air Force : Earl Slanhope, de- 
manding Investleatlon. aays Govt fears 
scandals. Ag 1. IS:.*! 
.».., ....___.__ ,^1 jjj day- 



DOW, -_, .. 

light aayjng 



. Ag3 



III, 1 _ 
" Edward C, i 



ord praised by « 



5 Union, Ak 



:. 22:4: Do\ „„o„v 

adopts resolutions. S 20. 4:4: Bd of Estl- 
tnate completes arranKsmcnts for funeral 
and passes resolutions. S 30. 19:4 
BOWLING, George J. B.— la pntidldate for 
DeiDocratIc nomination for Supreme Court 
Justice. Ae 11. 9:3 

nowuNG, f 



— , IB said to have bad i 

Bsalnat 4 men, Jl 17, 2:6 
DOWBON, Bmeil— «d On publication ot hia 

prote and poema, Ag 17. Vni. 41S:1 
DOXEN, (Deatroyw), ••« U, S.— Navy^ 

DOTLE, (Mrs) Annie HelMn— will, Ag 21. 

22:3 
DBA-BOEB, I.. E„ lee WaablnKton— Police, 

B 19 
»RAFT. MlUtMT, see U. S.—Anni'— Draft 
DBAPT Bds. see U. 8,— Army— Draft— Ex- 
emption Bda 
DBAGOMIROFP, ( Oen>-arTlTeB In Paris on 

mission for All-RuaalaD Govt, Jl 6, 3:0: la 

celled a monarchist by official organ of the 

Bolshevtst Govt. 3 28, 10:3 
DRAKE, (flea) Charlei B., see V. S.— Army 

—Motor Transport Corps 
DBAKB, E. W,, see Reemployment Bur 
DBAKE, Mra Joha Adanu, aee American 

Free Milk and Relief tor Italy 
DBAMA— C. B, Shaw speaks at Hampstead 

on " Present Predicament ol the Thealrs," 

Jl 13, IV, 2:8 

8es also Plays and Operas. 
DRAPER, Mn WUIUm Klanlent— tells of her 

tour of Inspection ot Red Cross work In 

PVance. occupied Germany, and Belgium, 

Jl 13. rv, 7:2 
DBAXTOM, (Blr) HenrT— Will be Canadian 

Bflnlster of Finance. Ag 3. II. 0:8 
DBEBnBN, (Gvrman C raiser) —Interned 

crew treed by Chilean Govt Ac 10, 8:1 
DBBSB, Ellas— Is temporary Amer member 

ot Peace Conference Reparations Comm, 8 

3. 2:4 
DBE8B, see FBshlons 
DBBSBLEB, Marie— tells actors' grievances 

at convention of N Y 8 Federation of 

Labor, Ag 27, 2:0: tells ot benefits chorus 

girls recdved through actors' strike, 8 6, 

DREW. John— tells striking actors that he 
and Lionel and Ethel Barrymore are with 
Bqulty Assoc Ag 11. 1 :S ; review of actors' 
strike, 3 14. in. g:l 

DBBXEB, (Jnstlee) Jaeob S.^^n^tlclsed br 
Justice Cropsey In handling of case ot Mrs 
N. Tyler. Ag i». 11:4 

DREYFUS. Balph — directed to pay wit* ali- 
mony pending trial of separation suit, Jl (, 
12:2 



13. 28:2" 

DOWNS, (R«T) John C— death, Ag 12, 0:7 

DOWNTOWN CbanbeF of Commerce— Will 
ask suapensloD of Judge Mayer's order for 
abandonment ot 4 east aide surface lines. 
8 17, 8:1: Mayer replies to protest, blames 
Hylan tor conditions, upholds higher tare, 
B la. 25:4 

DOWNTOWN League— Tribute to R. L. 
Dowllng, S 29, 4:4 

DOWSEX, Vrederiek A.-Oovt officials tn- 
vesUnte circumstances of his death; shlp- 
bldg frauds suspected: King Co Democratic 
Clob of Seattle adopts resolution demand- 
ing suspension of some Shipping Bd offl- 
dais, Jl 14. 19:2; brother asks Federal 
Mitborltles to Investigate his death : be- 
Ueves he was murdered. Jl l."i, 3:2: Seattle 
Coroner's Jury finds he died of natural 
eanaea. Jl 10, 0:4; was tnvesUgatlng alleged 



DBIOOS. _. 

pilots' strike. Jl 20, fl:t 
DRINKS, see Alcoholic Beverages; Soft 

DRINRWATEB, Ji^n— arrlvea In U. 3., S 

2K, 13:2 
DROWNING. sH Accidents; Colgate Unlv; 

Life Saving Course 

DRVO AddletlsB CI I Die— praised by Dr R. S. 
Copeland, Jl 8, 22:3; analysis ot registrar 
Hon, Ab 1. 16:2 

DRUG Addict* — Must register In N T C with 
State Dept of Narcotic Drug Control, which 
will provide them with dosage cards : leit 
of regulations. Jl B B:I : Dr Copeland calls 
doctors' attention to provision of drug act 
mnklne It necessary for addicts to have 



Jl 22. i:S\ Corporation Counsel upholds 
Health Dept pica to treat addiction as dis- 
ease and would use Warwick fnrms, Jl 2fl. 
13:3; Dr J, D, Davin discusses opinion of N 
T C Corporation Counsel to the effect that 
addiction could be considered pestilential 
disease, Jl 28. 4:8: MaJ Porter defines 
rights of physicians In prescribing drugs, 
Ag 3. II. 8:8; are getting drugs secretly, 
aaya Dr Copeland, In report on reRlstratlon 
In N T C, Ag 24, II. 1:3: will be trans- 
ported to clinic by Motor Corps of Amer, 
S 2B. 7:3 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jtay^tpt,, 1919. 



DBITO Addleta' HMpttKl, N. T. C^l 



.. ... S0:1; Copel&nd BwerU Mayor Hy- 
Un auUiorlied necotlatlon lor Rockefeller 
Foundation bldn, though he voted against 
acceptance, Jl 20, 6:1: Copeland reaaserta 
that he sousht Rockefeller Foundation rift 
with Mayor's authority, Jl *!. S:8; Sec 
DanleU allows N T C to use Pelhsm Bay 
bulldlnes. Jl 29. 12:1: Dr Copeland' an- 
nouncea that Dr R. J. WUaon will be In 
charge of hospital to be eatabllshed at Pel- 
ham Bay, Jl 10, 8:8; City Island resident* 

—ill 1.-1J .... meeting against "-" 

1, II, 6:8: Mayoi 

,_ _.ceptance of Roc 

Foundation bldgrs, As 4. 11:2; City Island 
residents oppose Pemam Bay plan, Ae G. 
»:I; Mayor Hylan ar -^ . ^ .r.. 



' plan, Ag G 
> t>.at PelRan 



V hospital, : 



resident 



B; Stal 
Bddicti 



land 



View, Ag 10, 3;8: ed, Ag 11, 10:0: Dr Cope- 
land takes posseOBlon of Sea View and trans- 
fers It over for care of addicts; Mayor Hy- 
lan says institution may be restored to 
former uses after 4 mos. As 14. 8:S; Com on 
the Prevention of Tuberculosis opposes 
houslns addicts In Sea View Honpltal. Ag 
15, 13^: Ir by B. H. Cleveland on Sea View, 
Ag 2S, 10 :B; Copeland abandons plan to use 
Sea View and will use Riverside Hospital. 
Ag 2«, 6:2; patients at Riverside Hospital 
strike In panic In false alarm as to effects 
of hyOBCln, slalement by Dr J. W. Craw- 
ford. As 30. 10:3; Dr J. P. Davin com- 
mends addicts tor strike against hyoscln 
treatment. Ag 31. 8:1 

DRUG Cltirkii_Demanda Co be submitted to 
United Drag Clerks' ITnlon by strike com. 
S 4, 4:3; Broni Co. Pharmaceutical Assoc 
backs up demands, S 10 fl:l: men Invited 
by N. y. Pharmaceutical Conference to 
attend meeting, 8 El, 3:4; men accept Invl- 
tallon to conference, S 24, in:5 

DRVO Control Camm. see N. T. S.-Drug 

DBVG Traffic—Physicians dispensing drugs 

must register before July 10. Jl 11. II, 1:7: 
Comr Roper modltlea ruling governing sale 
of narcoUcB, Ag B, 28:3 
See also Opium 
Ditro TrBftlc In Frisons— Users In Tombs 
are guarded following suicide 0( C. Van- 
derbergher, Jl 15. 17 ;7 



DRY 0**dB Trede, bh National Retail Dry 
Goods AsHiC 

DBTANDER, (Di) Ernsl vsb— tells of re- 
ligious development of Kaiser's mind, S S. 
8:6 

DttBI.lN— Riot. Jl 21, 1:4 

DDBNO, ses Bolshevlkl— ^land. Ag 14 

DC BOIB, James T,— recalls first ZeppeUn 
flight, Ir, Jl 6, III, l;8 

DV BOIB, W. E. B.— blamed by Repr Byrne* 
tor InclUng race riots. Ag S6. 14 :1 

"UEI-Si— 
Xjear, W.. anu □. u 
In ky., Jl 23. 2:3 _ 

DrEBENBERG HatsTa C*r»— Plants st 
Elisabeth, N. J. and Poughkeepale sold to 
Willys Corp, 8 3. 21:3 

nVFF. EniHt R.. see De Lamar, J. B- 

DVFF. (Mrs) Oraoe A.— adopts H. 'WardeU. 
as her son. Jl 23, 3:fl 

DrFFIELD, (Ret Dr) H«war«— eulogtics T. 
P. Shonls. S 24. 17:3 

DUFFY, Chrl«l«ph«i^-Speclal article on an- 
nual reunion of Oswego, 111., pupUs. Jl 20. 
Vll. 14:2 

DUFFT, (Rev Father) Fraacls Patrt^— 
speaks at Irish mass meeting at Hadlson 
Sq Garden for Archblahop Hayes: Prts 
Wilson biased. Jl 11, 1;4; recalls St Mlhlel 
drive, a II, 14:7 

nvFFV. FTssk— selected to attend IndustrUl 
Conference at Washington. S 23. 3:3 

nuFFY, (Rt Rev Mgr) Patrick I..— death. Jl 

DI'OOAN, Btepben— article on Flume, S 28, 
IV, 8:1 

DUJAT, Alexander— released from Sing Sing. 
Ag 23. 7:3 

DUKE. James B.— Interested In deal Invok- 
ing absorption of Amer Tobacco Co by 
United Retail Stores Corp, B 20, S :1 

DULLES, John Foster— wins Cross of th« 
Legion of Honor, Jl 10, 1B:4 

DULDTH Edison Elcctrin Co— Pf divd. S IB. 
26:6 

DI1MAR8, Fsbian E.-desth. S 2». 1S:< 

DUMDUH BdUMs, s« European 'War— 
AtrocltlcB 



: stern, Kats and Korn- 

blum arraigned and held In ball. Jl 17. 
""" le agents arreat - - - ■ -■ 



drugs, 3 6. 3:0 

DBVGOIBT8, ase ProhlblUon — Wartime — 
Druggists; Women — Occupations 

DRUGS and Chenileal»— Report prices tend- 
ing upward. Jl 3, 21 :7 

DRVM, <Brig Gea) Hogh A.— returns to 
U. S. ; Is youngest Chief of Staff of any 
allied army, jT 7, 18:2: career, ap art. 
port, Ag 24, VII. 11:1 

DRCHRIGHT, OUa.— Mayor and other offi- 
cials arrested by rioters resulting from 
telephone operators' strikH, S 24. 17.4 

DBUNRENNEBS— Heads of Institutions for 
cure of Inebriates say prohibition so far 
has not decreaaed number of psllents, S 
7. III. 10:3 

DRY DOCKS, see Shipping Bd— Dry Docks; 
U. S.— Navy— Dry Docks 

DRY Goods Stores, sae Cost of Uvlng— 
Dry Goods Stores 



DVNONT, O^rome B., see 



nrNAWAY', Frimk E.— aoes Waldorf-Astoria 
Hotel Co to recover tlD.OOO tor assault. S S, 

DUNCAN. James A,— reference to radical 
tendencies by Ole Hanson, S 1, 1:4: S IS. 
11-0' S 22. 7:3: heads radical delegation at 
conference with Pres Wilson In Seattle S 

DUNrAN, TboDias O.— death, Ag 22. 11 :« 
DUNDONALD (trfird), see Burning GlasM« 
Dt'NFF.K. (Coll TIckos— praises N T C Po- 
lice reserves In Ir to R. Wanamalter. S 

DI'NHAM, (Mr*) FloTB— death, S 2K. 13:2 

DUNLAF, William A.— renuurles first wife, 
Ag 21, IR:7 

IirNN, John F.-death. Ag 28. 11:4 

IttiNN, Kobert. see Amalgamated Textile 
Workers' T'nion 

DFNNK. Edward F.— returns to U. S. ; pre- 
llmlnarv statement on remit of mission to 
Peace Conference, Jl B, 8:3: leaves for Chi- 
cago with dc Velera. Jl li. 3:4; testifies 
at S™ Com hearing on League of Nations 
and Pence Treaty. Ag 31. 2:4 
Bee Hi no European Wai^Peaeo Conto'- 
ence— Ireland— Irish- Amer Delegates 

DUNNINQ. (Frof) Wlllism A.- 
defcnflc of H. Ford In libel au 
Chlcnso Tribune. Jl 30, lfl:7; i 
Chrifltlnnlty. Jl 31, 15:0 

DVNSANY, ( Lord )—lntervle wed 

- ■ Ag 31, VII, f- 

IHNIB, * ■- ""- 

DC FONT (Oen)— decorated with V. B. Dis- 
tinguished Service Medal. Ag 16, 4:3: say* 
allied troops will occupy Slleala. 8 10, U:t 






JulihSept^ 1910. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



Technology, S H, IV, 7:1 



t rund of MasB. Institute o 



betterment of r 



ral education In Delaware, 



lU PONT, T. Colemui, Me Vulcan Steel 
Products Co 

PONT BecarlUe* Ca— ReorsanliatJon 



DV _- 

plan halted tor lack of ruling 
ruling. Ab 17. 12:1 

DrOCBSNE, (Capt) Frlti Joabert— reported 
In Mexico after croBslng border In airplane, 
Ak 31. 11:1 

DCOl'KHNE Uiht Co of Plttibnrsh— First 
mortsaee bond Issue taken by local syndi- 
cate. Jf 10. 20:6; quarterly dfvd, S 20, 17;1 
Jo»B. lee Peru— Revolutionary 



Plot 



DURANTT. Waltei^-oays hope 
triple alliance *lth V. B 

land, Jl 1, "" " "■ 









■ in triple alliance *ith . 
' " 1, 13:2; says Clemenceau la ez- 

f. .3 remain In power. Jl 2, 8:2; tells 

how people In devaalated regions of France 
start move to help themselves, as Govt 
aid Is withheld, Jl 3. 0:3: Interviews Ru- 
manian Premier Bratlano, Jl 4, 3:S: de- 
scribes parade of U. 8. troops In Paris 
on 1th of July, Jl 5, 8:2: tells of proposal 
of Deputy Guielan for 120,000,000.000 lottery 
for aiding aufferers of devastated regioOB, 
Jl t, 10:1; cites attack of L,e Matin against 
fSrench Govt, Jl 11, 15:6: says Italian pride 



Paris. Jl 16, 3:2; discusses steps 'taken by 

J r ■ ' 

. . „ e In ^a__. 

planned for July fist, Jl 18, 15:6: teUs of 
atUck of F. Bouillon on Clemenceau for 
hla Italian policy, Jl 20, 2:B: says Lebrun, 
Minister of Liberated Regions, has resigned 
from French Cabinet. Jl 21, 1:7; teUs of 
panic In Breton vlllaKB over "mad cow" 
meat, Jl ZT, 3:S; articles on sale of n. 8. 
army supplies to the French, Jl 30, 13:6: 
Jl 31. 2 :8; tells of proposed Credit National 
to adjust French eichange ; says Thrace 



; says J. Catllaux may not be placed ol. 
trial, S 10, IS :S : ouotes Ir ot MoJ R. Carter 
telling of mutilation of memorial to Quen- 
tln Roosevelt S 12, 1T:4; tells ot bcUet in 
Paris that German prlsonen defaced me' 
morlal to Roosevelt S IS, 10:7; reports 
Prof Brubnes's sugBeatlon for intematl 
money to solve exeluuis« problem, S 16, 
3:6; dtes Paris press commant on occu- 

Satlom of Flume by d'Amiundo, B 17, 2:8; 
lacusses Allies' Russian poHcy. 8 17, 17 :4 ; 
writes of danger to U. B. In tips«t lorelBii 
exchanKe, 8 zl. 6:1: declares that FInme 
propagranda is flooding: Paris, 8 24. 4:2: 
tells of appeal to Pres Wilson by Bes- 
sarabia. S 24, 10:8; discusses probaUe 
effect on proletariat of seizure of Flume 
by d'Annunzlo. H 27. 4 :4 

DCRBCB, (Mrs) Blliabeth Anb-death, Jl 
8. 11:4 

DVBI08, see SoclallstiS-^UKOslavla. Ak U 

DITRRANT. <Lt) B. ».— comments on R-34 
flight. Jl 14. 2:1 

nVKVKA, (Mrs) Bertha PerriB-death, Jl 

War Relief. Ine— Nina Lt Duryea 



India* — Loan oversubscribed. 



■. As 13, 1 

DUTCH Kait Indies— Elxport license require- 
ments modltlod, Ag 2t,_Il. 7:7 
UIJTIRB. iiie Customs; Tariff 
DTINHK. see Bolshevlkl— Uthuanla 
DVORAK. (Dr) AntoalB-^. G, Huneker re- 
calls his arrival In U. S., Ak 24. IV S:I 
DWIOBT, (Mrs) A. B.—receives Croix de 

Guerre, Ag 1, 28:2 
DWIOHT, (HaJ) William B., tee National 

Security League 
t>YAR, Ralph K.— how he wrote and sold his 
play A Voice in the Dark, Ag 3, IV, 2:0; 
signs with A. H. Woods, Ag 4. S:7 
DYATT. Kobcrt J.~-death. Ae S, B:4 
DYKR. Mrs Edward TUfur— death and ca- 



■. Jl 10. ] 



r in Chinese marketa, Ag 



Union, Ag 4, 



French, Ag ^ 



tells how French authoribr wanu oi blun- 
ders In food control, Ag S, 3:3; aaya Uln- 
Ister Noulena calls transportation chief 
food price difficulty, Ag 9, 3:4: asserts that 
Allies' rlvaliY is a factor in Rumanian 
aggreaaioii la Hungary, Ag 9. 6:4; gives 
many reasons tor decOiie of franc As 10, 
4:1; saya Paris complains ot cable deuTS, 
Ag 10. S;6; article on Rumanian dtuatloil. 
As 12. S:2; tsUa how trsnsportatiMi delays 
raise food prices, says CoQMnnars' Leacue 
finds than more baxieful than profiteering, 
Ag U, 2:S; declaims that British look to 
U. 8. to guard Armenia. Ag 16, 1S:S; sun 
cut in food prices Jnteresta Parts, Ag 16, 



sponsible for Caporetto disaster, „ , 

4:6: article on Joff re-Gall lent dispute, Ag 
21, 11:1; shows how Jotfre was ousted as 
generalissimo by politicians and rival "■"- 
erala. Ag 23, 3:1; telle ot Influence 

C. Hoover in deliberations ot Sui 

Council of Ptuce Conference, Ag 26, 15:8; 
discusses Bratlano's defiance of 8upreme 
Council. Ag 28, 6:1; cites protest Of M. 
Trumbltch against Rumanian attitude In 
Banat of TemesiVskT, Ag 80, 6:1; discusses 
ferment in Balkan States, S 6, 1S:3; tells 
ot O, R. Clerk's mission to Rumania, S 7. 
6:4; deacribea French tjrmpoiivxa on cost 



mpfetion of 

experiments. Jl 20. 14:3 

England— Plans for handling of dyes, 8 14. 
II, 0:0 

German Dyes— Baden Aniline and Soda 
Works increases capital for world trade 
campslgn. Ag S, 21:3; Garvan asks Pres 
Wilson for an order to buy German dyes. 
Ag 27, 20:3: B. S, Graves, representing 
textile men, says Amer industries wm 
suffer If products are barred. S 14, III, 
12:1; W. Duranty says Amer dye expert 
sees danger of unsettled foreign exchange 
restoring Germany's monopoly, S 21, 6:1: 
Ir from J. H. Choate, Jr., says foreign 
control should be destroyed in U. B., B 
25. 14:7 

See also Protection of Amer Industry, 
below 

German Pro|>erty in U. S.—Roessler and 
Hasslacher Interests, covering stocks In 3 
companies, sold at public auction to Amer 
Aniline Products Co by Alien Property 
Custodian. Jl 19, 7:4 

Germany — Germans complain they are ob- 
liged to show plants to competitors, Jl 16, 
27:8: Interallied Rhineland Comm decides 
to hold 20D00 tons tor awhile, Jl 14, 4:4 

Protection of Amer Industries— Text of Ir 
from Repr Moore to J. H. Choate, Jr., 
asking further inquiry Into operations ot 
Chemical Foundation, Jl 12, 3:6: Qarvan 
tells House Ways and Means Com that 
German agents are opposing Govt control 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. /«^-iS«pL, 1919. 



DTEaTDFFfl:— ProtecUoD ot Amer indiw- 
trtea 4 continued)— 
ot ImporUi repUea to Repr Hoore, oUer- 
lug to realKD any or all 8 ofricea held, U 
anythlns IncompatlMe to holding them 
can tra msseMed, Jl IT, 1T:1: War Trade 
Bd will Dot iMue Import Uceiues. Jl 24. 
i:S; UceoBtoK of Imports dlscuaaed at 
•eml-anniul meetlnx of Amer Assoc ot 
Woolen and Worsted litn. As 6, 13:3; 
Natl Elxpoaltlon of Chemical Industries 
urgea Govt support. S 24, M:Si Ir from 
J. H. Cboste, Jr., says forelsn control 
should be destroyed, S 29, 14 :f 
Be* alae Tariff— Dyestuffs and Chemicals ; 
U. S.— Congress— BlllB-Dyestuff U- 



■aoda Injured. Jl 1, 17:4; relief la being 
organized by Rome: King Victor Emman- 
uel Roea to stricken region, Jl 2, 17:4; 
relief ruahed from Florence with aid of 
Allied air aervlce; further tremot> at 
Uarradl, Jl 3, B :1 : Magello valley 



Mexico— Double shock near Collma; Pacific 

fleet shaken, Ag 4, 1 :4 
Nicaragua shaken. Je 1, 17 :B 
Salvador ahaken, Jl 1, 17:5 
Washington, D. C— Tremor registered at 

Georgetown Univ. Jl 7, 12:8 
EASEiXY, Ralpb—speska on labor problems 
at meeting of Natl Civic Federation, S 12, 



EAST LethUi 

Strike 
BABT Bt. I.onli, 



Coal— British Miners' 



BAST 8t Lenis'and Snbnrbu By Co, see 

Street Rys— Strikes— East fit IjOuIb 
EABTEBN Bond M Seenritlas 0»-Offlce 
raided by Dlat Atty's office and papers 
and chemical samples seized : B. Branden- 
berg arrested on charge ot grand larceny, 
Ag S. e:2 
EASTERN Holding Co., see Ford Motor Co 
EAHTMAN, E. R., ■«« Dairymen's I.eaBue 
EASTMAN, Oeorre— Announcement of gift 
of 13,000,000 for establishment of schoofof 
music In connection with Unlv of Roches- 
ter: will combine highest types of music 

and moving pictures. Ag B. IT ' ■ * 

S 28, IX. 8:S 

. . _ .upholds 



EA6TOM, Kenei^-a^polnted ., 

MlnpeapoUs S S Co. following diarges of 
mismanagement Ag 14, 10:1 

KASTVIEW, see Uo^ltals— llUltaiT^Base 
Hospllul 3e 



EASTWOOU. <Ur> CUnl 



> W.-death. 8 U, 



EBEBLB <>In> E. A.— death, Ag 4 
EBERT, (Pref) r ■ — - 



VMeta _ ___. 

War Trade Bd, Jl 20. : 
DTKMAM, Heuy Trewbridge— death, I 

DYNAMITE— Wholesale thefts of dynamite 
In Pittsburgh. Jl 4. 4:3 
See ala* Bomb Explosions 
BAQAN. JebB F.— appointed supt Of trans- 
portation of B R T. Ag 2S. 18:8 
BAOAN, FatilBk— death. Jl 0, 1T:S 
BAGIiES, Fnterul Order si— Convention, 
Ag 21, 18:4: Ag 22. U:2: favors seU-deter- 
mlnation tor Ireland, Ag 23. 18 :S 
BAKIMB, Kdwaid H.— death. S 14, 10:11 
BARLBK, Conellni J^-dlsbarred, Jl 4, 18:2 
BARUNOTOM Hetel, ■•« War Camp Com- 
munity Service 
BABTBaoAKB SpeclalUt, see Belar. Albin 



Peace Treaty-Signs bill ™tlf>1ng It, Jl U. 

Presidency— Sworn In. Ag 33. 1 :4 

Salary reduced. S SS. 1S:3 
ECKMAKUT, <Mh) a Bale 

1. 11:4 
ECLAIU, I', (Paris newspaper). 



Inter 



trol ot r,.,, 

state Commerce Com, Jl 0, 17:3 
BABTMAN, Max— correspondence with R. 



European War- Reconstruction 
ECONOMIC Wat on Oermaay, sei 

ECONOMY, tee Thrift 
BflTAllOBi- 

Congress opens. Ag 12. lB:fl 

liiLt for S4. 000.000 Guayaquil loan Intro- 
duced. S B, t2:t 

Idbor. M-c L^bor— Ecuadoi 

I'GanH-'CampaIgn (o teach freed peons du- 
ties of liberty, Jt SO. II. i:2 
EllUY, (Mrs) Mary Baker O., see Chrlstlaa 

Science Church 

BDQAB. E. Maeksy — discusses economic 
(iltuation In Eneland, In article In Sper- 
ling's Journal, Ag 24, 3:1: reply from Sir 
IL Rowell, who pre.<lcts keen ship rivalry 
from U. S,. Ag 29, 6:3; predicts r****"* 
of oil control to En^and. S 21. 4:1 

EDOAR, (Mrs) Marie — Ir on condltiooa bi 
Italy, Jl 25, 10:8 - 

EDGE, (U. 8. Hea) Waller Bvaaa— denlei 
Intimation of Sen Borah that project etn- 
bodied in bill for corporation under govt 
supervision to finance handling of Amtr 
exports Is related to league of MattaDS. 
Jl 3, 5:4; speaks at Biles' convention: say> 
air conquest ends America's Isolatian, Jl 
8, 3:3: Introduces bill for formation of 
foreign finance corp to extend Amer export 
trade: statement on scope, Jl IS. 11:8: 
bankers' views, Jl 17, 27:3; addresses Amer 
Mfrs Export Assoc at Hotel McAlpta 
luncheon, dlscusseB trade problan, uine 
Increased production. S IS, 18:1: oOen 
resolution as compromise on Jofaaaoa 
amendment to Ijeague of Nations in ragafd 
to Britl^ empire's vote, 8 is, 8:3: advins 
Republicans In N J to dodge prohlbltloo 
Issue at state convention, 8 &. 3:B 

BDOB, WiUiam— death. Ag 25. 11:4 

BDOE Bill, see Commerce— Export Trade- 
Financing Problems 

BDINBUKOH Cnlv— Calls Prof N K Smith 
to chair of moral phllosorihy. Jl S, 8:3 

EUINOTON. Jobn A. MaxwvU— article oa 
origin of Earl Halg's title, Ag 17, IV, lOJ 

EDISON, Cliarle»— will be treaa of Natl So- 
cial Unit Organization: statement. Ag U, 
G:4 

BUISON, Thomas AJvab— Ir read heton Nad 
Electric Rys Comm pleads for faimssa lo 



Amelia M.— death, Jl 22, 



snt 



Julv-Sept^ 1010. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



■ refer«iie«* under Journalists 
BDKIMB, Thamu WUUbik— death. J1 17. 13:4 
■DHONDB. Ju»B— Ir on army bonus. S 10, 

10:7 
EDMONDS. Onne I..— testUles tO Sen Por- 
elBTi Relations Com about La Revlsta Uexl- 
cana financed by Mexican Govt for propa- 
KEUida purposes In U. 3.. 5 17, 5:2 
KUDCATION:— 
Amerlcanlxatlon Work— N. A. K. Bugbee 
addresses Federated School Bds at Ocean 

Americanize America, J] 12. 6 :1 

Belirtum— Final assets of Belgian Relief 
Comm will t>e devoted to education, at 
H. Hoovers susECStlon. Ag 30. 4:7 

Brail Uan students arrive In U. 8. to at- 
tend Ajner coUescs: statement by P. V. 
Shaw. A« 24. 7:f 

China — Progress discussed by Dr Pine Wen - 
Kuo in speech to China Soc. Jl 28. 2:0 

Classics; see Classics 



( rural education, Jl 4, 

Ecuadoi^-Govt starts campaign to teach 
freed peons duties at liberty. Jl 20. II. 

E^land— Ed on article by t>r G. R. Parkin 
In The Atlantic Monthly saying that more 
than half the number of Amer candidates 
for Rhodes scholarships fall to pass en- 
trance examinations, S3. 12:4: ed on 
pamphlet distributed by Ministry or Re- 
construction, ■■ The Classics in British 
Education." 3 11, III, 1:S 

European Students in Amer Unlvs— State- 
ment by E. WadEWorth. Ag 25. U:2 

Prance— Teachers" Congress votes for sf- 
flUatton with General Confederation of 
Labor. S 20, 28:4 
8ae ■■■o Amer Com for Devastated 

French Stud en ta— Alliance Amerlcalne plans 



students, winners of aoholsL 

by A B F students In France, arrive In 
U. S, : will study under dlrecUon of Amer 
Unlv Union. S 10, 14:7 

Itathema tics— General Education Bd srants 
■ppropriatlon to Natl Mathematical Assoc 
of Amer to Improve curriculum of second- 
ary schools. As 18. 24 :2 

Mexico — Schools closed outside Federal dis- 
trict because of lack of funds. SO, 3:G 
Negroes, see Negroes— Education 

Russia— Alt Russian Govt will call congress 
to consider development of public educa- 
tion. Jl 29, 3:5 

School Houses, ■» School houses 

Secondary Schools— General i:ducatlon Bd 
grants appropriation to Natl Mathemati- 
cal Assoc of Amer to Improve curriculum. 
Ag 18, 34:1 

Siberia— P. J, Popoff tells of work of P. 
Makushin In establishing libraries and 
schools. Jl 0, III, 2:3 

South— General Education Bd announces 
plan to extend work, S 2, 4:5 

Spain— Improvement program discussed by 
Prot J. Castlllelo, Ag 17, IV. 10:1 

Swedish- Amer Exchange of Students- 
Names of 10 Americana who will go to 
Sweden announced by Amer- Scandinavian 
Foundadon, Jl 0, 8:4 

u. S.— Country should take over educational 
leadership, Comr ClBJtton says. In Ir to 
college and unlv presidents, Jl 13. II, 
I:T: views of Q. B. Perry on America as 
world leader, S 7, It. 1:2; Ir from a 
former teacher on shortcomlnga. S 7, HI, 



EDUCATION (continued):— 
Bee also Cbsslcs; Colleges: Commercial 
Education ; General Education Bd : 
Knights of Columbus ; Natl EJducatlon 
Assoc: N T C-Educatlon Bd; N. Y. S.- 
Educatlon Dept; Schools; Teachers' 8ala- 
^... ,. ^ ^...__^__ ^._ Vocational 



U. S.— E( 



Education ; 



colleges and 



EDUCATION Bdi, see Federated School Bds; 
N T C— Education Board 

EDVCAtlON Dnr, H. 8., see U. S.-r-BdUCa- 
tlon Bureau 

BDCCATION Dept. V. 6.. see U. S.— Con- 
gress— Bills-Education Bill 

BDDCATIONAI. AUluice— Flans told of liy 
Dr H. Flelschman. Director: community 
work, S 14. ir. 4:1 



EDWAKD, AllHrt, Prinee 



> Wales>-VlBltS 
" 17:4 '—- 
nessage. 8 " 

Visit te V. 8.!— 

Aeronautics— Win be starter In N T-To- 
ronto race. Ag 1, 11 :2 : la unable to start 
race. Ag 26, 1:^ ; receives Ir from Mayor 
Hjlan. !r from W C C S, and copy of 
The Times sent in N Y-Toronto race, Ag 
27. 4:3 



Automtimie— "Buys "Victory " Arrol-Johns- 

ton car, S 14, IV. 12:2 
■Banff. Alberta— Visit, S 18, 2:S 

Editorials— The guest of the nation, Jl 27, 
III, 1:4: Welcoming a Prince up north, 
Ag 14. 8:0; ed on Ottawa welcome, Ag 30, 
8^; ed on N T C Bd of Aldermen's re- 
fusal to appropriate city money for re- 
ception, S S, 12:5; The Prince and the 
oats. S 12, 12:4; ed on taking filer In 
wheat and riding bucking bronco, 8 13, 
10:5 

Edmonton, Alberta— Visit, 8 13, 10:7; 
pitches In baseball game. S 14, 12:1 

Fishing trip on Nlplgon Lake, S 8, S:3; 8 
9. 0:2 

Fort William. OnL— Visit. SB, 0:2 

Halifax— Sails for city; preparations. Af 
17. 10:3; arrives, Ag IB, 11 :B; official 
landing: visit to ruins caused by 1B17 ^- 
ploslon; Ag 19, 17:3 

Icebergs— Cruiser Dauntless will locate 
bergs on shipping lane to Insure safe ar- 
rival In Canado, Ag 10. 4:7 

Indians— Made Chief of the Stoney tritie of 



Cavour to proceed to Halifax to take P 
tn welcome. Ag 13. 7:8 
Montreal— Informal sl^teeelng vl^t, 8 3, 



John and govt of New Brunswick. Ag IS, 
1:4. 7:2 

New York City — Duke and Duchess of Rox- 
burgh e come to city to meet him, Ag 24, 
3:8; accepts Mayor Hylan's invitation to 
visit city, Ag i%. 3 :8 1 ed on Bd of Alder- 
men's refusal to appropriate city money 
for reception, S B, 12:5; Royal Air Force 
extends Invitation to dinner. S 21, 8:! 

Newport — Societies will give reception In 
his honor. Ag 9, 9 :S 

Ottawa— Reception, Ag 29. 3:1 ; Ag tO 



Hen 



e U- S.— Army— E^ducatlon of 



tertaJnment, Ag It, 
;orlc scenes, Ag It, 
jply, Ag 23, 18:G: 
1:4; leaves, Ag IE, 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JvJi/^upU, 1919. 



■DWABD ADMrt, Prlniw at WalM (eantln- 
tt«d):— 
ReveUtoke. B. C.— opens DomlnlDii P*.rk, 

S ZZ, E:fl 
B»IlB from Bnrluid ; pr«M commenta. Ag 

__, J &nd reception. Ag 13. 

1:2: recatta; steepe In room occupied In 
leeo by KTandfather. Bdlran) VII, As M, 
16:5: ed on welcome, A( 14, 8:0 
8«ak*to«n, Sask. — Attend* cowboy abow 



jwollen from handflhakea, 8 B, T :1 

Toronto— Welcome, Ak M. IS:^: lacked out 

of Toronto Unlv, Ak 3T> B:3: demonBtra- 

tlona. As 28, 2 :3 



■GG8 (contlnned) :— 

SelniKB-Datrolt Mid NaahTtlle, A« IS, l:e; 
PottlMid, He, Ak IB, 4 :B 

State Laws— Food autborltlea •UKce't adop- 
tion ot unUorm laws for better essa. As 
)S, 2:8 

British Pt«tectorate— Denounced br Oov J. 
W. Folk at hearlnc of U. 8. Sen Forelcn 
KelaCiona Com. Ag 2S, 4:2 

Detention of Amor CorrMpondent, w* 
Herald. N T 

Revolt— Sec Hannawortli tella Commona of 
casualtiea : review of dlaordera. JI 2S, 1 :S 

U. B. Sen— Sen Borah reada to U. 8. Sea 
charECB of reported carnage on Ntl« br 
Brltlab soldiers as example of what 
League of Nation! expects of U. S.. Ac 
IB, IT ■&; DemonstratJona over false report 
of U. S. Sen action on Independence. S 4. 
17:7 
■XBMANIf, Hrs Antsa— deatb, Jl 27, 22:0 



BDWAKDa, BdwanI 



, _. . Democratic 

nomination for Oov of N J, S 24, 1 :4 
BDWAKD8, Edward W.. SM Bums Natl 



EDWAKD8, Helen— acauitted Of charges of 
vacraiwy after retrial by Jtidfe Hcintyre. 

EDWARDS, (Hti) Harla I.al*a MeClnre d* 
-^eath. 8 IS, 13:4 

EDWARDS, WnUam H.— will sail for Eu- 
rope and make survey of relief worit belnr 
done In France and BelKlmn by Red Croas, 
As 18, 24:6; wlU Spend vacation viattlng 
war-devastated regions of Francs and Bel- 

eum. Ac 22. 2:3 returns to U. S. : sa^s 
S. must aid France and Balsium, 8 20, 



Prof.' C^ D. Hasen's book, 
Europe. Jl 13. VIII, 305:1; win r>e pre- 
sented with sift by Danlsb friends. Jl 10. 
8*; reviews The Covenanter, JI 27, VlII, 
381:1; review of W. H, Dawson's booh The 
German Emigre, As 17, VIII. 413:2: Ag 24, 
VIll, 425:2 
BOBBBT, (Dr) Janes C, sea Columbia 

Unlv— Home Study 
EOENBB, (Mme) lItiuil*~arrlveB In U. B., 

S 23, 20:S 
BOOB I— 
Italy— fi.000,000 spoil In Oenoa when labor 
and food disorders sidetrack American 
shipment Jl 26. 18:2; ed. JI 26. 8:5 
N T C— Reported offer to Comr Day to sell 
00.000 doien tor re-sale at 1-cent profit, 
Ak 31, 1S:3; Comr Day's ir on proposal 
to sell BKKs. S 3. 4:2: Comr Day says 
N Y C has made contrHct wUh firm to 
receive ckks at 52 to M cents a doien, 
8 21. 18:3: sale from rollInK stores. S 24, 
27:4: S 25. 0:1: price of those sold from 
roUlns stores must be Increased. 6 27, 
18:1; dealers complain of prices charged 
by roUlns atores, S SO. 20:3 
Profits— Dlacuased by B. B. Murray, Ak 
1». 12:8 



As 30, 7 :2 
Sea •!■«, NYC, alMve 
U. 8. Paclfk Fleet-Visit to flsKshlp New 
Mexico abandoned because of Illness 
aboard ship, S 24, 7:2 
Vancouver— Oueat at dinner at Vancouver 
Club: leavea tor huntlnc and tlshlng trip 
DO Vancouver laland, S 24, 7:2 
Weatmlnster, B. C— Opens exhibition, S 30. 

21:4 
Wlnnlpes— Oreetlns : opens new water sys- 
tem, S^IO, 16:6; vMts Oraln Bxchonse 
and takes nier. S IL 16 :1 ; ed, S 12. 12 :4 
BDWABDB, (M«J Oen) Cluenee H.— asks 
that soldiers on coast defense be sllowed 
to wear civilian clothes while on pass or 
furioUKh, Jl 19. 16:4: eds on reasons given 
tor permission for soldiers to wear clvll- 
lan clothes, Jl 21. 10:4, B; protests pay rate 
In army, 8 27. 10:2 
BDWABD8, E. A., see Publishers' PrtntJoK 
Co. 



Constituent Aasemt>ly, As H, 0:5 
E1CHOI.Z, Edward C, see Simmona ft Slade 
ElDUTZ, Otte M.— says bulldlns traCcs 
due to radicals. 8 287X1. 1:8 



BIOHT-KOVB Day, 

BlGHTK At Use, see New York Rys C 

EIN8TE1N. JdUbb— estate. As 30, 11:2 

EINSTEIM, William L.— death, Jl 2B, 9:3 

E18BMANM Magnsta Corp— New orsanixa- 
Uon takes over business of Elsemann Has- 
neto Co; list of directors. As 13, 20:3 i a 

BlaKKUIHR, <Otte) a Bros, Ibo— Pt dlvd, 
a 12, 22:7 

BIBINOEB. jB»b 8., see University Settle- 
ment Soc 

EISNBR, Knrt~-ejwtilty KTsintad to widow 
and children by Bavarian Govt, Ak 13. ISil 

BITBl. Friedriefa, Frlaee at Praasl*— aaks i 
Kins Qeorge to accept surrender at himself I 
and brothers Instead of ths former Oerman 
emperor, Jl 6, I :J 

EKATEBINBURO, see Russia— Bolshevist 
Govt— Ural RoKlon, Jl 3 . 

BI.ECT loirs— Industrial candidates tor Con- 
Kress and seneral assemblies called for by 
Chlcaso convention of Socialist Party, 3 ' 
8, 0:8 
Sea also names of Statea 

ELECTBIC Brad * Bbara Cs— Pf and com 
dlvd, Jl 10, 24:2 i 

BLBCTBIO Brs, SM Street Rys I 

BI.BCTRIC StorBKs Battery C»— Pf and com 
dlvds. 8 4. 21:4 

ELBCTBICAL Shew— Opens In N Y C. S S. j 
13:3; microphone and other war derlcea 
displayed. 8 30, 6:4 I 

BLECTBICAI. UtUKlM Carp— Pf dlvd. Jl S. 
18:0 

BI.B0TBIOAL Workers' Sbrik*— TaoomK. 
Wash.— Strikers hold demonstratlmt In b*- 
haU of Hooney, JI 8, 32 :2 I 

ELEOVBIOITY, see aoddenta 

EI,BCTROOCTION, see Capital PanUunent r 

BLBTATED Bys — Note— For convonlenoa In 
Indezlns. all material on fares has bean en- 
tered under Street Rya I 
Re* alio Accidents, N Y C— Elevated Rvs 

KLEVATOB Workers— Strike of machinists 
and patternmakers at A. B. Sea Beraur 
Co factory In Jersey Ctty. As SO, 2:2 



home; Jl 1 



In bcr 

S:B: ooroner'a lurr flbda Ae 



details of Cor- 



oner's Inquest; scandal c^iusea alnd. jl 
13, 3:1 

KUOT, (Sir) Cbarles— appointed BrltUi Amb 
to Japan. S 22, IT :2 

EUOT, (Dr) ObaHea WlBlaiw Letter urs- 
Ins Immediate ratification of peace treaty, 
Jl 1, 12:7; Ir ursInK pivmpt ratlflcatlMi et 
peace treab wiOi or wltbout reservattMA 
Ak 23. J£-\.'^ ■**.^ ^■^- *='"*^ *» 



Industrial peace, 8 n. m, S'-l 

""■J, (Dr) Br ■- - --•• 

■, Jl U. I>:S 



/HJr5«fit, i0J0. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



ritb^ 



•t tta Bal«laii^-wm EHBAKGOXS m Importi i— Brltlih (oontln- 



TlBlt U. 8. Wll 

pica tor P«niia 

dted by G- A. Krader, S SB, 14:1 
ir>ta:^^ Tlalt to C. 8. with KlnK Albert, 
Ma Albarb Kins 

ILK Bwdi 

Jl U, 21: 



13. 21:4 
ELMELS8, Kn Bwnnal-dMtl) and OWMT. 

A« 7, 7:4 
■LKIN, W. B— Letter on ainn Fain B«- 

publle, n 17, 12:7 
]BLK8, Me Benerolent and Protective Order 

ELKD8. Abram I. — aaya ezodua of labor to 
Eunve trom V. B. !■ one of the caiuae 
or houalnB problem. Jl I. 0:2; breaka arm 
In polo game. Jl 13, 22:8: speaks at dinner 
flven 1^ Women's Democratic Political 
' —. P. Walsh; hopes for libera- 



tion of Ireland. 8 24, 1 



Jl U. n. 1:4 



21:3 



Bepr) Blohanl N.— offers 
for report on expenses 



KLIIOTT, 

resolution „ _-. -- 

of Amer peace delegation. Jl 13, 2: 
ELUOTT. BaniDel— esfitte, Ar 12, 2T:2 
KUJB, (Uent) Albcat— deatE. Jl 27, 1:3 
XLLIB, (Mrs) Betta, see Vernier, Clarence H. 
KUJB, (Dt) wmian T, SM Herald, N T 



a N T C— Education 



EI.I.8WOBTB, 8. J.. * 

Bd— Public School M 
XLMIB RalwrtB (miiBltlons sehiMBer)— Elz- 

ploBlon. As 28. 1S:2 
ELHTBA Water, Usht ABB C»-Pf dlvd. 

S M, 17:1 
EIjBXT, T. ArthBr~-lr on htsslnB of Pres 

Wilson at Irish mass meetlns. jr]7, 12 :S 
EUHAIf; Bal^t— predicts coal famine. As 



ELT, Oeers* W.- 



»5""^ 



) obtained I.. _ _, ._ __ 

ir vehicles and shoes from U. S., 
* " ' Import dutlCB lifted on 

"■■ B from ir, 8., As 

, ^m ^ 

maKes Amer traders In England sus- 
picious. As 21, 1S:5; aniline dyes and 
optical ^BSS only will be barred, A« 
22. ISiS: EoEland will open market to 
American soods: restrictions are re- 
tained only o~ "" — ' """" 



eated and Indicted for 

murder of G. HaU. JI 1& (1 :2 
KIXKBT, (I.t) BmeH *., see U. 8.— Navy— 

Oraft 
-- - - S 18, 18:S 



} ru^ 8 2, 



Jl 20, II, 7:4 

proves Govt's declaration o. 

fterman Imports. Jl 25. 3:3 
Indian— Import reatrictlons on Amer soods 

removed, Jl 6, II. S :S 
Itallaa — IjonE-standlns discriminations 

aealnat U. S. a^- -' -^ ' " — 

S^l: removed ci 

Iff Bsolnst Oermany; Govt 

- — conditions foi 



a Bech Of Houae Com. B e, 10:7 

EIXIOTT, JohB— death, Jl IS. 13:2 
ELUOTT, Xume— MTives In U. 8., B 14, 



,-, _ be removed! Jl 2.. 
Amer spods. strons t&r- 
^vl >-- — — — 

ons r^. 

_. .... _. __. ; decree relatlns ti_ 

man and Austrian goods Is being pre- 
pared by Govt. Jl 2S. 27 :E ; Forelsn and 



trade rules. As 3. II. 7:5; Britlah ( 



. As 7. 

Polsud — General license required for all 
soods: list of articles importation of 
which Is forbidden. Jl 20, II. 7:8 
EMBl'.ZZI.EMEKTH and Ucfaleatlans:— 
Falibanks (N. K.) Co, robbed of 140,000: 
former cashier, S. WlUo*. and chief dork. 
J. Gould, arrested. 8 9: S:3 
North Penn Bank, aec North Penn Bank 
See also Larceny 

— -Y Machine— Offered In N T 

10:5 
n A.— arrives In N T C from 



shops, J] 2 
EHBRT, Jo 



ELT, ijsitrnde— receives CrolS de Ouerre and 

bronxe atar: war actlvltes. B S, 3:fl 
KLT, (MbJ Osb) Haasen B.—tells of croas- 

1ns the Mease by t!th Dlv, Jl 20. II. 2:1; 

arrives In U. 8.; decoraHons, Jl S, 10:4 
KHBABOOE8 •> Xxporta, see Commerce— 

Export Trade— Kestrlctions : War Trade Bd 
XMBABOOBS •> iaiMrtsi— 

ABerieoB, see War %^e Bd 

Amer Chamber of Commerce Review pre- 
dict* continuance of restrictions. As 
S, 7:4 

Oeddea. (Sir) A— defends limit on Im- 
ports, tells Parilsment restrictions are 
Justified, says report by Amer Cham- 
ber of Commerce In London, Jl 9, II, 
1:8 

Hodery— Importation restricted, Jl 0, n, 

Ust'of restrictions. Jl S, II. 5 2 
Luxuries restricted to protect exchange 

where balance of trade Is osalnst Ens- 

Und, Jl 18. S:3 



Rubs 

'r ■ PpIIh nf T^nlflhfivlflt >irtrmr„. „,„„!„ 
„. . „. ed. Jl 2. 

12 :S: teUe N. T. 8. Ledslatlve Com on Bol- 
shevlam about Bolshevist terrorism In Si- 
beria, Jl B, 17:1; ed, Jl 11. 10 :i 
XHI>EM (cTDlser), see Mueller (Capt) E von 
EHEB80M, Jehu— review of the actors' 

strike. S 14. Ill, 8:1 
BMEBSON, K«id«n-Ilfe story of Admiral 

Kolchak, Ag 17. Ill, 10:1 
EHKK80M, K. W.— letter on War Risk In- 
surance, a 27, 12:0 
EMERBON. Sarah— estate, Jl 18. 2T;3 
EMEHT, John J. — court annuls part of his 

will. Jl 28, 20;4 
BMEBy * Beers Co, IDO— Pt dlvd, Jl 4, 14 :S 
BMIO RATI ON— Exodus of labor Is ons cause 
of bouslns crisla, A. I. Elkus says, Jl 1, 
0:2; sp art on Jugoslav movement, As 24, 
VII. 14:1; Pree Wilson asks Congress to 
extend until I yr after the proclamation of 
peace the passport act of May 22. 1618, Ag 
2S. 1:7; A. Camlnettl shows tv figures that 
present condition Is normal, S 12, 17:7; ed. 
Returning Immigrants, 8 1C,10:2 



German Govt and In plot to spread 
propaganda among aoldlera of Amer army 
of occupation, Jl «, 9:5; appears in Berlin 
and pleads against extradition to Aroer 
Army headquarters, Jl 11. 10:2 

EHOTION8, see Paton, (Dr) S. 

EMPIBE CUr Safe Deposit Os— ZHvd. Jl 2D, 
21 ;S 

dlvd, Jl 12. i 



THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. JvlySept^ 1929. 



BXPIBE Irani Cs— SUtement. 8 30, 21 :S 
BMri/OYXKe> Iitaion «I H«n«r, Ha Soldiers 
and Sallora, Reh&bllltatlon— Elmployment 



Problem-U. 8. 
BMPr,OTBKa- UablUty, 

Compensation 
BHFlXtXES' BMammcndmUaBi-^rUcle by 

eeneral manaKer of well-known concern on 

doubtful wladotn of ISBUlne them, Jl B, 

II. S:3 
BIfFU>TXBNT. see Labor 
BMFLOTHBNT Atcn<d»— Col A. Woods 

lMue« wamltiK to ei-servlce men against 

8roflteerltiK by certain private BKenclea. Ak 
9. III. 10:4 
8h Blao Boldlers' and SoIlorH' Rehabilita- 
tion; U. S.— Employment Service 
B|IFU>THBMT Ininranee, IM Imnirance— 



Workmen's 



BH8 DlipBtch. »tt Franco-PnisslBn War 
BlfSLIE. O. CBinenn— reuudlutes Bruce plea 

for Scotch tndeuendence, Ag 28. 13:8 
ENDEBII., (Di) ■« Buelov, (Prince) B. von 
BNDICOrr, HeuT B.-lnvlted to attend 

Wasblnston Industrial conference, S 18, 1 ;a 

See all* Street Br*— StrIkH— Boston 
BNDICOTT JobmoB Corn— Pf and com 

dlvds. 8 20. 17:5 
ENEMY AUena In Adl _ 

Conunonwealth ImmlEri 



ships held In Havana port arrive In N T 
on war home, S 4, 12:7 



ENOIMEBBS (continued)— 
Jl 27. Ill, 2:6; 40 MT cent waie IncnaM 
Kratited to V. B. Shipping Bd mvlore^ 
Ac 14, 15:3 



. _ ._ e chsnseB, Ag 21. WJ 

Tln»t Ijtw, BM Antl-Tnist Ljiw 
iments— W. S. Churchill promises cnt 
Icfensc of Govt policy of er '■— 



Bngland. Relalfons with 



cause of ry strike, S 27, 1 :3 
-elgn Service— Fltftirer '- '* 
still abroad, Jl 11, 6 



to numben 



. .u»,j..c, Jl 16, '. 

London resunents welcomed by dtT. Jl 
<t. S:2 

Officers— A. RitchlnsH, who received 
rank of Col during war. becomes cao- 
Btable of Cardiff. Wales, ag^n on 
his return, sp art Jl 13. VII. 14 :J: 
Gen Allenby and Lt Gen FlunKr 
promoted to rank of Field Ifsrahal. 
Ak 2. 3 :5 ; ^roup of 100 ex-otf leers at 



ol 168 brought to U. S. during war are re- 
turned. Jl fl. 4:7 
BNEMT Aliens In the IT. 8.:- 
Army— May re-enllst, S S3, 13:3 
Deportations— Dr Muck has not been de- 
parted but is at PI- OBlethorpe with other 
Germans held because of seriousness of 
cases. J. R. Crelghton tells House Imml- 



AvlBlldB ServiCB— New UDes given for coni- 
mlBsloned ranks; King George Is Cbid 
of the Royal Air Force. As 3. II, IJ; 

S (5.170,123 paid In liquidation of amouDl 
ue U S War Dept, Ag 6, 8:T; Air Uln- 
Istry cliarged with extravagance 1& de- 
bate In Commons; activity cited in n- 
Eort of Amer Aviation Mission. Ag U. 
'i:3: Qovt will dispose of number ^air- 



Rotterdam wltl _ . 

Alty Gen Palmer says there Is no law 10 
deport any except those guilty of advo- 
cating anarchistic doctrines. Jl 24. 13:2 
See also II. S.— Congress— Bllis-Deporta- 
tlon BUI 
Escapes— 20 Germans flee from Camp Sber- 

2:8:7 men, some to be deoorlM, escape 
from Enils Island In rowboat, 1 man gives 
himself up, Ag 2S. 4 :B 

Parole obligations removed by Dept of Jus- 
tice: statement by Atty Gen I^mer, Jl 
10. 30:2; Jl 13. II, 1:4 

Release— All except those gnllty of anarch- 
istic doclrlnes and those wanting to be 
repatriated will be freed Jl 24, IS:2 

Repatriation— Nearly I.00() (rermans from 
Camps Oittcthorpe and Douglas arrive at 
Rotterdam. Jl 15. ]0;7: 1,300 (Sermans 
leave Fort McPherson on first leg of 
Journey home. S 24, 27 ;4; aliens arrive In 
NYC: mar be sent to Germany on the 
Pocahontas. S 2^. 8:3; Germans will sail 
to-day, S 29. 13:4 
ENEMY Propcrtr. see Allen Property Cus- 

ENEMY TndlBg. see Trading with the 



Ener 



■ Act 



ENERGY — Suggestions for generation made 
by Sir C. A. Parsons In addrens to British 
scientists. S II. 17:3; Sir Oliver Lodge pre- 
dicts great future for atomic energy, S IB. 
13:3; ed. S IS. 12:5 
BNOELDRVM, Frank— death. Jl 25. 11:6 
BNOINBBRING CooncU- Asks Pres Wilson 



BNQINEBB8— M. Geratlng urges D___ 
Bars NTS Transit Construction f 
ployes have not been raised since 1 



Bsnks and Banking, see Bank of Bn^and 
Brigliim, Belatlons with, see B^glnm- 

Treaty of Defense 
BasineHS Hlsslon to V. B.-Ptaiu. Ag 9, 

0:2 
Bolshevlkl, see BoUheviM-Eng^and 
Cabinet— Restoration by War Cabinet of 

regular forma of parliamentary govt 
urged by The Westminster Gaiette. Jl St, 
3:2; House of Commonx passes scconJ 
reading of bill to Increase salaHes, Ag 6. 



China, BeUUan 

CoBlltloB Partr. sea Political Partial bs- 



Export Trade— Report of Board ot Tradt 
for June, Jl 8, 21:2; reetrictlona n- 
moved on hides and leathei^ jl 11, 



ed, Jl 20, 11. T:fl; London Dally HaQ 
writer says tide Is about to turn fnxs 
U. S., Ag 2.5. 3;fl; Sir A, S. Msltland 
warns of trade rivalry. As 26. 18 J 

German Trade— German delegation at 
VersBliies Informed In Ir trom PMca 
Conference that treaty ratification br 
Germany has bsen accepted and UoA- 
ade will soon be raised; Ehiglaad Is- 
sues licenses for resumption at trada 
Jl 13, 1:8 

Govt Policy— Failure to announce aftti^ 
war policy attached; loss 1^ ordcn 
asserted t^ Col Wedgwood, Ag ^ T:T 



Jtdy-Sn>t- l»tt. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



101 



XMOlJlMD:— Conncree (continued):-' 
Importa, aea BmbarsooB— Brttlah 
License*— Luxury Imports reatrioted to 
protect exdULnse wbere balance of 
trade la acalnat Bnelanil: nradal U- 
censea wlU be Issued, Jl 16, S :3 
Preferred Trade— House of Commons 
adopts amendment to Finance bill em- 
powering Kovt by order In council to 
extend colonial preference to any ter- 
ritory of which any portion may be- 
come majidatary of the British Em- 
pire. Jl 11, 21 ;1 
RUBsla~-Ry eoncesslona souKht in Esthon- 
la; negotiations proceeding for pur- 
chase of Dagoe and Oesel is for con- 



months ending July 31, Ag IT, II, S:7: 
table showing trade with foreign coun- 
tries, Ag 31, III, 2^0; Trade Bd fig- 
ures for August. 8 8, 20:4 
U. S.— ExiioriB miiKe ble R^iln, Ag X II, 
7;7; British Chamber of Commerce In 
the U. S. Incorporated, 8 7, U. 2:1; 3:3 
fJonaalar 8er*le«— Col WlUrBd Thetdger ap- 
pointed Consul Gen in N T, Jl 30, 0:2 
Dlplomatle Senilee— R. V. Oulahan says 
that after return of Prea WUson tO the 
U. S.. appointment of Amb to the U. B. 
will be announced, Jl 1, fl:3: Govfc In- 
■ctlon In not naming Amb to the U. 8. 
condemned by London Times, Jl 2, 11:7: 
C. B. Harmsworth tells Commons that 
Gort considers recall of Count de Sails as 
envoy to Vatican ; statement by R. J. 
Lynn on hostility of Vatican to Allies 
during war. Jl 17, 17:7: more delay In 
obtaining acceptance of ambaseadorablp 
to the U. S.. Jl B7. 16::<; delay In ap- 
pointing envoy to U. S. attacked by Lan- 
don press: Lord R, Cecil flUBBCHta that 
Govt Is overparticular as to choice, Jl 31, 
1) 72 : London Dsily Mall proposes more 
-lay for envoy lo the T, S., Ag 1, 1B:T; 
jorA Lytton discutsed as envoy to U. S., 



Ak 4. .. 

to Me^co will not be^amed unUl Mejd- 
can nltuatlon Improves: Viscount Qrey 
and Admiral Beatty suggested as envoy 
to Uie U. S., Ag 7. 16:2, 7: Grey meets 
with press approval, Ag 10, 4:6: OrOT 
Is likely to accept appointment, Ag U, 
10:6; ed. Ag 11, 8:1: Grey accepts ap- 
pointment to U. B. temporarily, Ag 14, 
1S:4: report that A. Henderson was em- 
powered by War Cabinet to oust Sir O. 
Buchanan as Amb to Rusala and assume 

ret himself, Ag 24, 4:0; appointments. 
3. 17:5; report that J. A Balfour n 



aulahes post, B 20, 2:4: appointments, 8 
fZ. 17:2 

8*e >)■■ Orey {VlsoounO Edward 
KeansmlB Candltlona — J H. Thomas, labor 
leader, says country faces crisis, Jl S8. 
2:S: confllcUng views of publicists. Jl 30. 
1S:1: Uoyd George's Industrial policy at- 
tnoheil bv Lord AskwIIh in ir lo London 
Times. Jl 31, 14:1; dlscuBScd by A. Lyle- 
Samuel. As 10. IT. 6:8; discussed by 
Uoyd George In Commons, Ag 19, 1;2; 
ed. Ag 21, 10:1: discussion by F. Har- 
rison, who warns labor men of country's 
peril. S 5. 15:1; ed, A warning to British 
labor. 6 0. 10:2 
Keanamr Party, see Political Parties, below 
El eedons— Bye- election soon In Manchester; 
W. Pringle Is Liberal candidate, S 10, 
13:8; A Henderson wins Commons seat in 
WIdnes bye-electlon. 8 13. 11:5; Lloyd- 
Oeorge'B message to the people. "The 
Future, " S 14, 1:0; Henderson victory 
-1 blow to cnalltlor KOVt: tnik of 



feneral election revived. B It. 2 
Iscusalon follows use of Lloyd QeorRi 
aeml-offlclal organ. The Future ;_ Hends 



:lled 



son's suecesa starts new prophecies of 
coalition collapse, B 16, 2:3; ed, Mr. 
Uoyd Oeorpe on "the new world," S 16, 
14:2; criticfion of Uoyd Georges publi- 
cation. S 16, 16 :B; 4 candidates for Par- 



ENOLAND:— Elm;Uitn* (continued)— 

llament, "and possibly 6, In Hanch«ster, 
8 18. ■ 15 ;T' W. F. Forest, Coalition- 
Liberal camlldate wins Yorkshire bye- 
electlon, 8 20, i :2 

B states— BreakAi ft I'p one of the effects of 
war, Ag 23, J-A •• 

EDrapcan War— Tart In war as described 
In booklet by Y'-ia'O' A complained of 
by J. C. Pelletler of KnJshts of Columbus, 
Jl 27. 3:7: resolutfoni; van be moved In 
both Houses thanking -uH .who took part, 
Ag 0, 17:5; Ir by GeorgWUB Tt, Owen on 
pari in war. Ag 11, 10:7- ,- . 

FederaUsm— House of Comdiotft c«n to 
study problem of legislative evoluuon of 
Kingdom and countries of whl.(}i lb Is 
composed. Jl 5. 7:1: Govt Is expected'to 
further proposed Inquiry Into posslbllWei 
of federalism; hope tor Ireland seerti.J" 
10, 10:4; Govt will appoint body to report 



, Ag 5, 



riniuiee*:— 

Allies' Debts— B. White suggests Ihftt 
U. S. take over part, to reduce ex- 
change, Ag 28, 14:6 

Debt to U. S.— SuKeatlons for sale of 
some islands In West Indies as part 
payment. As 4. 3:7; S 14. 21:3 

Empire's War Debt— Lr from C. Vaughan 
on Australian suggestion for pool. 8 
7, III. 2:S 

Expenditures— J. A. Chamberialn tells 
House of Commons outlay Is nearly 
4,500.000 pounds a day, Ag 1 3:3: 
Lord Rothermere urges formation of 
economy party to cut costs, Ag 4, 3:1: 
L Fraser denounces eitravagar-- "- 
article In Londen Daily Mall. 
17:7; Lloyd George tells Hou__ __ 
Commons that Govt will work to cut 
down expenseE. Ag 8. 3:5; Chancellor 
' Chamlierlaln wurns of position of ex- 
chequer, Ag H. r>:5; " orgy of spend- 
ing" condemned by: press opinion, 
B, 3:5; Uoyd George working on re- 
trenchment program ; British press 
protests over extravagances. Ag 10, 
I>:3: debate In Commons; Churchill 
promises economy and defends Govt 
policy, Ag 1.1. 15:3: war expenditures 
discussed by Uoyd George In Com- 
mons. Ag 10, 1:2: ed, Ag 21, 10:1; 
London Malt says Govt should set re- 
trenchment example, Ag 24. II, 2:4: 
Uoyd George Instructs Ministers to 
reduce expenses to minimum, Ag 27. 
6:2; press comments. Ag 29, 6:6: Lord 
Fisher BtUcks navy cost. S 3. 2:5; 
campaign for administrative economy 
is gaining, S 4. 4:2; Lloyd Oeorge 
" plunges Into retrenchment problems. 
1 19, 1" - 



, Vandertlp'B speech. Bays Brit- 
Lain IB far from bankrupt. Ag 24, 3:1 
Loans— Blimps make flights to aid Vic- 
tory loan, Jl 4. 2:4; Victory loan over- 
subBcrib,:U. Jl 13. 5:2: London man 

Sg^wlU subscribe t7W,OOo''to Vi°ctoi7 
Loan and return Iwnds to Govt for 
caicellatton. Jl 17, 0:2; London news- 
papers disagree on results. Jl 10. 2:3; 
Govt does not propose to Ijorrow more 

. ,. .- ... . J, JjJ ^Ijjyg^ .__.. 



e through Indirect b 



iklng schemes. 



FooA Supply, see Foodstuffs— England 
ForelgB Palley— Ed, Parliamentary sov- 
ereignly at last, comment on ratification 
of Peace Treaty with Germany, Jl 23, 



;, Go Ogle 



Indartrtal Bm 



THE NEW YORK TIKES INDEX. JvJif-SepU, 1919. 

KNGLAND 1— FkrlluneBt (oontUiued) :— 
FeRM Treaty Bill, ■«« Shiropoan W4r- 
P«Boe Trtn.tr With OemiMny— Ratifi- 
cation— Ensland 
Profiteering Bill, sh ProflteeriiiK— Q>C- 
land 



rsris*: 



iToiialiiing. Jl 2, 
rise In price of 



tion oppoM whar Jbe)>: 
intention In HdfT M 
13:4; conc^ fWt ov. 
coal; LiOrd 'Jnaalng Hounns waminic 
11, 15:4^ JllM, 22:2; Federation of I 
Itfi loduttrtcB plana worldwide acUv 
to-help WsOe growth, Jl 2T, II, 7:4; st 
mebt of increased prices under new 
ctiarce. published by Federation of I 

■'.lib Ifidustrles. Ag l. 14:1: Torkahlre 

. -bACBBhire industries 
.afrike, Ag IB, '■"■ - 

mfra try to standardise products, S 7, II, 



roduction incr 



Japan, BelaUei 



itb— BrttlBh and Japan- 
trol In Far East prejudice! 
ts, u/B V. S. McClatcby. f 



Amer in ten 

27, 12:8 
I,ab«r, ■•« laber— Eftigland 
I«acn* ef Natloiu, aee Lieasue of Nations-^ 

BrltlRh Empire _ , 

Legislative BTotaUeB, a«e Federalinn, 






t Marriage 



British Merchant Marine 
Kezleo, Belatlsos with, as 
land, RelatlonH ' 



nerica'a Tribute to 

Mexico— Bng- 

„ , „„ Coal— British Minera' Strike 

KHBltloDi iDTentlons Dept— Uses found for 

waste war mateHals. Ag 10. II, 7:9 
Naval Attaehe-Capt G. Blake, new At- 
tache to British embasay at Waahlngton. 
on hla way to U. S., Ag 39. D:l 

Ai^iralty ridiculed by Lord Fisher, B 6. 



CanceUaUon of Orders-32« ship orders 
cancelled; net aavlne of (210.000,000 
since signing of armistice, Jl 2n. 8:B 

Conatruction— Govt work on all warships 
stopped, Ag 20, 19:7; smaller craft 
may be converted Into merchant ahlps, 

Pea^ rrtiinfi^Dlnner to Admiral Beatty: 
all ranks invited. S B4. 10:3 

Program-Construction plan will not be 
modified because of alnking of Ger- 
man warships, says Sir Hume in 
House of Commons. Jl B, 6:2: cost aa- 
aalled by Lord Fisher, S 3, 2:E; Ad- 
miralty will reduce navy to cut ex- 
penditures; Admiral Scott Bays huge 
battleship is doomed. 8 4, 4:2: ed, 
Britiah Navy reorgahliatlon. S S, 10:2; 
L/ord Fisher ridicules Admiralty: saya 
Ita only economies arr -" — 



: dresa reform. 



Merehant Seamen, see America's Tribute 
to British Merchant Seamen 

Sice— A. Hurd common ta on fact that 
fleet la smaller than that of U. a., S 
12. 13:8: ed. B 13, 10:2 
parliament; 



" innanoe"BIIl— Houae of Cnmmona adopU 
amendment (riving govt power by or- 
der In council to extend colonial pref- 
erence to any territory of which any 
portion may become mandatory of the 



House of Reprs by the R-34. Jl 9, 4:3 
Ireland-U. S. Sen roaoluUon on Inde- 
pendence not regarded In House of 
CoRunons as violation of League of 
Nations covenant, Jl 17, 1:4: A. B. 
Law declines to fix day for debate 
on Govt's policy. Jl 29. 3:7: Hon 
Oulnneas resents V. S. Sen action and 
la rebuked by A. B. Law, Ag IS. 15:7, 
ed. Ab is. 6:2 



adopts bill providing for T-hr work 
day in mines, Ag B, B;8 

Transport Bill- Debate In House of Lordj; 
move that bill be divided Into two la 
rejected, Jl 3D. 1S:4 

War Besolutlona— Thanks to all wbo 
fought will be moved In both Houaes, 
AgS, 1T;B 

Women's Emancipation BUI— I>^aated by 
House of Commons: Govt will InCrc- 
duce new bill to take ita place, Jl 5, 
3 :8 ; House of Lords paaaea secaDd 
reading of bill Introduced by Lord 
Chancellor enUtllng women to bota 

Ciiblic office. Jl 23. 1:2; House of 
orda drops Adamaon tilll which elvca 
franchise only at age of 30, Jl 29. IS 1 
Passpnrta. see Paasporta 
FenTa, Relallsn* with, ■ 

land. Treaty with 
Feet Idorekte. see Bridgsih Robert 
FoHcemen's Strikes, see Policemeo'l 

Strikes, E^ngland 
PsUtical Parties— New party, Centre Party. 

Eoposed by Col W. 8. Chnrcddll with 
oyd George as leader, Jl 17, 1:4; ed, 
Jl IS. 10:3; ChurchlU'a address made pub- 
lic in London after B days to end rrx- 
mors ; excerpta. Jl 2S, 3 ;1 : Lord Bother- 
mere Bays Coalition has outlived useful- 
neea and urges economy party, In article 
In the London Sunday Pictorial, Ag 1, 
3:1; talk of Unionlst-lAbor aUlance. Li- 
cludlng Lord R, Cecil and Uoyd Oeorn. 
S 18. 2:2 

FeUttes— Questions before the public; Jl 30. 
lS;ll Uoyd George's Industnal and goi- 
eral domcBtlc poIIct attacked by Lord 
Askwith In Ir to The I^ndcm Times. Jl 
31. 14:1 
See aUe Elections, abave 

Faite— Conge atlon hinders Amer exporti, 
a 5. 20:7 

Frotlteerlng, see Profiteering — Ehigland 

Bnula, BeUtlons with— H. H. Ajquilh 
wants GngUod to keep out of Russia be- 
cause of disturtMd economic conditlDiu, 
Jl 27, 1 :4; N. Tchaikovsky, Pres of North 
Russia ProvlBlonal Govt, arrives in Lon- 
don, demanda definite etatnaent of Brtt- 
tsh policy, Ag «, B;l 
Bee also Busiuai— Intervention 

8 hliipini— Report on ahortage by Amer 
Chamber of Commerce In London, Jl t, 
U. 1:S: LJoyd's Register shows Brittjn 
still leads In merchant sblpa: compaiiiwn 
of tonnage ol principal countries In 1S11 
and leie. Ag 7. 15:4; discussed by B. U. 
Edgar, who says Amer trade competition 
la not feared, Ag 24. S:l; reply from Sir 
H. RowelL who predicts keen ahlp rivalry 
from U. S., Ag 20. «-.S: experts differ on 
Amer Bhlpbldg lead. S 4, 29:S 

Soviet Govt, see England— Govt 

Taritl. see Tariff— England 

XlUes and Honors-Lloyd George In line 
for honor: will not accept peerage. Jl IS. 
1:4: LJoyd George declines honors; Bale 
and Beatty will be made Earls: Field 
Marshal Viscount French and Admiral 
Viscount Jelllcoe will receive money 
grants: Uoyd George declines honors. Ag 
5. 17. 7: delayed list. Ag 13, 11:4: ^ 
Scott and filers who brought B-M M 
U. S. decorated, Ag 29, 1:2: A. J. B»l- 
four will be made Earl, S 20, 2:4; Com- 
mander Hayea of the Olymplo knlglited. 



UBroBt— Lloyd Oeorse's Induatrial and goi- 
eral domeatic policy attacked by ConI 
Askwith In Ir to The London Thasi; 
waste and extravagance charged, Jl IL 



.y Google 



JviyStpL, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



a»e bUo I^bor- 

W»r Dcpl, MS 
ENGLANDBB, « 

R. 
ZNOLETON, jMk-S-yr leave of absence 

told ol by & U Jomea, Jl 12. 3:7 
BNOUEWOOD (a 8)— Strikes mine. Ag 1*. 

ENOU8H, WUliMn S.—death. Jl 31, 8:3 

ENOUBH • O'BrlBB Ine— Federal court 
■eotencea W. A. EnKllah and J. O'Brien to 
18 months In Jail tor consplracr to defraud 
Govt In payment ot Income tax. Ag 1, 0:0 

■NOU8H Chanaal Tanael— Measures to ex- 
pedite construction presented to French 
Cabinet ^ Ulnlster of Public Works. As 
1, 10:71 French InveatlBatlnK com reports 
to «Dvt, favoring project. A» 2. 14:1 

SNOU8H People— Ed. KnowluE the Encltsh, 
Jl 8. 10:2 

XNORATINfl Bar, see U. S..— Sniravins Bur 

KNINBI., Comrade— Lietter suKgestlnc prac- 
Ucal test of Bolshevist theories In the U. 
S., Jl 9, 12:fl 

KNNI8. John— 111, Ac 1. 11:8: deatb and 
career, As S, 22 lO 

BNMI8, fBrit Omi) WlUUm r.— oaTeer, ap 
art. Ab 24, Vn. 11 :4 

KKO, Amos F.— U. Ii. Bno reoeivea f47.B0O 
from estate. Jl 10, 14:2 

BNBIGHT (FoUoe Comr) ;— 
Automobile Bandits— Mayor Hylan •un- 
seats that he send out auto siiuad f' '~ 



„ „' July 

plots. Jl 2. 24:2 
Budget— makes estlnutte public. 8 SO. 2:8 
Burnarlea— Ijetter on number of r- "— 

Police "— '-- "— ■ ■ -• 

As 14, 9:2; susKesta excbanse of police 

flnKerprlnts, As 10, 8:8 
Decorations— Receives Cross of Officer of 

the Oreek Order of the Redeemer, 8 12, 

12:7 
House sold by Q. May said to be Intended 

as sift from voluntary contributions from 

PoUce Dept, As 26, 4:2: denies that home 

was offered to him. As 2fl, 11:2 
Pay—Promises men a nse in address to 

trainlns school of Police Dept, 8 20, 2:7 
Strike ca PoUce— warns police forces that 

troops would be called out In such an 

event S 4, 18:6 
Union Problem— denies statement by Ij. 

Fridlser that Police I>ept is orsanlied 

and has applied to A F of Li for charter. 

As 7, 2:7 
XNTXB Pasha— condemned to death by Tur- 
ktah court martial for part in war, Jl 13, 
1:2: Turks will ask Allies to let them ex- 
tradite him. Jl IB, 1:3 
KPIDBHICB— Bd on susseitlon of Dr O. A. 
Soper for Intematl health cotnm. S 12. 12 :4 
Sne alia Cholera : Influenxa : Tellow 

XFIKI7B— People of north appreciate sup- 
port by N T Times, Jl 18, 17:3 

BPIHCOPAIi Chareh, Boo Protestant Bplaco- 
pal Church 

SriBCOPAI. TheolocieBl Hebool— Dr Slattery 
declines call to become dean. Jl 23, 4:4 

■P8TKIN, A.— taken off the Lapland when 
about to sail for Europe : passmrt seised, 
As 27, 28:1: As 28, 0:2 

■PSTBIN, Jsadore— orsanlsea L<easue of A F 
of L mranbers for partnership and Indus- 
trial democracy, B 17, 2:3 
8ae )iU« New ToTk State Federation of 
Labor 

SPflTBIM, Blehard— death. As 2. 7:0 Ir by E3. 
J. Hart. As *. 10:4; funaraL As 0. 9:8 

■QITAI. BIOHTB LcBCBc, seo National Bqual 
Rl^ts Leasue 

KQCITABLX JBvestneat Co, Ins— Quarterly 
Avd. Jl 1, 28:3 



EQCITABLB Trait Co— Referee computes 
amount dui> as trustee for t>ondholderB of 
, As 14. 2:4: statement. 8 23, 



New Theat 

27:7 

See also Brooklyn Rapid Transit Co— Mort' 






11 :S 



Cummins R B BUI, 



EBDMANir. Adolpb— marries Marie Bierre- 
saard, 8 0, 11:2 

ERICKSOM, C. T.— protests to U, 8. Sen 
ForeiRn Relations Com asalnst interna- 
tionallEaUan Of Albania. 8 3. 2:4 
■"'""""" " L.— -W. A. Brady awarded 



EBI.ANOEB, . 



SD.O00 venilct'ln suit stow Ing o 
E of Chleaeo Auditorium Theatre, Jl 4. 
0:4: will build 12 theatres In four cities. As 
D. 20:1; forms alliance with Zlegfeld and 
Dlllinsham for production of plans and 
operation of chain of theatres. As T. 8:2; 
will construct theatre In Cleveland. 8 16, 
1S:1: E. McGregor will be asBoclated with 
him in production of 7 plays. S 30, 17:3 

ERLANflER, (Xnalra) Harrr. see U. 8.— 
Navy— Graft 

BRLICH, ■•!« Socialists— France, As 30 

E BLOW EST, see War Camp Community 
Service 

ERK8T, Carl— sued by Bva Krandei for slan- 
der, Jl IS. 6:3 

KRNSTEfN. L., * Bro., Ine.— buy sroceries 
at wholesale and sell to employes at coat, 
S 3. 28:1 

EBBKINB, (Prof) Joha— speaks at opentns 
of Columbia Unlv, says war was won by 
Intellect. S 2S. 8:4 

ERBKINE, William A. P.— appointed British 
Minister to Cuba. 8 3, 17:5 

RRWIN, Charlfs W., see Call, The. (N. T.) 

EBWIN, (Bris 0«n) James B.— denies aaaer- 
tlon of Sen Fall that Amer soldiers on both 
sides of Mexican border hilled Carrania of- 
ficers and soldiers. Jl 22, 11:4; says U. 8. 
Army Is making ready to send ransom to 
Mexican bandits (or release of captured 
aviators, As 18. 1 :1 

ERZBEBQER, Matblai— Is In Denmark, Jl 4, 
S:fl: addressee Constltue-' ' "-'" — " 



_.. completes financial prosram. Jl 

25, 15:3: tells Constituent Assembly that 
Germany rejected peace overtures by Great 



., .lies' peace offer, says A. Ritwt. Jl 29. 
17:3: accused by opponents in Constituent 
Assembly of tfClns actuated by motives of 
revenge In makliis peace disclosures; main- 
tains necessity of establlshlns State suilt 
tribunal. Jl 30. 1:5: ed, Jl 30, 8:4; as- 
sailed by Ludendorff, Jl 31, S:l: branded 
as traitor by Heltferlch," who says he will 
sue to prove him a liar, Jl 31, lfl:2 '— — 



hurry and create new merchant marine. 
As 14, 2:8; reactionaries ra«e asalnst him; 
Pree Bbert urged to remove him, Ag 16, 
15:8: tells Weimar Assembly reactionaries 
he will not resign and accuses them of 
lying about him. As 17. 22:2: tells Con- 
stituent Assembly he knows that reaction- 
ary circles had decided he must disappear 
and had collected money among themselves 
as reward for his murderers, Ag 20, 32:2: 
favored using flame-thrower invented by 
Herr Fiedler, In Ir to von Palkenhayn. As 
21, 15:4; brings — - — ■ - "-■"— --v — 



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SPJK 



■. 10:7 



ills* 



dlplor 



ado 1 






N Y C— Subway— Dual 
iliproves sus- 



BSCALATOR8. 

BSCH. {(W, 9. Reor) John 

eeatlonB for leKlalatlon contained In Pres 
Wllun'B speech on living costB. Ag 9. 1 :4: 
uaures Republican House conference that 
Plumb plan o( R R operation will not be 
recommeniled. Ag 27. S:3; addreeaeB House 
.- _...■. — g making power 



r R R r 



manded s 



■SB,! 



of Social - 

defeated at Detroit conven- 
or United nrotherhood of Mainte- 
Employes and Ry Shop 



Laborers. R 17. 

B« .l.n Bult„.. 

I Alleni 



KSTATE Tax, »e references 

Itsnce Tax 
B8TATE8, AppraliBlB:— 

Alexander. i.H., Jl 28, 13:3 



under Inhor- 



E., Ar 13. 11:3 



Bruce-Brown, 



Richardson. ^>ellarlpha. Jl 29, 23:4 

Roberts. Mary M., S 24, 19:2 

Bterllns. J- W.. Ag 23. 10:2 

Walsh. 8. A.. Jl 1, 15:2 

See al«a Wills 
EBTMOMIA:— 

Allen»-4.0a0 will be expelled, 6 14. 14:1 

Allied Bid asked for by Provisional Govt. 
whirh prolents against resoltillon against 
allied Intervention in Huiigla by South- 
port Labor Conference. As 1, 4:4 



with J 



nnd Llthu- 
17:7 



NorthWL„ 

at Reval. Ag 18. 4:n 

Rnllronds. Rer Riillroadx-FIsthonlH 
EflTHONIANS In I'. B., sec League < 

Bsthonlans. L^tts. Uthuanlans, bi 

Ukrainians 
BSTILL. W. E., see Hospitals— China 
ESTIMATE nd, ■«• N X C— Estimate E 



luncheon given to N C plane crewi br 
Aero Club of America and Queens Cham- 
ber of Commerce. Jl 11, 10:8; urges rati- 
fication of peace treaty and covenant of 
League of Nations, Jl 10. 3:2; siwahs la 
" " ~ reign Relations on Franco- 



-ges Franco 



to urge paBoaee o 
bill, S 28, 2\\i 
E8CHER, PraaUIn, *»■ Railway Investors' 

BeCHHANN, Kliaabeth— death, Ag 21, 11 A 
E8B1H08— Village and frozen txidies discov- 
ered by W. B. Van Allen in Northern Al- 
arita; bodies shipped to Penn Univ. S 29, 
2:2 
ESLER, LemlRt— career on the stage, S 7. 

IV, 2:8 
BSHOND Mills— Quarterly divd, Jl 24, 21:3 
B8HONDE, (Capt) John L, nee RocKiey, J J 
■ 8PER, Frank J., see Labor Party 
ESPERET, <Oeii) FraDcbet d-- reported to 
have delivered ultimatum to Bela Kun 
threatening to occupy Budapest unless he 
resigns, Jl Ifl. 1:2; prepares to advance on 
Budapest, Jl 23, 1:4; confers with Gen AI- 
lenby on military occupaUon of Asia Minor, 
9 10, 10:7 
B8PIONAOE LAW:— 
Sen France says Wilson admi nisi ration Is 
using It in right to have peace treaty with 
Germany ratified. Jl 30, " - 



Amcr relatloi. 
British alliance, 

EBTKIj'OO, 8cr*aBdit— death, Ag 26. 13:S 

EHTV, Edward 8.— Ir on wages, Ag 11, 
1(1:5 

ETNA, <OeB]— will welcome Oen PershloC 
on arrival In Italy. Ag Ifl, 7:4 

BTTINOER, HBfUelsche, see Russia— Ho- 
narchy 

ETTINCER, Jaeob— death. Jl 31. fl:3 

BTTIxaBR. (Dt> WilUau ] 

Mayor Hylan. Jl 12, 20:4. _. __ 

action of Free Prall who filed with State 
Comr of Eklucatlon reply to allegatloBi 
that recently by-laws were In contraven- 
tion of State laws. S 6, 8:1; favors* 
atlltude of City Club denounced by Mayor 
Hylan in Ir to Pres Prr" ° -= ' - ■ -—- ' 
of Hylan answered b. 
City Club, S 20, S:2 

EVLENBEKO, (Coant), •«« VrUIlam IL 
former Emperor of Oermany— King of 

El'PKN, i>ee European War— Peace Treat)' 

with Germ any —Belgium, Ag IS 
El'KKKA Ky, are Palisade and Bureha R; 
Ei: ROPE— Special article by J. C. Rosebanlt 

on general conditions, new nations, bi, Jl 

20, Vn, 4;1 

Bee bIko ICuropgan War— Reconatructlon 
Bl'ROPEAN Comm sb Coal CoDtrol, sea Coat 

—European Needs 
BCROPEAN _War, subdivided or cross-rtfCT' 



Aerial Operations 
Allies' Occupation of 

Germany 
Allies' Occupation of 

Luxemburg 
Allies' TreaUes 
American Partlclpa- 






Memolra 

Memorial Scfr- 
Icea for the Dead 



Asphyxiating Gas 

Atrocities 
Bibliography 
Blinded Men 

Blockades 

Campaign 



Mine 
Campaign On Austro- 

Itallan Border 
Campaign in Balkan 

Campaign In E^aatem 
Europe 

Campaign In West- 
ern Europe 

Casualties 

Censorship 

Cnronology 

■ • Phases 



Peace and Medlatloii 
Peace Cclebratloiu 
Peace Conferencs 
Asia > Peace Treaty witli 

Biro- Peace Treaty wltli^ 

Bulgaria 
Peace Treaty wKh 

Germany 
Peace Treaty with 

Pictorial History 



Reconstruction 

Regimen 
Belies 
Relief Work 
Renewal of War 
itesponslblllty ■ n 

Punishment 
Spies 
Btallstlca 



Financial Phases 
Gas Warfare 
German Propaganda. 
Heroic Deeds 



Supplies 

rreason 

Trophies 
United States 
Veterans 
White Papers 

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Amer Air Station— Btory of levdlne town 
of Tromp«loup, France, Euid buUdliw 
of station b7 bluejackets, Jl fi, 11:6 
Amer Aviatore — 143 Kravea in FronM 
photographed: efforts to find remaln- 
Ing 7, S i, 4 :3 
Amer Operations— Edna NicoII tells of 
photOKTaphlne OemiHii trenches from 
air, sp Birt, Si VI, VII. p 10; work done 
by lat Dtv and eariy air SQuadrons, 
ST, 21:2 
French In 1614— H. B. H. Binder denies 
charges t>t Qennan General Staff that 
French planes flew over BeUiuni and 
bombarded ry staUan at NuremberB. 
Ag 3, 8:7 
Bupremacv— Article by Capt Fawcett In 
Issue of tr. 8. Air Service tells of vary- 
ing conditions of ■upremacy as based 
on official documenta and cliarts, Jl 
5. 10:fi 
AlUea' OeenpatloB of Germuix;— 
American Army:— 

Blnsfeld— Sp art by Lieut F. I. Bcbec- 

ter, who ruled 21 vUlases with armed 

force of 1 orderly, Ag 31, VII 1 :1 

Circus Ktven by Ist DIv at CotaeDs, 

Jl 13. 8 :4 
Commander—Lieut Qen H. Liggett 
asks to be relieved : will be succeeded 
by MaJ Oen B. T. Allen. Jl S, 3:4: 
Oen Allen takes command, Jl S, 12:7 
Commercial Representatives — Order 
barring them from Germany handi- 
caps Amer trade, says E. L. Jtunea, 
and Klves French and British agents 
big advantage, Jl 24. 1D:S: Amer 
traders are allowed In Oermany now, 
says E. L. James, Jl 26, 3 :3 : 6 Amer 
axents passed throu^ Coblenz, Jl 
29, B:4 
XMaertiona— Oerman civil authorities 
refuse to arrest and surrender Lieut 
J. C. Qottenkelne. who deserted with 
pay of 6tb Field Art, Ag 20. 17:6: 
OottenlieiiM brought back to Coblens 
by Oerman authorltieH, B 8, 13:2 
Ebrenbreitsteiii— Oen Pershing recom- 
mends that Amer garrison remain 
there. As S. 6 :Z 
SH^th tXy arrive* at Coblens, Jl 4, 

4:3 
Fourth at July celebration, Jl fl. 8:S; 

Jl 7, IB :8 
FratemlxatioD— £!. L. James tells of 
tTOuUes of military police In detect- 
ing German girls. Ag 13. 2:3; ban 
lifted. S 2S, ]D:4 
Qennan Civitians-L. Sacke. horse 
dealer, convicted in Coblens of at- 
tempting to bribe Amer officers In 
connection with sale of borses. Ag 
B, 3:7 
Headquarters— Changes. Jl 22, 3:4 
Liquor sale to 3d Dtv forbidden by 
Qen Howie, following disorders, Jl 
29, 17 :C 
Uarrlages, •«« U. 8.— Army— Bzpedl- 

tlonary Forces 
Neutral Zone— Pvt R. Madsen shot and 
killed by Germans while hunting, 8 
8, 14:2 
Officers— Hany officers will drop rank 
and i«tum to grade of N C O; poem 
by Capt Madden. Ag U. t:% 
Pence announced In Coblens, .'I 1. 17:3 
Propaganda— I,r to Communist henil. 
quarters In Berlin which forms evl- 









wln 



y (continued) :- 

.. _.} U. S.— Last tralnload of 

2d DIv Itiaves the Rhine. Jl 22, 3:4: 
let Ulv moves on Aug. W, Jl 31. 13:4: 
all Boldlers except about 8,000. who 
win remain dcrinltely, will leave by 
Aug, 20, Ag. 2. 3:5: 3d DIv atarts 
home. Ag. fl, 11^2: Ag 13, 2:8; let 
DIv begins entraining nt Brest, Ag 
17, 8:3: departure oC 3d DIv from 
Coblens described by E. L. James. 
Ak 19, 13:1 

8w alio European War-Regimental 
MlstorieB— lat DIv, 2d DIv., 3d DIv 

Returnlne prisoners' reception must be 
Informal, decrees Ma] Oen Allen, Jl 
2S. 9:5 

Strength of Porce»-H. V. Oulahan says 
army will be reduced to fl.oOO. Jl 3, 
1:S; permanent force o! fl.ODO may be 
retained, snya E. L. Jnmea. Jl 22, 3:4: 

Sec Baker tells House Military Affairs 
Com that army will be smaller than 
orlBlnaily planned, Jl 30, 2:3; make- 
up or forces that will remain, Ag 23. 

Theft of supplies tor shipment to Oer- 
many discovered In Cobleni. Ger- 
mans and Americans Involved. Jl 12. 
2:3: French and British aid asked in 
Inquiry. Jl IS. S:8 

Withdrawal— Movsnent begun, Jl S. 
l-.a. discussed by E. L. James. Jl S, 

British Forces— Town of Euaklrchen fined. 
German leader sentenced to death aft- 
er British soldier Is seriously Injured. 
8 7, 3:S 

Civil Rule-Will be eatablished by Interal- 
lied com, Jl 2. 17 :S 

Extension of Occupied Territory- Marshal 
Foch extends Amer area on Rhine to 
Include Coblenz bridKehead. S S. 19:4: 
extension of area threatened In ulti- 
matum to Oerman Govt demanding on- 
to Austrian representation In Oertnan 
Parliament. S B. 3:7 

French Troops— Move Into territory re- 
cently occupied by U. S, Army. Ag 13. 
2 8; B. L. James says Germans are 
being recruited for service with For- 
eign Legion, Ag 17. 8:1: Belgium fa- 



i, 17:2 



Saarbrueck- 
— Blrkenfeid Repub- 



German Govt appoints von Stark as comr 

In administration, Jl J7, 2:3 
Interallied Rhineland Comm— Notifies cl- 



■nt by I 
t la rebuff. 



. T. Lewald 1 



t>e made 

and customs 
I pied Oer- 

arrives In 

Cobleni, S 7. 11:1: E. L. James dia- 
cuBses auggestion to withdraw Amer 
representatTon, S IS, J5:8 
lie of allied forces considered by Peace 

Conference, Jl 27. r ' 
upreme Command— Bi__ 

Ing It to France. 8 2., „._ 
re also Germany— Rhine Republic 
._.. .. ... ._ ■mburg— All Amer 



forces withdra 



) Amer Army headquarters 



V. S. Govt, S 24, 12:7 
Allien* Treaties — Text of Anglo-French 

secret treaty of 1618 for partition of Tur- 
key. Jl B. 8:1; disc -* -' — •^- 



hlm. J] 19, 2:S 



AmerfeKB FuilelpallsB, seotJ. 11 11!illlUiCII 



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THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtUt/Sept., 1919. 



EUBOPKAN Wu (continued):— 
Armlitlce:— 
Bulgarian— Salonlkl reports that army 

c««dB allowance. J] 13, 3:S 
German, aee Oermany — ShtppInK 
Hungary— Archduke Joseph anks 



recoKnlUon by Pea 



i Conference, 
IS. As 10, 1:» 
IS. AsphyxUiUns 



BITBOPRAM War:— Gampalcu to 'WecUra 

Koiapa (continued) :— 

Uaubeug:e surrender In Sept. 1911, vu 

Inevitable because Torts were otoolete. 

accordlnK to French Court of Investl- 

Batlon, Ag 17. II. 1^8 

Review of battle situation ot July K 

1B14. by Marshal Foch In L« Hatln. Jl 



Bulmrlan— Bulgars arrest Col AsmanoH, 

ex-Chlef of Staff, chareed with com- 
plicity In alleged c 
Jl 23, 3:' "''-' " 

donlana _ 

tortured, Jl 2«, 9:1; Ir bv Dr Dadakls 
on tear of Bulgar rule In Thrace be- 
cauae ot peraecuOons In IBM, Ag 15. 
10:7 

Burning Glasses, see Burning Glasses 

Dumdum Bullets— H, B. H. Binder 
charts MaJ N. Mehr of German Gen- 
eral Headquarters wllh lying about 
use by French and English, Ag 3, 0:5 

Flante thrower Invented by Fielder was 
favored by M. Enberger. Ag 31, 15:4 

Oerman-^DInant plans commemoration of 
shooting of 000 Inhabitants on Aug 23. 
1S14, Jl le, 3:S 

Turklah— Greek population along Black 
Sea dedroated by parboiling, Jl 31, 2 :3 ; 



Blbliographr — ed, : 
3, III. 1:3 

Blinded Men, im Blind, The 

BUekBdH, HB Blockade 

B*«tr— Table of artillery pieces and ma- 
chine guns captured by Amer dlvlslona; 
statlstfcs of lat regulars not Included, Jl 
6. II. 3:3: Teuton apollaUon In Rumania. 
Ag 30, 5:2 

Camiialgii In Asia Minor— Chronology since 
Sept 18, 1918. Ag 10, III, 5:7; (Sen Allenby 
told 2 Amer children Megldrto twttle plans 



er, S 1 



17:2 



feat, t 



Campaign on Anstro-Italtan Border— Ruse 
■uccesafully attempted by 333d Inf told of 
In Issue of SUrs and Stripes, Jl T. 14 ;1: 
Italian Govt report on causes of Caporetto 
disaster. Jl 27, 1:7; chronology since Oct 
23, 1S18. Ag 10. Ill, 5:5; Italian Comm of 
Inquiry holda Oena Cadoma. Perro. Capel- 
lo and CavaclocchI mainly responsible for 
Caporetto disaster. Ag 15. 1:4: excuse for 
,-,-j — ^ found by French who feel that 

le von Hutlcr form of attack. Ag 
xo, 1:0; Italian Cabinet considers report 
on Caporetto disaster. Ag 19. 8:7; Italy 
military authorities resent Caporetto In- 
vestigation and censure ot high oftlcera, 
Ag 22. 4:4; correction of summary by C. 
G. B. La Guardla. Ir, Ag 24. Ill, 2:4 
Campaln In Balkan Stales— Chronology 

since Sept l.\ 1B18, Ag 10, III, 5:5 
CampBigB In Eastern Enreps — Von Hlnden- 
burg serenaded on 6th anniversary of bat- 
tle of Tannenberg, Ag 31, 3:4 
CaiBIialga In Wettrm Enrope:— 
Amer Operatlona— Lr from H. Parsons 
tells of crossing the Meuse River and 
Canal by 5lh Div. Jl 13. Ill, 3 8: MhJ 
Gen Ely tells of crossing the Meuse by 
nth DIv; praise by Gen Pershing. Jl 
20. II. 2:1: order by Ma] Gen I*]eune 
tells deeds of 2d DIv: L,t Paraona tells 
of movements In bntUe. Ag 3. II. 1:8: 
work of Both DIv. Ag 17. IV. 11:1: lat 
DIv record. S 7. 20:1; record of 20th 
Div, S 14, rv, 11:1 

Bee also European Wai^Memorlals 
and Monuments 
Anniversary of drive by Mangin recalled 

by Gen Msurlce. Jl 18, 3t3 
Chronology from Aug 8, 1S18, Ag 10, ni. 



Slra 



Chan 



explains 



Brley and to provide for attack by 
Germana through Belgium. Jl 5. 7:7; 
Gen Maurice discusses Allies' peril 00 
July H. 1918, Jl IB. 3:3: W. rMrauty 
tells of protests against " nibblinc" 
process ot Joffre In 1915. Ae 23. 3:1 
Verdun Sectoi^W. Duranty telle story of 
drive of 1916, Ag 19, 17 :1 ; Galllenl-Jof- 
f re dispute aver defenses bared, Ag H. 
11:1 
Catnaltle* 



II. 2:3. 4: 



in 

-" " imber 

. . . -. - - , revised figures. Ag II. 

11 :2 ; analysis of final report ; percent- 
ages of deaths among enlisted men. 
officers. West Point graduates and 
nongraduatea. Ag 15. 1:2; Ir fr«m 
E^mergencv Inf Officer correcting Im- 
pression left by statement showlnc 
percentage ot officers killed, Ag it 
III. 2:8; Ma] H C Cotton comparei 
figures with those of civil war, Ag & 
11:3; ed Ag 20. 12:3; only 2 remain 
unaccounted for. Ag 27, 8:4; compari. 
son of 1018 loBsea with those of Erit- 
Ixh, Ag 20. 13:5: fate ot all cleand up. 
S 11. 14:8: total figures given out by 
Pres Wilson in speech In Tacoma. 3 
14. 3:4: official estimation to Sept 1st. 
S 24, 17:3: lists. Jl 3, 0:1: Jl (f 20:1: 
Jl 20. 12:1; Jl 12. 7:4; Jl 15. 8:3: Jl 
18. 8:1: Jl 2(). II. 3:7; Jl 22. 11:1; Jl 
24. 21:2: Jl 28. 12:1; Jl 31. 17:1; A J. 
10 1; Ag 7. 10:1; Ag 27. 9:2: S 3, 21 !: 
S 27, 11:7 

Amer Wounded— Sp art on complete fl'- 
Ing system complied by Enid Yandrll. 
of Debnrkation Records Dept. Red 
Cross. Jl 8. VII. 14 2: W C O S en- 
tertains 182: Sergt White tells how hf 
received fl3 war scars and decoration-s 
Jl IS, 3:2: certificate tor soldiers «p- 
proved by War Dept, Ag 3, II. 1 :a 

Avia.toTit—00% of French force killed or 
wounded. Ag 10. 1:4 

Belglan-StaU sties. 3 10. 15:1 

British— Comparison of 1918 losses with 
those of U S. Ag 20. 13 :5 

French— Army and navy losses, Jl 4. 5:!; 
80% of air force killed or wounded. Ag 

German-^Naval losses, Jl 9, 3:8; ed. Jl 



Totals— Civilian and mlliUry looses In 
various countries. Ag 10, III, 4:t: 
comparison of 1018 Amer and Brilliii 



„. S 14. 3:4, 

Wounded— Aid given t 
■ id. Jl 25. jr.:' 



100,000 by Swll- 

Wounds In I«g»— M. Rasselman com- 
ments on fact out of 10 aoldlers re- 
ceived wounds In left legi- Ir, S !(. 
12:fl; eda. S 27, 12:4; Ir by J. Blgekiw. 



Jidj/Sept, 191B. THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. 



EDBOPBAN Wm (continued):— 
Cbbh>— Former Oerman Emperor, In Ir to 
Bethmann-HollweE on July 28, after 
reading Serbian reply to Austrian ultl- 
malum, sugKested that Austria occupy 
Belgrade. Jl IS, 3:4 

" moi™. and ReaponslblUtr (or 






the \ 









Qrshlp. bplow 



Rorshlp. bi 

..g 10, fll. t, .. - 

Cammrrclsl Fbii>e>, see Commerce 
Cost— Report of Treasur.- Dept by fiscal 
years, Jl 6, 21:3: Sec Glass reports over 
30 billions total exaenae from Apr 6. 
19IT. to June 30, ISIB. in statement to 
Sen Penrose and Repr Fordney, Jl 10, 
10:1: ed. War finance of the nations; 
comment on Sec Glasa" report. Jl 11, 10:2; 
statistics on V. S, expenditures. Ak 3, 
IV, 8:3; cost to Great Britain discussed 
by Lloyd George In Commons, Ag IB, 
1:2; t. Wallace suBgesCB Id House - of 
Commons that costs aliould be pocled and 
that America's share should date liack 
to 1914, Ab H, 3:2; Ma] R. C. Cotton 
compares U. S. eipenses with those of 
civil war, Ag 23. 11:3; ed, Ab 28, 12:3; 
figures submitted by Pres Wilson In 
speech In Tacoma, S 14, 3 :t 
See also heading Finances andcr names 
of eounlrleii Involved, and Finance— 

Crippled and Wounded Soldiers, see Eu- 



Amer Awards to Allied Leaders— L^ Al- 
phanderv. Mayor of ChHumont, re- 
ceives D S M. Jl 13. 3:3; J. Cambon. 
member of French Peace Delegation. 
receives D S M, Jl 14, 13:3; Oen 
Allenby awarded D 8 M, Jl 10, g:3i 
D S M awards to BrlUsh Govt of- 
ficials, Jl 17, 3:1: Gen Pershing con- 
fers D S M on 80 British officers In 
London. Jl 10. S:3: D S M medal be- 
stowed on Gen Dupont. Ag 18. 4:3: 
Pershing decorates prominent Italians, 
As IS. 16:1 
American Charge for Medals— United 
Amer War Veterans protest against 
War l>ept charge, S 4, 12:7 
Americans Honored:— 
Amer Awards:— 

Army— D S C awards, Jl 2. 5:1; 
D S M's to be awarded to Brig 
Gen McHanus and Ma] Allan, 
Jl 2, 24:3; posthumous award ot 
Congreaslonel Medal of Honor 
for N. T. Wold presented to his 
sister. Mra Dale, Jl 4, 0:2: 
DSC awards, Jl 4, 10:1: Jl 8, 
II, 2:2: Jl 19, B:2; Jl 22, 9:1: Col 
S. Grant cited. Jl 2e, 0:2; D S 
" --, Jl 27, 11, - - ■ - 



presentations t 
" •- ■-. II. 



rards 






Ag 22. 8:2; DSC awards 
made at City Hall. N Y C. S 24. 
7:1: awards made. S 20. 12:7 

Aviators-D S C awards, Jl 19, 6:8: 
Aero Club of America sends Spe- 
cial War Medal to Repr li. 
GuardlB. S 27, 24:8 

Clvilian»-J. A. Flaherty wins D S 
M. AB 7, 8:4; H. P. Davison wins 
D S M. Ae 28. 8:4: United Amer 
War Veterans protest aBalnst dla- 
tribuUon ot D S C, S *, 12:7: 
Prof. Noyes wins Wlllard Olbbs 
medal, highest award In the world 
for chemical research work. S 27, 
12:8 

Congressional Medal of Honoi^- 
Tables Of awards by divisions. 
States, and natnea; won by 78, As 
3. n, p 2 



BOBOPKAM War:— DseoFktloas nad HaBOFii 
— Americans Honored :— Amer Awards (con- 
tinued) :— 

Harrlsburg, Penn., awards medals 
to 3,000 who served In war, 8 29, 



to appeals, an art., Ag 3 
8:2 

Medical Cotpa-Dr J. A. Blake will 
receive D S C, Jl 1. 6:3; Dt W. 
B. Brinsmade cited, Jl' 18. 3:1; 
Dr P. M. Stimson cited, Jl 22, 



Victory Button— Issued, Jl 26. 20:4 
Victory Medal - DlstribuUon de- 
layed, Jl 20 II, 1:4: will be 
awarded to all navy veterans. As 
17. 17:3; changes made In regula- 
tions govemlng awarding ot 
clasps. Ag 17, IV. 11:6 
Women- Mrs J. S. Cushman wUI 
receive DSC. Jl 1, S:3: DSC 
awards to be made at City Hall. 
N T C, S 24, 7:1; awards made. 
a 26, 12:7 
Wounded— Certificates approved by 
War Dept. Ag 3. II. 1 ifi 
Belgian Awards— Mayor Peters of Bos- 
ton Is made Commander In the Order 
of the Crown. Jl 2. 17;fi; J. Gerard 
is decorated, Jl 3. 28:2; H. Clews, O. 
T, Wilson, and ox-Ben I«wts hon- 
ored by King Albert, Jl 4, 9:5; Rev 
C. S. MacFarland and Rev R. B. 



British Awards-Field Marshal Half 
decorates 18 officers. Jl 3. 4:7: D B 
C award given In N T C. Ag 3, 22 ;0; 
Prince ot Wales will bestow medals 
upon 27th DIv men during visit to 
N. T., Ag 24, It. 1:4; H. Fisher will 
receive D S M at City Hall, NYC, 
S 84, 7:1; award made, S 26, 12:7 

Ciechoslovak Awards— D, A. Davja 
wins Revolutionary Medal, As 23, 

First Div Officers— Tatrfe of honors, 

S 7. 21 ;2 
French Awards;— 
Army— Corp C. 



Van Allen, 

negro wms meoujiie Mllltaire Jl 
3 0:8: Brig CJen Dawes receives 
War Crose. Jl 13, 3:6; Amer of- 
ficers will receive legion of 
Honor decorations in Parts, Jl 14. 
3:8; Corp W. P. White wins Croix 
de Guerre. Jl 22. 9:2; decorations 
awarded in N T C. Ay 3. 22:8; 

C, Ag 17. II, 1:4: officers receive 
War Crosses and Legion of Honor 
deeoratlona. Ag 22. 4;3: decora- 
tions awarded at N Y City Hall. 
As 22. 8:2: Croix de Guerre 
reaches H. C. Hurlbutt, Jr., Just 
after he Is killed by accident. Ag 
24. lfi:4; War Cross iilnned on 
28th Inf colors. S 10, 6:6; decora- 
tions win be awarded at City 
Hall, NYC. S 24, 7:1; awards 
made. S 28, 12 :7 ; MaJ Adler w ' 



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BOROPBAN Wan— DMwnllDam mmA Bonarti 

—Americans Honored :— FTenoh Awards :— 
Army (continued)— 

L>«Klon of Honor decoration and 
IB cited by Qen Petaln. S 2T, 12:7 
Avltthjrs— 7 cited, Jl 8. 6:3 
ClvUlanB— Dr W. J. French wing 
LiCKlon of Honor, Jl 6, 3:2: S. S. 
Beardstey wins Crolz de Guerre, 
" " ; E. Hearn of K of C. 



Stc ( 






at Y 

Le- 
19. 



H C A, and 3 o 

?lon of Honor decorations. J 
6:4: D. W. Cooke made Chova- 
Uer of Legion of Honor, Jl IB, 
20:5; H. Morgenthau made Com- 
mander of Legion or Honor, Jl 
21, Z:5l J. A. Flaherty awarded 
Cross of Legion of Honor, Ag 7, 
8:4: swards of Medal ot Grati- 
tude. Ak si 12:2: P- Cravath 
swarded Lecdon of Honor Cross. 
Ag T. 0.2 

Engineers — Regimental colors of 
SOSnd Engineers will be decorated 
with Croli de Guerre. Ag 6, 4:8; 
Lt Col L. CdIUh admitted to Le- 
gion ot Honor, Ag 24, 11:1 

Marines — Gov Lbwden decorates 2 
and embraces them, Ag 24. 6:8 

Medical Corps— Lt Col Bishop made 
Chevalier of Legion of Honor, 8 
14. 8:4 

Navy— Rear Admiral Sims and LI 
Comm Ware receive Legion of 
Honor decorations, Jl 11, 28:4 

Red Cross— Union des Femmes de 
France presents medals to 6 N Y 
C residents, S 21. 11. 1:2 

Women— Frances and Blliabeth An- 
derson and Mrs. Farwell, Red 

de Guerre, Jl 13, H, 2:8: Mrs J. 
H. Lewis wins medal of honor, 
Jl 18, 2:4; Mrs Uiurae Burkhead 
wins medal, Jl 21, 6:3: 3 T M C 
A workers receive CroU de 
Guerre In N Y C, Ag 1. 28:2: 
awards of Medal of Gratitude, Ag 
31, 12:2: 3 women attached to 1st 
Div receive Croix de Guerre and 
bronie star, S 9, 3:6; Mrs K. 
Thompson-Seton wins medal of 
honor. 8 20. 16:4; decorations 
wlU, be awarded at City Hall, N 



Greek Awards— 3S Red Cross workers 
decorated. Jl IB. 5:4; N Y Police 
Comr Enrlgbt receives Cross of Or- 
der Of the Redeemer. S 12, 12:7 

Ilallan Awards— Ma] A O Adler re- 
ceives War »-ro8B tor Merit. Jl 22. 
8:2: awards In N T C of War Cross 
for Merit, Ag 3. 22:S; presentations 
to be made In N Y C, Ag 17, II, 1 :4; 
Gen Pershlne receives Grand Cross 
of Military Order of Savoy, Ag IB, 
16:1: awards at N Y City Hall, Ag 
22. 8:2: war cross will be given S. IC 
Newhall at City Hall, NYC. S 24, 
7:1: awards made. S 26, 12:7 

Rumanian Awards— B. Trcnsbrldge and 
Mrs E. McVlckar decorated, S 24. 
21:1 

Russian Awards — Cross ot St George 
bestowed on Brig Gen G, H. Harries 
by Gen Potockl out of gratitude for 
efforts tor Russian prisoners In Ger- 
many, Ag 11, 3:3 

Serbian Awards- Mrs Kensler awarded 
Cross for work done (or blind: Red 
Cross workers decorated by Prince 
Alexandria, Ag 24, II, 1:7: Lieut 
Armstrong wins WhKe Eagle with 
awords. S 27, 4 :3 
Bel^an Honors: 

Prince Sixtua and Prince Xavler de 
Bourbon awarded Grand Cordon of 
Order of Leopold, Ag 23, 4:0 
British honors:- 

Aviation Decorations— Air Commodore 



intlnued)- 

.warded and n 

■d Marsh ' ' 

-rarded t- __ 

George. Jl 31. 4:2 

Commander Hayes of the Olnunle 

knighted. S 20. 11:4 
Service Ribbon— Govt will glv« SM 
miles of ribbon to all who Berrad, 



Ag 4 



10:7 



. W. J. 



French Honort . 

Legion of Honor— Award 

French, Jl 8, G:2; Prealdent Polncare 
decorates Rhelms. Jl 8, 6:0: Oen 
Mangln receives Cross, Jl 9. 1S:S: 
Rear Admiral Sims receives CnMS 
of Grand Officer and Lt Comm 
Ware Is made Chevalier, Jl 11, 38.-4: 
decorations will be bestowed fn 
Paris on Amer officers, Jl 14, iA: 
Cross of Chevalier conferred own 
Mrs M. J. Henry, Jl 18. 2:4; awards 
to 6 Americans. Jl IB. 10:4 D. W. 
Cooke made Chevalier. Jl 19^ 80:5; H. 
Morgenthau made Commander. Jl 21, 



ir. 1:4; Amer officers decorated. Ag 
22, 4:3: awards at N Y City Hsll. 
Ag 22, 8:2: presented to city et 
Strasbourg. Ag 22, 11:9; bestowed 
upon Lt Col U CoUls, A* 24, U:l: 
Lt Col Bishop <Amer> made Cheva- 
lier, S 14, 8:4; conferred upon I>onal 
and CHmbral. 8 19, 1:4; Pre* Poln- 
care decorates town of LongW7, S 
22, 7:2; decorations wlU be awarded 
to Americans at City Hall, NYC, 
F 24. 7:1: awards made, S 26, 12:7; 
Ma] Adler made Chevalier, 8 27, 12:1: 
E. Clement created a Chevalier d 
Legion of Honor, S 28, IV. 7:3 
Medallle Mllltalre— Award to Corp C 
n. Van Allen, negro, Jl 3. 9:4: 
awardeu to Corp R. J. Hauard, Ag 



Victory Medal— France will awai4 
medal to all who have see ~ 
service: description. Jl 1 



Oeportatlaai, see Amaenla— Atrodtlea: 
France 

Dcstractlon at FropeTty— French Psrliameiil 
puts foe's damage at total of t4O.O0lt.O0O.' 
000, Jl 22, 1:2; repra of devastated dis- 
tricts of France will meet In congreaa In 
Paris, Jl 26. G:Z: destruction of forests (tf 
Belgium. Ag 3. IH. 7:1; Ctemenceau ad* 
when French devastated departmeati 
threaten separation because Intereata are 
neglected, Ag 12, le:Z: 173 bridges de- 
stroyed in Fmnce. Ag IB. 16:3 
Bee ■■■a references under European Waf- 
Indemnitles; European W(Uw.Reco&- 
- jctior 



Bconomie Phases, see 

Industries: Shipping 
Enemy Aliens, see Enemy Aliene 
Financial Tbaies, bm Banks and 

Finance 
Oss Warfure, •«« QaseS, Asphyxiating and 

Poisonous 
Oermnn Propagaada, see Oennan Plots and 

Propaganda 
Herslo Deeds, see Decorations and Bonoi«. 

HlBtorr- Ed. Htatoriea ot the War. Ag 1 



As, MS Decorations and Honors 



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XVMOrXAX War (oontliiaad) :— 
BamHsk, ■» Relief Work— Hospital Serv- 
ice, tHlow) HoBpttals, HUltaiy 
ladtinultln:— 
Denmark lodKOS dalma aKalnst belllEer- 
ents for loss of ships In war. As 30, 

French, »■ Uamnhelm, (S^t) P. 
8sa alio Buropaan War— Peace Conference 
— IndenmlUea, 'and HepttratlDn 
I,i«d*ra — So art. on leaders who rose and 

teU, S 14. VII. 8:1 
MBU—Cenaorshlp— British Oovt will tlnUh 
(orwardlns released mall by end of 
month, Ak it, n, 4 :S 
Medals, »e Decorations and Honors, ■■><»• 
Menoln, ■•• Falkeahayn, (Oen) B von; 

Ldidendortf, (Oen) B. ; Tlrplts. A von 
Xfaawlal SwtIoh for tha Dead:— 
Hartem Patriotic Ijeasue— Kxerdies for 

aaOor dead. Jl 26, « ;0 
Uaoaea-Servlcea to be held, Jl 28. 10:T; 
requiem maas held tor dead of IStth 
Int. Jl SI. 8 :8 
Parts cenotaph, Jl IS. 1:1: Jl 10. 3:3: 
ceremony attended by statesmen and 



Bro^lyn— Monument In Bedford Av to 24 
heroes unveiled, S 2B, T:2 

Bklyn Rapid Transit Co— Tablet In mem- 
ory of &3 employes unveiled : eulosy 
by Father York. Ak 9. 10 :B 

Bureau of Memorial BuUdlnKs— Reports 
2tH buUdlnxs will be erected, Ak 31. 
M:2 

Cnnadlan— Ypres land offered by BelRluin, 
Jl 4. 11:2 

Chelsea District— Memorial Com starts 
drive for funds, 8 22, 17:3 

Churches, see Franca, belew 

Community Houses— Bur of Memorial 
BulldlnxB reports 182 to b« built Ag 
SI. 14 ;2 

Kncland— Duhe of ComiauKht will estab- 
lish Memorial Hostelry for Canadian 
ex-service men in L>ondon with money 
Slven to late Duchess Connauxht by 
women of Canada. 8 26. 13:2 

Fllrey— Models of i 



lages of Iiorralnc 

and Gen Pershing. Jl 2.. ... 

France— Monuments to Amer Elxpedltlon- 

ary Forces are beInK built In the Ar- 

(onne. Jl Uk 2T;S: French m^orial 



of Polnte de la Grave mon . -^ 

20, 1:2: plans for laylns cornerstone 
(if Olronde monument: Chamber of 
Deputies passes bill providing for of- 
flctal represcataUon, 8 2. 10:4: Frendi 
8«n deddes to be represented at cor- 
nerstone layinK, 8 6. 8:2; cornerstone 
laid at Polnte de Orave, spot where 
first U. S. troops landed; speakers. 8 
T, 3:4; Chamber of Deputies will sub- 



rector from Paris, urges movement to 
make his the Amer War Memorial 
Church of Franco. S 22. 23:2: comer- 
stone of Franoo-Amer Monimient com- 
memorating A E P victory at San 
Mihiel laid, 8 23. 4:B 
Sec alus Paris—Arch of Triumph 

Marines— Packets containing fallen heroes' 
records and maps sent to families of 
eth Marine members. S 21, III. 10:1 

Hospitals. SM Hospitals— War Memorials 

Ust of references to war memorials that 
may be found In N Y Public Library. 
8 14. III. 0:2 

Mame River Bridge cornerstone laid. Ag 
U.^3:B 

I, ir."S'ao 



ment* (continued J :- 
Parts Arch of Triumph— C, A. Selden tells 

of proposal to have names of. battles 

and Generals chiseled thereon. Jl 20. 

2:11 
Qulnton. Cornelia B. 8., views, Jl 2T. UI. 

3:fi 
Schools. iH French heroes' IdUTayette Me- 
morial Fund 
Sisters of Mercy— Will have campaign for 

funds for chapel. Ag B. fl:3 
Victory Halt, sm Victory Hall 
Victory Mountain— E. H. Hall tells of plan 

to purchase Mt Marcy, Bp art. Jl 20. 

VII. 7:1 
War Memorials Com asks suggestloiu for 

suitable Inscriptions. Ir by C. Moore. 

Ag 10, 10:S 
See also Intem&tl City; Trees 
BUlltsry StrBtegy, see Ehiropean War— Cam- 
paign In Western Europ«— Strategy 
Naval OperaUoDsi— 
Amer Navy— Statistics contained In U. 8. 

Year Book. Ag 24. 6:1 
British Navy— Tribute to navy In book 

of poems written by Amer naval men 

and complied t>y Ueut Comm Wilson. 

Jl 6. 8:1 
German losses, Jl 9, 3:8: sd, Jl 10, 24:2 
Seeadter, (German raider)— Crew freed by 

Chile, Ag 10, 8:1 
BtB aiss Mines, Floating 
KavBl War Zeaa (SabmariuB BlvAade)!— 
British Operations— Thames pageant led 



mine barrage, sp art 8 14, VII, pp 1. 2 

Salvage of Sunken Ships, sea SblpDlnx— 
Salvage 

Seneca (Coast Quard cutter)- Arrivaa 
back from Ehiropeau waters; war i^a- 
ord, Jl 2, 20:2 

Submarine Commanders — Q«rman . mill' 
tarista talk of fighting to protect them 
from punishment by the Allies, Jl S, 
B:2: many wanted by Allies said to 
have fled, Jill, 10:4^ 

Submarine Crews— Bd on treatment by 
British, Ag 14, 8:4; British deny cap- 
ture of Brenwn crew and their return 
to Germany, Ag 27, 8:1 

Submarines Deatnnred— U-boats lost, Jl 9, 
3:8: eda on British silence aftar cai» 
ture of the Bremen and others, Ag 14, 
8:B; British deny capture of Bremen 
crew and return to Germany; fate of 
U-boat a mystery, Ag 27, 8:1 

U-101— Capt Knudaen of the Wimwconna 
tells of meeting with Graf von Hen- 
chendorf. commander of U-Ul. wfilch 
sank the Winneconne; shelling of U- 
101 by Amer destroyer told of, ap art. 

United States. Atutude of:— 

Note— In Indeses of early part of war 
saa U. 8.— Oeimany, BdationB with 

J. W. Gerard denlea assertloli of von 
Tlrplti that he told Bremen Chamber 
of Commerce that oppositliin to deo- 
laratioD of submarine warfare need 
"- ' 1 expected, Ag ^^ 6:0; ad, Ag 



I, discloses that it was not Gen- 
eral Headquarters, but Bathmann 
HoUweg, who thought so tittle of 
Pres Wilson's efforts at mediation 
that U-boat warfare was eonUniied, 



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BngtaDd— Cenaor'B aecreta revealed In 

compreheiwlve article, Jl 13, 14:1 
France-ChambBr of I>eputiea rejects bUl 

* '-- Jl 10, 7:3; reBtiictlon 

.___ _ jDununlc&UoiiB will be 
Aus IS, Ag 12, a-A 



at tslesraphlG 
snppreued Au_ , 

Italy— Ltrted, Jl 3. 3 :4 

Bee al» Cables 
Peaoa and MedUtUn:— 

AuHtrlan Overtures— Text of report of 
Count Ciemln to Ebnperor Cfaarlea of 
April 12, 1B17, on necesrity of n^tla- 
tlona Ih published in Weimar, Jl 28. 
1:6; ed, Jl 30. 8:4: Count von Wedel, 
former German etiVDy to Auatrla- 
Hungary, tells of peace bid at alleged 
conference between Gen Smuta and 
Count Meoadorff, Ag 11. 3:5 

Editorials- I'L-ace in 1»17, Jl 30, S:4: the 
wamlnB lo Hlndenburs. Ae Ifl. 6.Z 

German Overture*— White Book ahows 
that German Emperor on Oct 27, 1918, 
" arate peace, Ag 



, J, Ak «. S:5; White Book pub- 

llBlied at Weimar deals with confer- 
ence at Spa when von Hlntxe urged 
holding peace parley In Washington, 
Ae 2, 3:8; Scheidemann says be was 
asked by Belhmann Hollweg to work 
with ISngllah and French Socialists to 
work for peace In Nov. 1814. 8 14, 10:4 
Bee alao Moves In 191T. bnlew 
Moves in IBIT— Allies sought peace through 
Vatican In Aug. which Dr Mlchaella 
rejected for Germany, Kraberger tells 
German Constituent Assembly, gives 
text of note of Papal Nuncio PacelK. 
Jl 27. 1:B; MIrhaells disclaims respon- 
stbllUy (or refusal of overtures attrib- 
uted to him by Erzbereer. Jl ZH. 1:6; 



BCBOrEAM W>r:— Peace CelebratleBa (COD- 
tlnued) :— 
IMrtugal— Will observe July 14 as victory 
Ltay. Jl 10, 3. a 
Peace CaatereBcri — 

Comm— Interna tl air code 



eare plan in 1017 involv< 



_.. _. _ , «4; Luden- 

dorff holds Kaiser responsible for de- 
cision In 1»17 to retain grip on Dcl- 
glum. Jl 31. .'i:l: HcUferlch will sue 

liar, Jl 31, 16:1: British White Book 
Btvea facts on Papal proposal lo bel- 
llBerents and tells of evasions by Ml- 
chaeliB. who defends his record and 
says Bauer suppressed part of his Ir to 
von HIndenburg. Ag 13, 1.'i:7; von Hln- 
denburg. In Ir to Prince llaximlllan of 



fi Overtures, abdv* 

Turkey— Sultan Mohammed VI. says he 
sought lo got In touch with Entente In 
iei8 to open negotiations. S 22. iri:4 
Peace Crlrbmtlanii:— 

iSngland— London, Jl 7. 1.^:3: Gen Pershing 
arrives In Liondon to head Amer 
troops: entertainments planned for 
soldiers, Jl Ifl. 17:4; Informal demon- 
stration begun; Ijondon presents 
sword to Gen Pershing, Jl 19, 6:3: 
Liondon celebration, Jl 20, 1:S: Irish 
Nationalist Assoc will not march In 
parade. Jl 20, 3:S; description by P. 
Glbba. Jl 21, 3:1: ed, Jl SI, 10:1 

FVanoe— Paris. Jl 2. 4:8; descriptions by 
R. V. Oulahan and B. J. James, Jl 
IS, 1:1 
See also Bastlle Day 

Ireland— Dublin victory march, Jl 20, 3:5 

Japan— Toklo. Jl 8, 1T:2 

Mexico, Jl 2. 17:7 



e public, Jl 10. 2:8 



triatloti referred t< 



preme Council stirred 



M. I^ Bristol of 

e discussed; Cl«aien- 
t departing British 
lake up guardlan- 



sia Minor-Supreme Council wilt deler- 
mini! areas which the Greeks and Ital- 
ians will be permitted to occupy. Jl 17. 



char 
lied II 



Pupation and supervise al- 



r East, Ag 28, 2:8; report of Crone 
and King contains recommendations 
as to maudataries, Ag 30, 3 :2 ; C. R. 
Crane says Turks wish U. S. to as- 
sume mandate; report, made to Pres 
Wilson, Ag 31, 3:5 
Baltic Kegions:- 

Council of 5 considers request of Gen 
Gough, allied repr, for more power 
lo curb Germans. Jl 6. 17:4: Su- 
preme Council approves report of 
Foch recommending Immediate ei- 
pulslon of German armies from Ijrt- 
via. where Gen von iter Golti and 
officers are becoming Insolent and 
are trying to prevent Letts from es- 
tablishing a firm Govt. Jl 31. 2.fl; 
Supreme Council sends note lo Ger- 
many about mutinous Oerman troops. 
S IB, 1:4; Supreme Council talies up 
refusal of German troops to with- 
draw. S 19. 17:8: proposal that L'. S. 
withhold credits from Germany until 
troops are withdrawn, S 20. 4:1; 
German evacuation will be ordereil 
under threat of blockade. S 28, S:l: 
ed. S 29. 12:4 
Belgium, spc Belgium— Holland, Helatloiu 
with ; European War— Peace Treoty 
with Germany— Belgium 
Blockades— Maintenance against Hungary 
■- still n "--'" - - 



Clemencesu says tdockade of 
y win be lifted only when govt 
Kun Is ousted, Jl 28, 1:7 

3 BlDCkadGB 

■ Hnmm for co-ordination of 
appointed, Jl 4, 2:8; allies 

' name delegates. Jl 7. ia.,i; 

:reaty are being drafted; 

■ Jl IB, 2:7; Tlttonl 



2:4: delegates present credentials. 
20, 6:1: terms Uken up, Ji 30. 1B:5; 
Bulgarians claim Macedonia, Dobrud- 
1a. and Thrace, Jl 31, 3:8; Supremr 
Council considers boundaries: plea will 
be made for leniency on ground that 
liulg-arla wanted to desert Germanv 
ear^ in the war, Ag 2, 3:4: Veniielos 
confers regarding boundaries, Ag 3. 
9:4 

8e» also European War— Peace Con- 
feronca— Thrace ; Buropcan War- 
Peace Treaty with Bulgaria 

Chronology of proceedings, Ag 10, in. 4:1 

Commissions named, Jl 4. 2:8 

" " I Klca— Sen La FcJIette offers reso- 



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KtBOPKAN Wui— P»«« Confannca (con- 
tinued) :— 
Council of Pour— New memberahlp. JI 1. 

Council of Five— New Tnemberablp, Jl 
2. 6:4 

DenslB— Oennen Oovt In note asks Alllefl 
lo complete plana for future and that 
consUtutlon be drafted. As 17, S;T: 
German deleEBtlon aaka about status, 
Ak 18. 0:2 

Delays complained of by T. Tlttonl, Ag 

Delesatea : — 

American — Sec Ijntialne plans to re- 
turn to U. a,. Jl 2, 1:8; J. W. Davis 
■UKSested aa auccessor to Lianslne 
Jl S. 3:7: controversy over bill of 
Hotel Crlllon, Jl 7, ir.:4; repi 
— - ■--- ■---- -called 1 



Wilson and tJ 



Int 



Hotel ( 



expena 

I "there, Jl' 27, 



III. 



F. L. 



criticised by Sen Norri 



Sec 






t !n I 






ErROPKAM War:— Paaea ContereaDe (con- 
Flume, ace Itallan-JugoBlav Disputes, be- 

Prance, are France— Defense Treaty 
Qallcla- will be awarded to Poland: lim- 
ited autonomy will be recommended. 
Ak 1, 2::l: status of former Austrian 
crown lands discussed, Paderewskl de- 
mands that (hey be Bsslgned l "" 



t that 

iiiW take 
nia place, ji a, it '-a; tendered 
banquet by French to celebrate de- 
fensive treaty, Jl 9, 3:4; P. L. Polk 
will take post of L.anslnK. Jl 10. 
3:6; stuff reduced, Jl 11, 15:4; dele- 
Kates paid for dance at Hotel Crlllon 
... ...r. ._ J, j^ 3.,j. ^ Elliott 



Polk arrives In Wris and attends 
meeting of Supreme Council, Jl 30. 
]5:S: ¥>res Wilson, In message to 
Congreas reports on expenses and 
asks quick appropriation: llet of ex- 
._ i_ .... expenditures 



, 8:2; 



_. Bullitt t _ „ 

tlon, S n, 3:1 
British- A. J. Balfour resigns and 
Koes te London, 8 12. S:A: several 
men mentioned as succi'ssors to 
Balfour, S 13, 3 :7 ; LJoyd Qeorge and 
delegation leave Paris. Sir Eyre 
Crowe will be sole repr, S IT. 17:2 



Dlsaolu tlon— Report that It Is favored by 

British, who want another called In 
1D30, 9 IS. 3:S 

Dobrudja-Clalmed by BulBariana, Jl 31, 
3:S 

E>;onomlc Council— Favors continuation 
of Intematl consultations; removal of 
postal and telegraphic censorships 
colncldentally with lifting of blodcade 
led. Jl 3, 1:3: maintenance 
-._tl organization for provls- 
„ if populations. Including fur- 
nishing coal supplies, discussed by 
Supreme Council. Jl 27, 2:6; proposal 
of Tttton! In favor of Interallied con- 
trol of raw materials considered. Jl 
30. TS;S; steps taken toward Inlematl 
collective purchasing of foodstuffs to 
check profiteering and speculation; 
Btatement by H. C. Hoover, who will 
resign Sept 1, Ag 2, 1:0; considers 
plan to Increase production of German 
coal to relieve shortage In Central Eu- 
rope. Ag 4, 3;3: H, C. Hoover denies 
that he will head It, S I. 10:7: cnsi 
demand on Qermany reduced. 



JS to Sept 20, S 11. 25:1; meeting in 
Bruastla, G. H. Roberta says there Is 
ample food supply, S 23, 10:7 
S>!lltorial8— Hungary and Bulgaria, Jl in, 
10:2: Thraclan comproml.s.'B. Ag 11, 
Bulgjirlana. Ag 



I Austria. Bulgaria, and Ger- 



CSlgT 



Of Poland 
s to wlth- 



German Navy, DIspoBltlou of, 
many— Navy— Disposition of 

Germany— Delegates Dr. Mueller and Bell 
arrive In Berlin, says alone wan 
thrown at their train, Jl 1. 3:«; trans- 
port difficulties delay arrived of dele- 
imles in Parts for oral discussions on 
ecutlon of trea.ty, Jl 10, 3:8: Judge 



Advo 



irtlni 



I shouted 



tongUGi at crowds. Ag 1. 3:2 
Greece— Venliel OS protests against allow- 
ing Bulgaria to possess Aegean Sea 



War— Peace Con- 



1 Europe 
(—Thrace 
le Belgium— Holland, relations 



Viet Govt of Bela Kun and that 
tenance of blockade l.i still necessary, 
Jl 7. 1.1:4; ed, Hungary and Bulgaria. 



Ini 



icllng at Budapest, Ag 1. 3:3; 
■es for peace made by new So- 
Qovt which succeeds regime of 

Rumanian advance ordered 

itopped, Ag 3, 1:1; Supreme Council 
■ Rumanians. Serbs, and Jugo- 
leave Budapest. Ag fl. 1:3; 
._ __ _ Joseph asks (or recognition 
nd says he will carry out armistice 

,; Rumania's course defended by 

Jilan peace delegate. Ag 10, 1 * 



Govt 






restoration o( Hapsburg monarchy. Ag 
l."i, II :.■[ : Supreme Council orders 
Archduke Joseph to retire as head of 
Govt, Ag 23, 1:2; Allies noUfy Ru- 
mania Ihal goods requisitioned will be 
deducted from Rumanian Indemnity. 
Ag 24. 3:0: pariltlon defended by 
Ciechoslovak reprs at hearing of U. 8, 
Sen Foreign Relations Com. S 4, 2:3 
Ser alBa Hungary— Allied Interven- 
tion; Hungai y— Rumanian Aggres- 



Indemnlties : 



. Jl e, ; 



i for ships and sailors' 



Bee alao Reparations, belsw 
Interallied Rhlneland Comm, see Euro- 
pean War— Allies' Occupation of Ger- 
many—Interallied Rhlneland Comm 
Ireland :— 

French Action— J, A. Murphy appeals 
to Tardleu asking for greater Inter- 
est In cause, saya R. V^ Oulohan, JI 
22. 3:6 
House of Commons — Question on U 8 

Senate renolutlon. Jl IT. 1:4 
Irlsh-Amer Delegates— Send note to 
Clemen cc a u charging that British 
bomb towns and banish many, Jl ], 
1T:T: Walsh and Dunne return to 
U. S. : preliminary statements, Jl B. 
6:3; Walsh and Dunne confer with 

they assail. Jl 10, 10:4: J. A. Murphy 
gives out In Paris a list of alleged 
atrocities. Jl 12, 3:6; Sir E. Carson 
denounces Amer- Irish agitation. JI 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtUy^tpU. 1919, 



BUBOFKAN W>ri— Fcmw ConfmeaiM:— Ir»- 
Imd :~-IrlBh-Atner DeleRates (continued)— 
13, 1:S: CarHon answered by Justice 
Cohalan, Jt U. ]S:T; CKrson assailed 
tor speech. Jl IT, 2^7: Btatement by 
J. A. Murphy, who assails British 
financial oppreBslon, reported by R. 
V. Outialan. Jl IB, 2:8; J. A. Uurphy 
writes to A. Tardleu esklne^ for 

Jl 22, 3 

piles oftlclally t 

port: brands most charses as false, 
Jl 27, IV, 1;4; eds on report and an- 
swer by BriOsh Govt. Jl 2», 8:S; 
Walsh reiterates charges as made In 
report, Ag 4, 14 :2 : C. A. Seiden says 
State Dept refuses to amend pass- 
port of Murphy to allow hlro to go to 
Ireland, Ag 11. 5:7: statements at 
Sen Com hearing on League of Na- 
tions and peace treaty. Ag 31. 1:7; 
version of Paris parley last June 
with Pres Wilson filed with II S Sen 
com; text, ST, 1:7; Irs between dele- 

Sates and members of Versailles 
onference presented to Foreign Re- 
lations Com at recent hearing, S 14, 
ra. 7:3 

Sinn Fein Delegates— Lj- from B. de 
Vaiera, A. Griffith, and Count 
Pluokett to Pres of Lieague of Na- 
tions, Jl 4, 9:7 

U. 8. Senate Action— Resolution not 
regarded Id House of Commons as 
violation of League covenant, Jl 17, 
1:4; Hon W. B. Ouinness, In Com- 
mons, resents action and Is rebulied 
by A. B. Law, Ag IS. 1S:T; ed, Ttie 
Briton's tu quoque, Ag 16, 6:3 
Italian- Jugoslav Problems:— 

African colony for Italy In compensa- 



Compromlse— Italian Chamber of Dep- 
uties cheers as Tlttonl says settle- 
ment may be reached soon. Ji 12. 



Compromlne — Buffer State pre- 
dicted as solution by prominent 
Italian, S 3, 3:9; report of offer 
by Allies. S 4, 1:3; Repr La 
Guardla tells Sen Foreign Rela- 
tions Com that Pres Wilson blue- 
penciled Tardleu compromise and 
that later agreement between 
Great Britain and Italy has been 
sent to U. S. for President's ap- 
proval. S 6. S:B; outline: put off 



o Coum 



ached I 



, S I 



ivldlni 



:8, 7: 
for 






Italian nationality (or 
Flume, S IB. 17:3; Anglo-Franco- 
Itallan agreement for controlling 
harbor. S 22. 1:2: Polk denies as- 
sertion of ■ntton! that he favors 
Franco • Anglo - Italian compro- 
mise, S 23, 4:3; opposed by Pres 
Wilson In nole, is report, S S.>S. 
4:2: said to have been rejected 
by Pres Wilson, who threatens 
economic blockade, S 26. 1 :3 : 

frontier In titria, Rome papers 
say, S 27, 4 :2 ; Buffer State plan 
will be opposed by d'Annunxlo, B 

28. 2:3 

Bm Blao Flume 
Italian Delegation— Tlttoni leaves for 
Rome following conference witli H, 
Wlilte. Jl 16, 3:S 
Independi'nt-e of Flume. Zure. S.'benlco 

by agreement, rejiorted. Ag T, 15:2 
V. S. Sen— Ptea for Justice sent to 
Lodge by A. Ossolnack, who snys he 
can't obtain hearing. 8 11, 20:4; Ir 
by B. F. Hlacha approving sugges- 
tion of OsBolnack for Investigation 
by U. S. Sen. & 11, III, 2:6; 
Bee also Jugoslavia— Italy, Relations 
with 



EDROFBAN Wu:— PMoe Cosfer 

tinued) ;— 

Italy— (Gen) Nlttl in speech to Partla- 
ment urges conclusion of peace aid 
harmony with all Allies. Jl lOi 1:4; 
Tlttonl reports to Cabinet on nwutla- 

tionit Jl U, 4:2; Tlttonl tells C~ 

of Deputies that agrvement la 
'" ' - ; new delegates leave R 



with Austria— Italy 

Jews— French foreign Minister Pldua 

tells of France's strons aintport «( 

measures for Justice. Jl S, OA; lUids- 

' — PIcbon tells French Chamber of 

)rotectlon aasur"^ h.^ 

. V. Oulahaa r 



Deputies of pro 

" " "■ "; R. V. Oulahaa r««rtB K 
I praise of worli doiM in 



JI 9, 16:2 

Rlchards's „ „ 

Paris; delesBtea from Amer JewlA 
Congress commended, JI 21. 12 :S; I. 
Marshall returns from France and 
says treaty secures full Ubertlefl at 
all minorities in Eastern 'BaropK, JI 
29, 3:6; dinner and Camecie Hall 
meeting In _ honor ot retuni at L 



See alaa Italian-Jugoslav XM^iaua, 

Kot«a— Memlwrs of independenoe ndssfoB 
to U. B. recall petitions submllMd to 
conference, Ag 23. 4 :S 

Lalwr. see Intematl l<al>OT Confnvnce at 
Washington 

London— Plan to remove conference tben 
discussed in London press, 8 19. 17:3 

Macedotila^-Claimed liy BulgBriana, JI 
SI, 3:6 

Maritime Council, see Oar—mny— ) 

Memel— Plebiscite asked by OennaTi 1 
eign Minister, S 23, 17:3 

Montenegro— Govt protests against Allied 
refusal for representation in DecoUa- 
Uons with Germany. Jl 1. 13; now 
protesting against alleged exoesaes br 
Serbian troops. Jt 10. 3:4 

Near Eastern naUons" reprs file protest 
against alleged political activitiee of 
Amer misalonaries and members of 
faculty of Robert College. S 15. 17* 

Norway — Norwegian note riril iilliil 
claims for ships sunk and loss vt 
sailors' lives, JIB, 17:4 
See alia Spitsbergen. beUw 

Persia— All Kuli Khan denies aasertloas 
of responsibility of Persian Govt tor 
massacres In Urumiah. Ag 10, trt . fA: 
Shinunon replies to All Kull Khan, Ag 



Pola 



of Five receives note 



fom 

and Poles to alt In lierlln to settls 
qaeatlons arising out of transfer of 
territory from Germany. Jl 10, a.-4: 
report of Foch on boundarr wi^ 
Lithuania accepted by Supreme Coqd- 
ell, Jl 28. 2:3; will receive Gallda; 
limited autonomy will be recom- 
mended. Ab 1. 2 3 

Postal Comm approves report wbleh sn- 
thoriies all allied countries to reaume 
communication with OermsnT. Jl JD. 
1S:9 

Prisoners of War— Report in Paris press 



s held In G 

17:4: Supreme Council considers repn- 
Gemany to return Russians, At I- 
6:S; haste In repatriation urged by 
Intematl Com of Rod Cross, Ag IT, 
7:2: comm will be appointed to stndr 
question of repatriation of Tentos 
prisoners from Siberia, 8 28. 17 J 
Problems, Ag 17, TV. 7:3 



Jidy-Sapt, 1010. THE NKW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



s C*nt«r«iic« ( 



Ag 3. - - 
See sIm Ehinipean War— Peace Treaty 
with Oennany— U. 8. Senata~St«no- 
sraphlc Notes 

ReUgloUB Freedom— Memorial presented 
by Amer Bible Soc; Btatenient by Prea 
Wilaon, B 14. II, 2:2 

Reparations Comm— Membership of comm 
for Uie orKBDliatlon of Dermanent rep- 
arations, Jl 4. 2:8i U. S. Sen ForelEn 
Relations Com debates Ir of Pres WTl- 
BOn asking approval of provisional ap- 
pointment of Amer repr; majority 
Senators' hold appointment Is not lefcal 
until they ratify; resoluttons t>y Bens 
'WllUams. Harding, and Hitchcock : be- 
lief that B, M. Baruch will be ap- 
pointed by Pres Wilson, Jl 22. 1:5: U. 
S. Sen Foreign Relations Com rejects 
Wilson's request. Moses says Wilson 
has already actedj Knox 



yen I^enmer, As 1 



Sen Fall offers amendment limiting 
powers of repr of U. 8., Ag 30, 1 " 
Dreae &cta km temporary memt 

D. S., 8 S i:4; attitude of U. _. 

assailed by Pres Wilson In addreas to 

St, Louis Chamber o* " 

2:3 



1 temporary member tor 



BCBOrBAK Wui— reaee OentenBe* COon- 

Spltibergen—Com will be appointed to ln< 
QuIre Into Norwegian claims, Jl 9. 
17:1: Russian Political Conim Is wlll- 
Ing that It be coded to Norway, Jl 
31. 1G;2 

Supreme Council— Part played by H. 
Hoover told of by W. Duranty. Ag 29, 



Teschen Dlstiici— Supreme Council decide* 
that It wlU settle dispute If Poles and 
Czechs don't do so in 10 days, Jl M, 
2:0: taken up by Supreme Council : 
claims of Ciechoslovakla presented, 8 
G, 10:5; PaderewskI asks for troops 
In plebiscite district, B fl, 3:0: plan 
for settlement adopted t^ Supreme 
Council; pleWscIta will be taken, B 
12, S:*; Czechoslovak delegation ac- 
cepts plebiscite decision; denial that 
two Ministers resigned from Ciacho- 
elovak Cabinet because of dacUlon, 8 



Bulga^an Port . 
vored by Amer delegation, says R. 
V. Oulahan, Jl 23, 2:f; considered br 
Supreme Council, Ag 1*, 3:3; Ag 16, 
4:2: Supreme Council will offer It 
to Bulgaria, S 2, 1:8; plan orltlclsed 
by Greeks In Washington, S 8, 2:8; 



ment br the Entente. S 21, III, 2:7 
Russia— Council of Foreign Ministers 
takes up question of recognition of 
AU-Russlan Oovt, backs proposals of 
Kolchak that Finns Join In gen- 
eral attack on Petrograd, Jl S, 
17:S: LJoyd Oeorge denies asser- 
tion of Blr P. Kerr that he 
gaTe memorandum of peace propos- 
als tor BolshevllE! to W. C. Bullitt of 
Amer delegation, Jl 31. 3 :4 ; W^. C, Bul- 
IIU tells U. 8. Sen Foreign RelaUons 
Com how report of Amer mission rec- 
ommending recognition and peace ne- 
gotiations which Uoyd George urged 
be made public was dropped upon ad- 
vice of Pres Wilson and Amer peace 
delegation, S 13. 2:4; Bullitt gives out 
hiB report. 8 14, ti:3; ed. 8 15, 10:1; 
Bullitt denounced by P. Kerr, secretary 



B:2: Our dual standard, com- 
ineni: on Amer support of Bulgaria 
against Greek claims, Ag 18, 10:4 

Frontiers— Agreed on bv Greeks and 
Italians. Jl 24. 3:2; Ir by F, Cas- 
tlgllonl, Ag 14, 8:6 

"- ■ ' ■ " * - -1 by VenluloB, 



Ag 2. 3:4; Greek socB In : 

adbnt resolution demanding I .. 

be allotted to Greece, Ag 11, 11:1; 
Irby pr I^kadls o_n fear of Bul|iar 



port by ll Steffens made public. ^ 1 
S ;], Z : L>ondon press comment on po. 
Icy of Uoyd Odorge: statement liy A. 
Thorold; Clemenceau, in C" * 

Deputies, denies assertion 



1 and Uoyd George 

.... __ _._.jed peace offer, S 19. 

17:7; officials in Paris say that Bullitt 



_.d not tell whole truth about his plan. 
which was Inspired by Lenin, thai 
Allies recognise Soviet Govt and then 
demand an armistice, B 23, 18:6; ed. 
On the Riviera sands, S 24. 1A:3 
Berbla— Unlust treatment complained of 

by M. Veanltch, Ag 24. 1 :0 
Shipping, see Germany— Shipping 
Sfle^a— Conferees believe plebiscite mav 
be held without allied troops, Jl IT. 
2:3: organliation of Amer military or- 
ganlEaUon for occupation during ple- 
biscite discussed. Jl ZT. 2:ti: Supreme 
Council discusses sending troops for 

rllce purposes until treaty Is ratified : 
power Interallted coal mission will 



arg«d by Poles to prevent massacres 
br Oennans. Ag 27, 5 :4 : Oerman dele- 
gation In note says disturbances are 
Incited br Poles. S 10. 13:01 8 12, fl:B 



aahs N. T, Times to oppose it Ag 
27. 9:1: plan offered by Sen King. 8 



Moslem Population— Bulgarians send 
note protesting against assertion of 
of cruel treatment. B B. 3;«: Moham- 
medans In Fastem Thrace protest 
against oppressive measures taken 
against them by Bulgars. 8 IS. 16:4 

Polk Plan-Sec Polk's plan to give 
part to Bulgaria, part to Greece, and 
Internationalize western part, oc^ 
cepted by Greece, Ag 23. 1:2; pro- 
tested against by convention of 
Friends of Greece. Ag 27. 6:1: plan 
dropped. French said to have Induced 
Venizelos to withdraw assent: had 
been vetoed by Pres Wilson. S 3, 



TerHtorlal Losses, S U, 1 :S, 



CiOO^Ic 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. JulySepU, 1010. 



KVROPEAN Wmr; — Peue Canfrnnori - 

Thrace (tontlnued) :— 

U. S, Senate— Discussion. As 0, 7:1: 
Sen King introduces resolution la- 
vorlne award to Greece, relerred to 
Forelsn Relations Com. Ab 1*. 3:8; 
stand ol LAdge and King approved 
bv Amer-Hetlenlc Liberal Assoc. Ag 
18, 3:fl: Internationalization or west- 
em part fHvored by Sen KIne, S 4. 
2:6 
Wilson. (Pres)— Has plan (or Incorpo- , 
ration with area purroundlng Con- 
stantinople. S 4, 1:7; Venlzetos la 
BTleved over plan. S 8, 3:1 
Turkey-^Text of note sent to Turkish del- 
csatlon by Council of Great Powers, 
Jl 1, 1:2; Turkish mission starts home 
on advice of council a( 5, Jl G. 7:3; 
despair follows allied ri-ply to state- 
ment at claima, J] 12, 2:8: S. S. Wise 
says division o( empire Is necessary 
course tor allies, ir, Jl 13, III. 2:7: 
C. A. Setden discusses question of 
mandates, Ae 3, 3:1; Uoyd George 
tells Commons that U. S. delays peace. 
As IS. 1:2 
United Slates— Asst Sec Polk conveys Im- 
pressions that mandates may be re- 
tuaed, Jl 31. 3:4: is not represented In 
negotiations with Hungary which Col 
Cunningham Is conducting In Buda- 
pest, Ag 1. 3:3 
Vacation deferred. Ag 11. 1 :2 
Vorarlberg— I'roleata against right o( Aug- 
trla to represent It. Ag 20. 17:2 
Peace Tr»tr wllb AniitTU:— 
Acceptance by Austrian Natl Assembly- 
Will be recommended by Cabinet, S 7. 
1:6; resolution adopted by Natl Aa- 
scmbly. S S. 1:2; ed. S S. 18:3 by 
Helchsrath, S 12. 4:2 
Art Treaaurea— Summary of terma. Jl 21, 

2:4; terma. S l\ 2:5 
Austrian Interests outside of Europe- 
Special com appointed lo look after 
them, Ag 21, 1.^:3 
Austrian Keply— Summary, Ag 9, 6:3 
Boundaries— Decisions unchanged In Al- 
lies' revised terms. S 3, 3:4 
China— Suggestion that China sign It In 
ontcr to become member of League of 
Nations, Jl 1, 2:3; delegates expect to 
sign to gain membership in I-eague of 
Nations, statement by C, T. Wang, Jl 
3. 3:3; China will sign. Jl 0. 1 :2 : China 
win not declare war ended until treaty 
Is signed, Ag 21, 2:3; dcleeatea sign. 



Ag7. 14:1. „ . 

conlancv with request of Austrlans. Ag 
2t(, 1I):S: Allies' r<-ply, S 3. 1:8: Alllea' 
revised terms, S 3, 3:5 

Czechosloviikla- Itoundary Issues settled 
by Supreme Council. Jl 12. 3:5; sum- 
mary of terms. Jl 21. 1:5: delay. Jl 9, 
1T:4; delay asked by Dr. Renner on 
return to France, Jl 28, 2:4 

Economic Chiuses— lie vision asked by Via- 
count Morlcy, opposed by Tlltonl. Ag 
22, S;3; revlned terms, S 3, 2:3; state- 
ment by Renner, S a, 1S:3 

Edlturlals-The Austrian treaty. Jl 22, 
8:2: Austria la deeply pained. S 9, 
16:3 

Extension of Time— Kxtended to Aug 8, 
Jl 30. 2:7; Allies grant request of 
Austrlans. 9 5, ir>;S 

Financial Terms— Summary of terms, Jl 
21. 2:3; revised terms, S 3, 3:3 

Government of Austria must be known as 
Republic of Austria and not German 



Aust 



icll 



> As*. 



KVROPBAN Wart— PeMc ThkU 

trla :— Hungary (continued)^ 

validity and that armed torn wm 
meet any attempt to occupy 'Western 
Hungary. S 7. 1:8 
Italy— Tittoni Insists on including all ter- 
ritorial settlements. Jl 2. 0:4: Supreme 
Council decides that Austria aluuld 
build for Italy, at latter's expenae^ 
two rya through the Reschen and 
Prodll Passes. Jl 17. 1:8: BummarT of 
na. Jl 21. 2:4; revised teniu. S S, 






Foreign Relations Cnmm protesting 
against partition of country. S 3. 2:3; 
Count Siitriiy Informs Commissary for 
Oedenburg that Hungarian Govt does 
not recognize treaty as having any 



3:4 

Uons-^Austrta" 
Live stock- Summary of terms. Jl 21, SJ 
Military Terms— Summary, Jl 21, U; 

text. S 13. 2 :6 
Minorities— Serbs oppose reatrlctlona. S S, 

13:5 

See alio Rumania, below 
Montenegro— Royal Govt protests against 

reprs n- — '-- -' ^ - - 



t behig allowed to ^gn treaty. 



Bauer. (Drl Otto. Jl 28. 2:4 
Fink. Vice Chancellor. Jl 28. 2:4 
Renner, tDr) K.. Jl 23, 1;4 
Trelchl. (Dr) A.. Jl 28. 3:8 



leaves for 



r n modification of itiinor- 

Kles clauses, Ag 24. 3:8: must atgn 
without reservauon or abstain alto- 
gether from signing, decides Supreme 
Council. S 9. 19:8; delegation aonoun- 
■'1 sign only with reaervatlons : 



objec 



giving 



tuaranteca to 



racial minorlUes, S 10. 1S:8 
flerbin— la willing to algn. S 28. 2:0 
Shipping— Summary of terms, Jl 21, !J; 

text of terms, S 15. 2:8 
Signed. 5 11. 12:1 
Submission of treaty to Austrian ddega- 

led to Vienna, ddegatlon declarea. Ag 
21. 1B:3 

Terms— Summary, Jl 21, 1:5; revision: 
covering Ir holds people partldpaata 
in Hapaburgs' crimes, 8 3. 1 :8 

Text— Presented to Sen Lodge by cor- 
respondent of Chicago Tribune. S 15. 
1:3 

Tientsin- Italy demands that 

concession be transferred to ner; re- 
quest referred to conun for stodr, Jl 
13, 2:4: Italian request rejected, Jl 
18. 1:8 

Time Allowed for E 

Union of Austria with Germany. ■«« Ger- 
man Aufltria-lTnlon with Germany 

U. S, Senate— Sen Lodge preaented wttti 
copy by Chicago Tribune oorreqran- 
dent, 8 15. 1:3: Lodge puts text Into 
record. S 18, 3:0 
Peace Treaty with Bolgarlsi- 

Art treaaurea must t>e surrendered. S 1ft 
1:2 

Coal— 250.000 tons must be dellvar«d to 
Serbia. S IB. 1:2 

Completed. S " 



... ...J— Summary, 8 IB, 1:2 

United Stotcs-H, White asks Prea 'WHaon 
If plenipotentiaries shall algn, Jl &, 
3 :0 : R. V, Oulahan says Allies urge 
participation in Balkan — "* 



Julif^ept^ iai9. THE NDW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



KTntOFEAM W>f:— p«aee Tnaty with Bal- 

icariit (continued) ;— 
S*e Bl» European War— Peace Conference 
—Bulgaria. >Dd Thrace 
Feu* Treittr with OtnanaT:— 
Aeronautlca — IJ. S. offlclalB, conunentlns 
on proposed overseas Zeppelin servicer 
j._. — J y,^( treaty strlpB Germany of 

lea, Jl 15. 2:P- ' "-• "— 

pledged ta Al 

Ifl denied, 8 3^ 3 :1 
Albania— Protest asalnst Interna tlonallia- 
tlon presented by C. T. Krickson to 
U. S. Sen Foreign Relations Cora, B 
3. 2.4 
Amendments, SM nnder U. S. Senate, 



James, J1 1. 17:3 
American peace delegation statement, 8 

17, 1:2 

Ancient Order of Hibernians fears for- 
eign control Jl 19. 2:8 

BelKlum— German delegation, In note, re- 
quests French and Belgliin Govts to 
appoint comm to deal with questions 
concerning Malmedy and Morennet, Jl 
m. 2:3: Baron von Lersner, In note, 
states that German Govt wishes to 
meet Belgtans to discuss arrangementa 
tor transfer of Malmedy, Jl IT. 2:3; 
Belgian troops will occupy Malmedy, 
Ag 11, Q:S: Belgian troops occupy Mal- 
medy. Ag 14, 3;4; Sen Fall offers 
amendment changing wording of arti- 
cle providing that Germany shall re> 
nounce In favor of Belgium the krelac 
of Eupen and Malmedy, Ag Ifl. 3;7; 
dlssatlflf action over slow reparations 
and return of machinery, Ag 21. 7:1; 
BelglanH take official poascsaion of 
district of Malmedy. Ag 26. 4:.t 
Bee alao Ratification, below; Belgium 
—Holland, Relations with 
Boundarles-D. H. Miller examined by IT. 
S. Sen Foreign Relations Com. Ag. 13. 
S:e 
. Cables— Fres Wilson tells Sen Foreign 
Relations Com that U. 8. should 
have control of Island of Tap, former- 



China— Text of protest against signing, 
U. H. and Allied Govts make repre- 
sentations In Interests of ppace. Jl 4. 
3:3, 4; Irs on refusal to sign. Jl fl. III, 
2:7; Chinese students protest to Pre- 
mier and President ngaJiiBt treaty. Jl 
T. 15:0: Chinese delegates offered to 
sign treaty at the last moment, but 
tender was ignored, say returning del- 
egates, Jl 17, 2:2: C. C. Wu tells of 
loss by treaty. Jl 18. 2:3: Ir by T. 
Hsieh on Influence of U. S. In final 
settlement. Jl 18. 10:8; delegates ad- 
vise President to declare end of war 
with Germany, Jl 20. 2:5: Ir by G. Z. 
Wood on reason for not signing. Ag 3, 
III, 2:1: Govt still determined not to 
sign, Ag 21. 2:3; peace by proclama- 
tion. S IS. 17:5: E. H. Gary Is confi- 
dent that Japan will do Justice to 
China, S 2fl. 15:fi 
flee also Shantung, below 

Costa Blca— Sen L« Follette offers reso- 
lution asking Pres Wilson to inform 
V. 3, Sen why nation had not been 
permitted to participate In negotia- 
tions and sign treaty. Jl 1.5. 1 -.^ 

Diaarmament— Clemeneeau opposes pro- 
posal of A. Ijcfevre for new negotia- 
tions. 8 28, 2 :1 

editorials— Reparation in live stock. Jl 1. 
12:4: The new birth of freedom. Jl 4 
8:1: The way to prompt ratification. 
Jl 10, ]«;1; Peace with safeguards! 
The first ratification, Jl 11, 10:1, 2; On 
the way to ratification. Jl 12. 8:1: At 
sixes and sevens, comment on adop- 
tion of Lodge resolution asking (or 



; German -Japanes 



comment on appeal for treaty by 

Uoyd George. Jl 2.1, 8:1; Japan and 
Shantung, Jl 24. 8:1; The reactionary 
'•---■ . Jl 27. Ill, 1:1; The French 



i>>, ±.±. ine rrencn 
: Japan's opportunity, 
l'';!*"Si "'. Shantung to China,) Jl 31), 
8:2; The highest Amerkonlsm. (com- 
ment on conference between Pres Wil- 
son and Sen Watson:) Japan and 
China, Ag 4, 10:2, 3; Batify the 
treaty, Ag 5, 8:1; A prudent resolve, 
comment on attitude of Republicans In 
U. S. Sen. Ag 14. 8:1; War when 
there la no war, comment on confer- 
ence of Pres Wlhon with Sen Foreign 
Kelallons Com; Brockdorff points with 
pride, ed on statement that he could 
German people had 

refusing Allies' 

. _. Unyielding obsl 

icuaable delay, Ag 22, 10:1, 4; The 
?publlcan great refusal. Ag 25, 10:1; 
hat is the purpose? (tJ. S. Sen 
lendment on Shantung.) Ag 27. 10:1; 
■■""l^lhey are doing? 





^iJicndme 






■eservatlo'ns,)' 


Ag 28, 


10:2; Sei 






Sp 


encer's idea. 


Ag 30. t 








ble 




Knoi-s 


calllng^o 
no Oiou 




■elf 




'^j^i. 'iX" 


Taking 


ght ■ 


^f ' 




( amend 1 


ments d( 








by Repul>^ 




s 


2, 


19; 


4; Does the 






, 10:1 ~ 



mlli- 



10, 10:1: Defiant recklessness, (ma- 
jority report of Sen Foreign Rela- 
tions Com on reservations,) 8 11. 14:1; 
T^e radicals of Glasgow, S 11, 14:4; 
The President's platform. The minor- 
ity report. (Sen Foreign Relations 
Com,) S 12, 12:2; Mr Bullitt's dis- 
closures, S 15, 10:1; The call to duty, 
(appeal of 250 prominent Amer citi- 
zens to Sen for ratification,) S 16, 
10:1; Mr McCumber dissents, S 18, 
14:1; Mr Bullitt's disclosures, S Ifl. 
14:3; A date for recession of Shan- 
tung, S 20, 10:3; The treaty's enemies, 
S 24, 10:2: The world's hope of mercy 
and peace, S 2fl, 12:1; A practical 
Frenchman, (plea by Clemenceau for 
ratification.) S 27, 12:2 
Eg>'pl— Gov J. W, Folk, at hearing of U. 
S. Sen Foreign Relations Com, pleads 
for right of sL'lf-delermlnaUon and de- 
nounces British protectorate, Ag 2fi, 4 .2 
EslhoniH- Keprs of Mid-European League 
ask U. a. Sen Foreign Relations Com 

Ag 30. 2 n 
Execution of Treaty-Membership of comm 
(or fulfillment, Jl 4. 2:8; German Cabi- 
net appeals to German soldiers and 
civilians to help carry out treaty, Jl 
19, 3:5: Republican member of U. S. 
Sen Foreign Relations Cum cables 
Paris for copy of reservation drafted 
by French Chamber of Deputies pro- 
viding for general militar)- staff to 
cam- out provlKlons affecting France, 
Jl 22, 2:8: Dr H, Mueller, Tn speech 
" — ~ " — "'" t Assembly, 



s fulfillmen 



:, Jl 2 



terms. Ag 21. 

France— Text of treaty presented to 
Chamtier of Deputies by Premier 
Clemenceau, Jl 1, 3:a: Chamber of 
D..putk'a adopts report Jl », 1 :4; 
Clemenceau explains to Chamber cir- 
cumstances under which it was 
framed, Jl 12. 2:8: Chamber of Depu- 
ties considers report on return of 
Togoland and Kamerun; Clemenceau 



THE NEW YOBK TIMES INDEX. Jtdif^apL, IBIP. 



BrBOPBAN Wmi— P«« TnMr with Gw 
Buuv:— France (continued)— 

a&ya securltr Is KuanmCeed by da- 
t»nae treatieH with U. S. and Great 



, Jl ■ 



3:3; Clemi 






tends treaty in Chamber ot Deputies, 
but retunes to divulge minutes, Jl 20. 
2:6; Republican member of U. S. Sen 
Foreign Relationa Com cables Paris 
for copy of reservation drafted by 
Chamber of Deputies providing for 

ceneral military staff lo c — ' 

provlsloDB aftectlns France, 
2:6 

8«a also BatlflcaUon, bclaw 
Oerman Colonies— Report laying that re- 
turn of ToBotand and Kamerun to 
France only revives prior rights con- 
■Iderad by French Chamber of Depu- 
ties, Jl 19. 3 :S ; Sec lAnsIng- tells U. S. 
Sen Foreign Relations Com that 
Japan's secret treaties with Great 
Britain and FYance for dlsposlO™_ of 
captured German territory f '^^ 
and Pacific Ocean were - 



^„,^ _. inded and 

peace conference was under way. As 
li 1-8; taJtlng over by five principal 
tolled powers discussed by l]. S. Sen 
Foreign RelaUona Com and Prea Wil- 
son. Sio says U. S. must control Island 
of Tap as cable and submarine base. 
Ac 20, 8 14; Smuts tells South African 
Parliament of plan for mandate of 
Southwest Africa, 6 IS, 3 :t 
Bm als« Shantung, Iwlaw 

Oreeco-Message from Venlielos to Greek 
people on ^gnlng, Jl fl, 3:1 

IndemniUes— Text of Ir from Prea Wilson 
to Sen Lodge relating to request for 
proposed agreement between Allies for 
dlv^on of Indemnity from Germany. 
Jl 27, l:fl; B. M. Baruch testifies to 
U S Sen Foreign Relations Com, Ag 1, 
1:6; Ag 2, 7:6; Ag 3, 6:1: ed, Ag *, 
10:3; N. B. Davis teatifles to U. S. Sen 
Foreign Relations Com, Ag S, 3:3: Ag 
- - t — — ■--, A. A. Young on 
r payment 1" "~ 






: B. M. 



Indemnity 



practical dbbIs 
many. Ag 10, 1 
tells U. S. Sen . 
that Pree Wllso 

(or U. S., Ag 1 • 

Pres Wilson ttJue^oreigTi "^atTona 
Com that U. 8. expects no payment 
from Genminy except for damage In- 
curred through sinking of the ^lal- 
tanla. Ag. »■ 8:*. 8; Baron von dem 
BuBsche-Haddenhausen says Oermany 
won't pay, Ag 23, 73; Sen Knox tells 
Sen V. S. should take no Indemnity. 
Ag 30. 2:7 
8ea als* Reparations, Iwl*w 

India— D. F. Malone presents caae to IT. 
S. Sen Foreign Relations Com. Ag 30, 
2:6 

Industrial Property— statement by B. 
Long on effect on Interests of U. S. 
citizens, AgT, 20:2 

Interpretation Corom— named: 6 powers 
will be represented, Jl 30, 15:6 

Italy— report by L, Luszaltl submitted to 
Chamber of DepuOes, 3 U. 3:8 






■ Shar 



Idbor Clauses— praised In Amer Labor 
LegtslaUon Review, Jl 29, 27:3; bill 
Introduced in Spanish Sen empowering 
Govt adhere to Intematl agreement, Jl 
31, 3:2: Sen Fall offers amendment to 
Btrllie out section, Ag 30, 1:5; S. Gom- 

Eers criticises Republican Senators for 
aiding up retom — . . ^ 






Des Moines 









, _- lapital and labor dis- 
cussed by Pres Wilson In speeches In 
at, Paul and Minneapolis, S 10, 3:4. B; 
provisions upheld by Prof J. T. Shot- 
weU. S 22, 3:3 



BCKOPKAN 1VBr:-F«Mie Tnarty wttk Gw 

miwr (continued):— 

Lettl^ Republlo— RapTB at THIil Kllliilil*li 
League ask U. S. Sea Foralsn Rtj*- 
tlDo* Com (or amendment guarantee 
ing lnda»endanc<^ Ag 30. 2iS 

Uthuapla— Repr o( Mld-Suropean League 
aslc U. S. Sen Foreign Ralatkuu C«m 
(or amendment guaranteelns Inda- 
pendenoe, Ag 30, 2:S 

HUltary Terma— Allied comm wHl to u 
Oenoaiu' for carrying out of terms; 
U. S. wUI not be repreKnted. S 2L t^ 
See alua Germany— Army — Strength 

Negroes—Race euuallty In U. S. denaaad- 
ed by M. Trotter and others at heai^ 
big of U. S. Sen Foreign RelatlooB 
Com, Ag 29. 2:6 

Notes from Oermaiv and ReftUea— Ger- 
mans ask Council of for fonnatloB 
of Joint comm of Qormona and Poles 



: Id I 



setUe 



arising out o( transfer of German 
territory to Poland, Jl 10, 3:4; G«r- 
many auggeats appointment by Fnocfa 
of comm on question of exploltatloB 
of Sarre Baaln, Jl IS, 2:3; Baron Van 



rangemi 

Jin, 2 



atatea that German 



lent (or 



BlgnlnK, Jl 7, 12:8 
Watt. W. A., Jl IS, 
Poland—Statement by L. 
ed by C. A. Seldei 
which protect rights 
- '. rellt^on r 



ooncTAtulatea 
Salomlkf M 



1, 7:2; Junkers, despairing of vloitxiiee, 
~ Egest peaceful federatloa of ceded 

■ritory, , " * 



suggest peaceful 
territory, Jl 2, T.u 
Prisoners of Wai^AUlea declds 



Protests Against Ter ._ 

Buasche-Hadden h b nseti. (Baron) 

dem. Ag 23, 7:2 
Demburg, B., Jl 11, 16:3 
an Majori- ■•-■■- 



oritf » 
Jiao. 1 



Independent Sodailata' d«cna». 

■uauun In Berlin, Jl 32. 17:4 
Glasgow Trade Unions Congrcas, 8 10^ 

16:4; ed. S 11, 14:* 
Independent Socialist calls on Garmaa 

froletarlat to protest on July U. Jl 
7, 3:4 
Italian Intranslgeant Sodlaliata. Jl 14. 



Le Seuer, A., Ir read __ 
by Sen Oronna, Ag % 7:2 

Valera (Prof) " "" 



U. S. 8«B 



ments, caUlng treaty a mockerr, Jl 



Foreign Relations CoitL Ag SO. 8^4 
Racial Minorities— lid. Minority custmn- 

teea, Jl 26. 6:1 
Ratification :— 

Belgium— Foreign Affairs Com c^ 
Chamber of Deputies acts favorably, 
Jl 31, 3:2: raUfled by Chamber af 
Deputies, Ag 9, 6:7; stalauent br 
Sea L&nslng, Ag ID, 4:6; approved 
by Sen, Ag 27. 1 :S 
Canada— Gov Gen summons ^wdsl 
session of Parliament, S X ):<: 
House of Commons will approv* 
treaty, lleldlng amendment defeated. 
S 12, 4:0; accepted by House of Cam- 
England— Peace Treaty bill pnnana aee- 
ond and third reading ta Boom 
' " " defended by lAaji 



Jv^SfpL, IBIB. THE NEW TORE TIMES INBEX. 



ErBOPBAIf Wuri— Peace Trtrnty with Qmt- 

nanr:— Ratification :— Bnsland (eonUnued)— 
0«OTS«t Jl % I'Sl paues Com of the 
Whole without amendment, Jl 22, 
S:T; ed, FarllBmentary soverelsnty 
at lait, Jl 23. 8:1: Peace Treaty bill 
paued by House of I<ords, Jl ZS, 1:7; 
royal aaaant makea treaty law. Ag 1, 



:^>touni 



nimelles de Conalant, Baron d', 
ursea It. Jl 10. 3 :i 
Prance— Chamber of Deoutles receives 
report on provlBlonB. Jl 11, S:6; dlB- 
cuBsed by C. A. Selden. Jl 24, 2:7; 
Cabinet approves propoeal that peace 
should be considered to exist offi- 
cially from date of official publlca' 
tlon of raUncatlon. Ag 1, 2:3; fa- 
vored by Chamber of I>eput]ea Peace 
Coin, Ag 2. 1:4: voted by Chamtwr 
of Deputies, Ag 3. 3:2; " ' " 

~ . Qj T-^ U— ... 



UlnMer Barthou. As 6, ] 
ber of I>eputles debate. Ae ZT, 1:S; 
Ag 20, 4;2: Ae 30. 1:8; Ir by R. 
Jablne. S 2, le-.S; Tardleu speaks lor 
Govt; opposed by L.. Barthou, 8 3, 
S :3 ; rejection urged by Franklin- 
Bouillon: military terms discussed 
by Barthou, S 4. 2:2; Soclallat mem- 
bers split, a fi, 3:2: called tor by 
Vlvlanl In Chamber of Deputies, S 
IT, S :3 : J. Lonsuet says Socialists In 
Chsmbisr of Deputies will not vote 
tor It, 8 IS, 17:7: Clemenceau says 
treaty diould be ratified before date 
tor elections Is settled. S 20. 3:2: de- 
mand In Chamber for all data, fi 24, 
1:2; debate In Chamber of Deputies. 
S 2C. 1:2: urged by Clemenceau In 
Chamber of Deputies. 8 26. 1B;2: ed, 
B 27. 12:2 
Germany— Bill Introduced In Constit- 
uent AMembly. Jl 7. lB:e; approved 
tar Federal Com. Jl 8. 1:2: ratified 
m Constituent ABsembly, Jl 10. 1:2; 
Pres Bbert sign bl'l ratifying treaty, 
Jl 11, B:l; ed. The first ratmcaUon, 
Jl 11, 10:2; scene In Constituent A>- 
■ambly deacrlbed by O. Benwlck. 
Jl 11. 15:3; offldal document aet- 
tlng forth ratincation recelvad by 
French Foreign Office, Jl IS, 2:8: 
Oennati delegation notified of ac- 
ceptance, and Informed that Idock- 
ade wm BOOD be raised, Jl 13, l:fl; 
onesDon wheOier It will be neoM- 
-. -J obtain separate ratification 
Federal States oonsldered 1:^ 
Nidi Chamber of Depudes Comm, 
v> 27, 2:6 

Italy^WUI b« onpoaed by Socialist 

Parte group In Parliament, Jl 4, P:B 

Kew Zealuid— Ratified by Parllamenb 

B 4. 2:4 
Poland— Ratified by Parliament, Ag 2, 
1:4; statenient by Paderewskl at sit- 
ting of Diet Ag 3, 6:5 
South Afrlcar-Ratlfled by Houae of As- 
sembly 8 12, 4:6 
United States—Urged by C. W. BUot, 
Irs, Jl 1, 12:7; Ag 22, 10:7; ed, Ag 
22, 10:1 ■»» ■ . . ■»» 

-a Bis* Buropean War— Peace 
Treaty with Qermany- U. 8. Sen 
Refusal to Sign (Oermany)— Brockdorff- 
Raatsau tavs, in Ir to Pres Bbert, that 
he could have carried out his policy It 
he had bean backed up by German peo- 
ple, Ag 10, 32:2; ed, Ag ZO, 11:4 
ReiMU«Uona— Reparation In live stock, ed, 
Jl 1, 12:4: Oennans notified by Allies 
that Oennanv must be prepared to In- 
troduce meaBures for compulsory worb 
In order to bring about prompt ^ecu- 
tlon of reparation work In north of 
France, Jl 18. IS :T : French ParllamenS 
ary Com estimates foe's material dam- 
age. Jl 22 1:2: stolen goods sent baidc 
to France b- Oermanv are small part 
of Otoaa taken. Jl 2S, 2:7; Belgians dls- 
■atiafled with lack of payments from 



K. ^ 



KCBOFEAN War:- Peaee Trea^ with Oer- 

man.y: — Reparations (continued) — 

Germany and stow return Of maChlnMy, 

Ag 24 7:1 

Bee also Indemnities, aboTei Shiropean 

War— Peace Conference— R^aratlona 

Comm 

Reservations, see uider U. B. Senate, 

below 
Rhine Agreement— Sen I^tdge reads U. B. 
Sen record text of agreement by U. 8., 
Great Britain, and Prance. Ag 2. 7;2: 
submitted to Sen by Prea Wilson. Ag 

Rumania— King Ferdinand eongratulatos 
Pres Wilson on signing, Jl 12, S:i; 
notified that goods requisitioned in 
Hungary will be deducted from indon- 
nity. Ag 24. 8:6 
Bee else European War— Peace Confer- 
ence— Himnry 
Barre Basln-KJerman delegates. In note, 
suggest totpolntment by French of 
comm on question of exploitation, Jl 
IB. 2:3: discussed at conference of 
Pres Wilson with Ben Foreign Rela- 
Uons Com. Ag 20, 0:7 
Schleswlg-Holateln-^lemaic«au protests 
to German delegation anilnst Qer- 
many selling natl property, Jl St. 



; opposes awurd to 



Amer Defense E 
Japan, Jl IS, I 

Amer Delegates' Letter to Peace C«n- 
ference, sh V. 8. Ben, bolew 

Anglo-French-Japaneae Agreement- 
Sen Norrla reads to U. S. Sm corr*- 
Bpondence onbodylng promlMs of 
EInglsnd and France, Jl 16, 2:2; Pres 
WUson tells Republican Sena that he 
decided claim because of private 
agreement, Jl 23, 1:3: Wilson denies 
responstbllitr for settlement, Jl 24, 
l:fi: T. F. Millard Charges aecrel 
agreoment. correspondence With D. 
J. Hill, text of memorandum, Jl 86, 
1:6: denial by Japanese charge 
d'affaires In Washington, Jl 27, 2:6: 
article from Far Eastern Review, Jl 
27, III, '4:2; Baron Maklno says 
charge of Millard concerning agree- 
ment Is without toundaUon, Jl 31, 
3:7: Sec I«ns[ng tells U. 8. For- 
eign Relations Com that secret 
treaties tor disposition of captured 
German territory were concealed 
from U. 8. at time Lanslng-Ishll 
agreement was concluded, and until 
war had ended and Peace Confer- 
ence was under wu^, Ag 12, 1:S; de- 
nounced by Sen McCormlck, Ag 21, 
10:7: T. F. Millard says denial by 
Baron Maklno evades question, Ag 8, 
8:7 



peace with Germany, a Allies dis- 
regard protest, says C. T. Wang, Jl 
3, 3:3: will sign treaty It Juan wlU 
state when she will return Province. 
Jl 4, 3:3; Cabinet divided; delega- 
gaUon of patriots try to commit sui- 
cide In presence of Pres Hsu Chlh ' 
Chang, Jl 12. 2:2; Dr Wu Tlng- 
tang. Interviewed by J, W. Jetferles, 
discusses cession to Japan, Jl 13, III, 
6:1; C. C. Wu tells of China's loss, 
Jl 18, 2:3: China will Insist on re- 
turn ol Province, says C. C. Wn, Jl 
18, 2:2; H. K. Kung and T. H. Hsu. 
reprs of people of Shantung Province 
at Paris, charge that Japan was to 
blame for failure ot Council of 'Three 
to permit Chinese delegates to act 
as they wished : assert that people of 
Shantung will revolt. Jl 20. 2:3; re- 
turning delegates who arrive In N T 
C express views on seCUemEnt. Jl 21, 
2:6: Choo-chu Wu tetis Ben Ixtdge 

that China will not sign traal 

• fl. J12a.2:7 



IS grant la revoked. . 



2:7; atti- 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtUySepU, 1919. 



ErBOPEAN War:— Pence Trt«tr vith On- 
ninnr: — ShanlunK:~ChlniL-B Altitude and 

.^okomnen's StalemenU (continued)— 

tude defended by Dr Hsu In speech 
to China Soc, Jl 26. 2:5: Ir by Ye 
Young ChHU explaining that by lease 
given to Germany rights were not 
transferable. Jl 3fl, 8:Ti memorandum 



tlgat. 



study c 



sailed by Kato, Jl 27, 
Japanese charge d'aftalrs In U. _ 
tells Sec Lansing Japan is ready t 
quit Klao-Chau - - - ■ 



Chins 



1010. Ag 8, 1:4 



; refer 






_ _ urn. Jl 27, II. 1:6; state- 
ment to American people by reprs of 
S Chinese organisations. Jl 31, 3:2: 
return In year demanded with reltn- 

Sulshmsnt of control of ry, Jl 31, 3:7; 
resident of China tells Capt P. O. 
O'Brien that he Is crateftil to U. 8. 
for interest In problem, S B, 5:3: 
Chinese d<!lci;at[on denies that Oer- 
mans in China are urging Oovt to 
resist overtures by Japan, S 10. 2:3 

China Soc— Letter by A. B. Humphrey 
defending altitude, S 28, III, 2:1 

Germany-Report of demand for com- 
pensation for Klao-chau, As B, 1:2 

Japan's Attitude and Spokesmen's 
Statements— Delegates who arrive In 
N Y C say It la Insult to doubt 
Japan's purpose to deal fairly with 
China. Jl 21. 2:8: R- V. Oulahan saya 
decision was forced by Japan forcing 
on Council of 3 fears of collapse of 
League of NaUons plan: and that 
Japan Is expected to release control, 
acting under pressure from Pres Wil- 
son, Jl 23. l:fl. 7: Japanese delegates 

grant was given In exchange far 
withdrawal of objection to racial 
clause In League of Nations, Jl 24, 
1:5: ed, Japan and Shantung, Jl 
24, 8:1: Japanese charge d'af fairs In 
Washington confers with B. Long, 
Aest of State, said to be urging 
Toklo to make setOement; Premier 
Hara said to have told reprs of 
Kensel-Kal Party that should dis- 
turbances continue In China, Japan 
may be compelled to adopt mea- 
sures to safeguard Japanese inter- 
, Jl 25, 1:6; Japan sends Inves- 



-Peace Treaty witk 0«r> 

manyt — Shantung (continued): — 
Letters, Jl 27. Ill, S;l 
Levy. J. M., says Javan shoiOd T«c«lve 

conccsaton. A« 25. 2:8 
Lowell, (Dr) A. L., upholda BTVit to 

Japan, Jl 2S, 2:6 
Peking Anglo-Amer Assoc condcnmi 

settlement Jl 9. 17 :8 



signing treaty. Jl 29, 1:2: Japan's 
opportunity, ed, Jl 30. S:2; award 
defended by Dr lyenaga. Ag 2. 7:1: 
ed. Ag 4. 10:3: statement by Japan- 
ese Govt. Ag S. 1:2: Uchlds declares 
that Jnpnn does not intend to claim 
rights ntfectlng territorial soverelKn- 






ment assailed by Itcpubllcan i 
bcrs of V. S. Sen. As 8. 4:1: return 
rests with China. Premier Hara says. 
As IS, 3:n: R. B. Baker tells how 
Japan forced srant, Ag 17. II, 1:8: 
discussed by Viscount Kato. Ag 20. 
14:8: BtBtement by Premier Hara. S 
1. 1:2: will be returned to China In 
a year, predicts T. Mntsuoko. S 4, 
17:8; comment by Tal-Chi Quo, S tS. 
3:5: faith In Japan's promises voiced 
by Pres Wilson to St Louis Chamber 
of Commerce. S S, 2:3: Ir by T. 
Iguchl, S 7. tlT. 2:4: report that U. 
S. has asked Japan to aot definite 
date for rrtum to China, S 17, 1:2; 
Japan dfnl.'S rtfelvlne note from 
V. S. asking n date for leaving Klao- 
Ohau. R 18, B:B- ml. a date for the 
rerewlon of Shantung, S 20, 10:3; 
settlement In near, says Prince F. 
Konoye. S 2.I. 13:3 
Lansing, (Sec) R., condemned pro- 
vision, W. C. Bullitt tells Sen For- 
eign Relations Com, 6 13. 1:1 



U. i 



r Peace DelegatloD B 

Sen Borah offers resolution s 

Ing Pres Wilson to auboilt to Sen 
any protest, Jl 11, 2:1; knowledn 
denied by Aast Sec Polk, J1U. 
2:1; was memorandum to Pre* 
Wilson, Jl 13. 1:4: Borah reaolo- 
tlon voted on by Foreign Rela- 
tions Com, Jl IB, li9; Sen adoiits 
Borah resolution, Jl 18. 1:6; Ir ot 
delegates was not regarded by 
them as protest, Jl 22. 2:8: Pr™ 
WUsoD says In Ir tr "- -"- ^- 

can't submit mete 

Oen BUSB, Ag 12. 11:8 

Borah. (Sen) ^ . 

at Trinity Church. , 
ssalls award '- '-- 
speech in Omaha. E 

Capper. (Sen) A.— Interview with 
Prea Wilson, J! 24, 2:3 

Chicago Tribune— ed. Jl ZL 104; 
poll, Ag 23, 1:3; Ag 26, 2:9 

Cummins. (Sen) A. B.. opposes 

nmpndmfnt. S 27. B;7 

I Com Hearings^ 

- ^g' I( 

conference with Pres Wilt 

20. 9:1: Dr E. T. William 

fles. Ag 2.'!. 4 :1 

Knox. (Sen) P, C. 

many obtained p 

Intmla. Jl 30. 2:1 

Lament, T. W., statement, S 8. 12:7 

Lodge Amendments — Proposal (o 

return It to China adopted by 

Foreign Relations Com, A« M. 

•"■ -'. Ag 2.'i. •"■•- —■• 



I. A« 2S. 1 . 
<: wants amendment ratl- 
~" " " '. Ae 25. 10:1 



Foreign Relations 



China Soc 

fled. Ag 2 

debateiT 1 . _ _ , 

Com; Hitchcock tells Pre;. __ 

Aon It will be defeated. As 27. 

1:8. 7: ed. Ag 27. 10:1: dlscusaed 

by Spencer, Ag 29. 1 :2 

McCormirk. (Sen) M., denounces 
Anglo - French - Japanese BKree- 
ment. Ag 21, 10:7 

McCumber. (Sen) P. J., favora ex- 
pression of Japan's holdlnK rletats 
of Chin- •- -K '-■• -Jr 

assails Lodge ami 

1:6; ed, Ak 27. 10 _ . _..._ 

I--H11. Ae 2S, 1.8: proposes amend- 
ment. S 6, 1:6; ed, S 8. 12:1; 
chlded by Chinese peace delega- 
tion for virtual recognition of 
Chi no- Japanese treaty of IBIS^ S 
11. 8.5 

Norris, (Sen) G., sayA he will not 
vote for League of Nations t 
less award to Japan Is 

Jl 3, 12:B reads diploma. 

si>ondence of Elngland and France 
cmbodvlns promises In 1917, Jl 
16. 2:2; allegorical speech. S 7. 
21:4 

Plebiscite proposed by Borah. Jl 

Rejection— Favored by Borah, S !«, 
1:8 

Republlcnn Senators attoi-ked la 
inese pren, Ag 19. <:4 
Mn .(^<'>>>, j^etends award to 

tlons 



lulled. 



Jtdjf-Sept^ 1919. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



■UKOFEAN War:— Pmmw Tn«tr wltb Qcr- 
m»Br:— Shantung;— U. S. Senate (contin- 
ued) :— 

Spencer, (Sen) S. P., offers resolu- 
tion dlHHpprovlnB nwnrd lo Ja- 
pan, referred to ForelKti Rela- 
tions Com, Jl IS, 2:7: RtBtement. 
S 10. 2:3 

SUtl sties- Will Inms accuses Ixvlee 
and Borah of aubmlltlns false 
figures: they deny charge. Jl 22, 

Treaty of ISftS whereby Germany . 
was granted rights called for by 
Foreign Relations Com, Jl 17, 2:1 

Walsh, (Sen) T. J., defends award 
to Japan. Jl 2». 2:4 

Watson. (Sen) J, E,, demands thB.t 
Japan wlthdrnw before ratltl ca- 
tion, Ag e, S:8 

Wheeler, E. P., Ir, S 14. III. 2:2 

Wtlloughby, W. W.. says that after 
.__ ._ «^._. Japanese 



will 






lute. AgS. 8:7 
Wilson. (Pres) W., _.. 

Wilson, (Pres) W,— Peace Treaty 



Wise. ( 






Shipping, see Oennsny— Shipping 

Silesia, He Silesia 

Status of treaty discussed by D. H. Mil- 
ler,. Ag •». Ill, 6:1 

Territorial arrangements discussed by 
Pre? Wllaon In conference with For- 
eign Relations Com, Ag 20. D :T 

Ukraine— Reprs of Mid-European Lieaguc 
ask U. S. Sen Foreign Relations Com 
for amendment guaranteeing Indepen- 
dence. Ag 3. 2:5 

United States— Statement by Assl Sec H, 
Long on effect ( '"' " ' 



1 relat 



> Indus 



trial property, Ag 7, 20:2: Ir bv W. C. 
Armstrong on compensation by Qer- 
many, Ag 10, III, 2:7 
U. S. Senate — 

Amendments, see Reservations, below 
Chronology of action, Ag JO. Ill, 4:3 
Conferences with Pres Wllaon— Pres 
Wilson confers with Republicans, 
gives secret Information: Sen Lodge 
opposes plan, Jl 18. 1:8: Wilson con- 
fers with Hitchcock; latter Is con- 
fident that treaty will be adopted 
without change, Jl 19, 1:8: etl. Jl Ifl, 
8:1: Norrls will not accept Invitation 
lo confer, Jl 21, 1:8: Wilson Invites 
Edge, Cummins. Calder, and Norrls. 
latter declines. Jl 22, 1;B; ed. Jl 22, 
8:1: Wilson confers with Calder. 
Cummins, and Edge; says ho decided 
Shantung claim. Jl 23. 1:6; Wilson 
tells Edge, Sterling, McLean, and 
Newberry that he opposes changes 
and that small nations look to the 
U. S., Jl 24, 1:5; conference with 
Spencer and Warren, Jl 26, 1:S; 
speed In consideration urged In con- 

'; Wilron 



__„ _, ... n conference 

with Wilson. Ag 4, 10:2: Pres Wilson 
accepts request ot Lodge lo explain 
treaty, Ag IS. 1:5; text of Ir from 
Lodge to Pres Wllmn requesting 



that 



! with Foreign Rela- 



rull p 



, Ag 



IB, S:7; statement by Sen Fall. . 
IT. 5:5; conference at White House 
with members ot Foreign Relations 
Com; full text of discussion, Ag 20. 
1:8; ed, Ag 20. 14:1; Ir by C. H. 
Grastv. Ag 21. 10:7: Wilson confers 
with S*aiiK)n, Ag ae^l^^P 

" ""teHH 



Wilson (continued)— 

s opposes ami 

servatit 
on lour ot the U. i 

Costa Rica— Foreign Relations Com 
votes to report on resolution offered 
by La Foil el te asking If Nicaragua 
had been permitted to Invade coun- 
try. Jl 15. 1:5 

Foreign Relations Com Hearing— B. M. ' 
Baruch testifies on economic phases, 
Agl, 1:6; Ag2, 7:6; Ab3, 6:1; N. H. 
Davis testltres - " ■ ■ ■ 



See Lansing tesUfles. Ag 7. 
Lansing testifies about Japanese 
17:7; conference at White House 
with Pres Wilson, full text of dis- 
cussion, Ag 20, 1:8; ed. Ag 20. 
14:1; Dr J. O. Ferguson, offi- 
clol adviser to Pres -' "^■-- -- 
titles on Shantung, e 
Ag 22, 2:2; Dr E. T. 
ties on Shantung. Ag 
offers resolution tha 



26, 4:2; M. Trotter l.._ „ 

mand equality In U. S. tor negroes; 
W. E. Macklin charges Japan with 
reviving opiiun trade In China, Ag 



Italy, S 



tary to Uoyd George, S 16, 6:2; ed. 



copy of reservation dratt- 
ed by Chamber of Deputies providing 
for general military statf to carry 
out provisions, Jl 2i, 2:8 

n-Japanese Alliance— Sen Lodge 



otters 
. S, 3:1 



r/ ot alleged trea.. 



Jl 



report on "Loflge resolution, Jl 15, 
1:5: Lodge resolution adopted, Jl IS. 
1:8; e<i, Jl 16, 12:1; MaJ Slaughter 
sends copy of alleged treaty discov- 
ered among Soviet archives at Perm, 
Jl 19, 1:7 

Labor provisions discussed by Ben 
Thomas. Ag 23, *:3 

Le Seuer, A., Ir ot protest against 
treaty read into record by Sen 
Gronna. Ag 2, 7:2 

Majority Report of Foreign Relations 



Com— S 11. ; 



; ed. E 



Minority Report of Foreign Relations 
Com, S 12. 1:1; cd. 8 12, 12:2 

Presentation of Treatv by Pres Wilson 
—Open session voted, Jl B, 1:3: 
treaty presented, Jl 11. 1:8 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jidif-S^pU. 191$. 



KVBOFBAN W>r:- 



R&tlflcation :— 

Amer Bar Aaaoc urxea It, S 5, I 

AmBT RlshU I.e&Kua denun 

mpt Kctlon. Agii. 3:3 



Bamen. W.. predicts It, S U._2;8 

:l the 
Brj^.'w. y., predVculi.'B''2fl, 



lubilcs 



3 22 10 :2 



ErBOPBAN Wut— Tea 

nanr!— tJ' S. Semte:- 
ucd>:— 

8» alio Lescue to Stafmee 



Bonh, (Seii)TI.. _.. ., 

tbrou^ioul the world. A^ U>. 17:8 



tella of protest 

-. ..--Id. Ajffi. r " 

R. Jr., Ir. S 4, 2^6___ 



Church. 8. H., urEes It In Ir 
Lodse, Jl 3, 12.S 

Clarke. J. I. C, Ir. S 1, 0:7 

Clemenceau. (Premier) Q.. urgies It, 
S 2e. 16:2; ed, B 27, 12:2 

Cowlea, W. H., urees Quick action, 
S 13, 2:7 

Bdfte, (Sen) W. B., urns prompt 
action, S 18. 1S;3 

Bltol. C, W., Ir, Ag 22, 10:7 

Final vote called for by Ijodg^ S 
16. 1:4 

Foreign Helatlons Com— Ends read- 
Ins of treaty, JI 2S, 1 :S : confer- 
ence with Frea Wlson. Ag 20, 
6:1; resolutions framed, S a, '"' 



___ fight, Jl 30, 2:1 
Fruicis, D. R., urges speedy action, 

Ag 3, 1:2 
Qarvtn, J. L., deplores debates, S 8, 

S:fl 
Gary. E. H.. urges It, Jl 23. 1S:2 
Qeman press comment, S 12, 8:1 
Glass, C, Ir, Ag 10, III, 2:2 
Oompers. Et., \irgot It. Ag 31, 1:0; 
address to Associated Advertlslns 
Clubs, 8 23. 19:7 
Grand Army of the Republic— Dele- 
gates to Annual Bncampment op- 
pose It. 8 13, 8:7 
Qrasty. C. H., Irs, Jl 24, 8:7; Ag 

Greene. J. D., favors It. S IS, 18:1 

Greek Loyalists' Lisague of Amer 
demands It, 8 29, 3:0 

Harding, (Sen) W. O., his opposi- 
tion opposed by members of hla 
iwrty In Ohio, Jl 20, 2:2 

Harrison, (Sen) F., urges It Jl 
Z2, 2:4 

Hays, W. H.. urges prompt action, 
S W, 1 :1 

Hitchcock, (Sen) O. U., urges It 
Immediately, Ag 18. 4:3 

Hoover, H, C. urges it 8 1*. 17:1 

Jackson. F. D., opposes attitude of 



JeSBUp, H. ~W.. Irl Ag iV, III. 2:4 
Johnson, (U. S. Sen) H. W., op- 
poses unqualified ratification in 
speech in 6t Paul, S 20. 3:3: 
urged by prominent Callfomisns 
to withdraw bis opposltloa. 8 28, 



rest with U. S.. tut toUows 



tlon, Ag 30, 1:7; comment Ag'Sl, 

1:8; denounced by Owen, 8 1. 

3:3; od, S 1, 8:4; I - - - 

Hitchcock, S 4, 1 :fl 
Lamont, T. W., urges It B T. 12:7 
Lane. (Bee) F. K., urges It Jl 31, 

3:1 
Lansing. (Sec) R., urges It B 21, 

LSB«iie to Einforee Peace— State- 
ment Ag 12, 2:2; asks for (100,- 
000 to aid CBjnpalgn. 8 21. 1:2; 
Dr W. H. Short explains appeal 
for fund, fi 13, 3 :7 



3 21. 3:3 

Methodist Episcopal Church In- 
diana Confereoce urges IW S 18. 
3:1 

N -Y S Federation of Labor urgss 
It Ag 28, 14:1 

Owen. (Sen) R. L., urgea It. Ag 
1, 2:2 

Poroerene, (Sen) A., urges it Jl 
22, 2:4 

Ransdell, (Sen) J. E., ursas It Ag 



Saulsbury, W., predicts ratttlEa- 
tlon. Jl 2. 13 :1 

St^ellar-Stelnwarta, R. von. com- 
tnents on attitude of RepuhUcana 
S 8, 3 :3 : ed, S 9. 10 :4 

Scott (Urs) H. T. T., arses It, B 
22, 10:7 

Smith, (TT. 8. Sen) Hoke, urges ac- 
tion. S 26, 3;e 

Swiss press comment S 12, 8:1 

Taft, W. H.. urges It In Ira to W. 
H. Hays and R^ublleaa Sena, Jl 
24, 1:S: ed. Jl %^10:l 

2S0 prominent U. S. dtliens aiveal 
for It 8 IS, 1:1: ed, B IS. 10:1: 
Ir by D. C, Van Valken' -^ " 



Ir by n 
16, i2:a 



Wllilams. T., lr,_B 20. 10:« 
Wilson, (Prea) W., Attitude oC ss* 
WUson, (Pros) Peace Treaty wlOi 
Germany— Senate 
Reading forced bv Hitchcock after 

dash with Lodge, 8 17, la 
Reparations Comm, aaa Eftiropean Waf 
— Peace Conference — RiQ>aratloos 
Comm 
Reservations and Amendments'.— 
Acceptance pleaded tor by UcKd- 

lar. JI 23. 2:4 
Amer Bar Assoc says amendments 
can and should be madb a.ttltude 
on reaervatlona, 8 S. 1 :7 
Aahurat (Sen) H. F., statea cnpo- 
sitlon In mesBBge to Prea Wllaoii, 
_reply by Wilson, 8 26, 1:2 
Barnes, W.. predicts adoption. B M, 



position 

Curds, (ben) C, oounta 40 irtu 
will vote against ratUlca.tlon un- 
less reservaUona are adopted, Jl 



Democrats will 



led, HltduuSTtellawSsan, 



» 

vldlng that Gero 

nounce In favor of I 
krelse of Eupen ~ ~ ' 

Ag 18. 8:7: <rf¥er8 

strike out labor aecUon and llm- 
ItinK powers of U. 8. Itapr at 
Reparation Comm, Ag 80. 1:S: 
teM vote on Lodg« reacaaOan to 
put ott consideration glTsa vic- 
lOIT to RepubUeanaL 8 H. Id 



Julif^ept, 1»1». THE NEW TOBX TWES INDEX. 



BCKOPBAN W«ri— rcKM TrcBtr with Oer- 
niAny:— U. 8. SMUite: — ReaervatlonB and 
Amendments (contfnued) ;— 



, . 0: Republican memberi. 

outline plana tor dispoatnK of 
amendmeata. Ak 23, 1 :3 ; votes BO 
ameiidiiienta providing against 
Ainer partJdpalion In settlement 
of European boundarie*. Ag ZJ, 
1:5: Republlcana fix on 1 reser- 
vatlona, 8 4, 1:6; votea to report 
i reMrvatlons and 38 amend- 
mentB, 8 B, 1:B; malorlty report, 
S 11, 1:4: text. 8 11. 6:2: ed. 8 
11, 14:1; minority report. S 12. 
1 ;1 : adoption of majority report 
urged by Harding, oppoaed by 
■■""" B 12, T:l: ed. S12, 12:2; 



HcCutnber In report of hia own 
condemns majority r«K>rt of For- 
eign Relatione Com, S U, 3 :1 ; ad, 
8 M. 14 :1 

Four European Powers' acceptance 
In order to make treaty valid auK- 
gested by L,odge. Idea Indorsed 
by aeveral Kepubllcana, including 
radicala. Ag 8. S:l 

Qreat Britain and France would 
agree to them aceoniJng to aaaur- 

by Lodge, Jl 21, _ . 
Haya, W. H.. »r> If Prea Wilson 
will accept them It will expedite 



EUROPEAN WHE-Peaee Tieatr wKh Oer- 

many:— U, H. Senate :—ReservatIonB and 
Amendments (continued) :— 
Sterling, (Sen) T., 
Ag 6. 3:2 

Swanson, tSt _.. _, 

against them. Jl IS, ] 



; 8, 3:4 



Johnson. (Sen) '■■. n., duuuhuiibu 
back to Waahlngton by L^dge, & 
19, 1:1; Democrats agree to wait 
hia return, S 21. 1 :3 

KelloKK, (Sen) F. B., Inalata on 
adoption, Jl IC, 1:6 

Kenyon, (Sen) W. a, aupporta 



1 League of 



League of Nations, 
Na tlon»— Senate 

McCumljer, (Sen) J. P.. atatement 
Ag 29, 2:3; answered by Fall. Ag 
28, 1:8; leads mild reaervaUon- 
Ists: opposes all amendmenta, S 1, 
1:5; oflera resolution, text. S S. 
1:0. 6: compromise reservations, 
S 28. IV. 1:4: text telegraphed to 
Prea Wilson In Salt Lake City, S 
28. 1:6 

Pan Oermanlst and Bolshevist 
propagandlata tn Switzerland ex- 
ploit attacks, 8 16. 10:4 

Plttman. (Sen) K., opposition, Jl 
26, 2:2; offers resolution embody- 
ing 4 Interpretative reservatlona, 
Ag21, 1:7, 8; ed, Ag 22, 10:1; ex- 
plalna reasons. Ag 24, 1:7 

Fomerene, (Sen) A., opposition, S 



Fi prepares 



10, 1-- 

Republlcan g . , ... . 

text of reservatlona reaolutlon. Ag 
2. 1:1; McNary confers wlUi 
Lodge. Ag 12. 2:1: Democratic 
aid assured: Lodge has not given 
assent. Ax 14, 1:3; ed, Ag 14, 
8:1' mild reservation! Hta led by 
McCumber and McNary decide 
against all amendments, S 1, 1:0: 
claim victory for modified reserv- 
ations; atatement by Lodge, 8 7, 

Shantanc, see Shantung— U. S. Sen 
below 

Shennan, (Sen) L. T., discusses 
them. Ag D. 3:2 

Simmons, (Sen) P. M.. favors In- 
terpretative reservaUona, 8 6, 
1:3 

SmlHi, (Sen) H., favors reserva- 
tions. 8 23. 3:3: ed. a 24. 16:2 

Spencer, (Sen) S. P., offers reso- 
lution, Jl 36, 1:8; statement, Ag 
2». 1:2; favors thttn, S 10. 1:4 



Repuldicans fear* radical 
amendments, Jl 24, 1 :S ; ed, Jl 
2a. 10:1 
Thomas, (Ben) O. 8., statemanta, 

Ag 20. 2:3; 8 23, 3:3 
2C0 prominent dtliens appeal tor 

rejection. S 10, 1:1 
Two-thlrda Vote-Prss Wilson tdls 
n It Is n 



Lodge and Hltchcook, Jl 11. : 

7; Dr J. U. Hoore declines to say 
whether he advised Pres Wllaon, 
Jl 12, 1:7 
Wadbama (Judge) In Ir to Son 
Calder, suggests legal procedure, 
- Ag 21. 2T 
Wilson's attitude, as* '^Uson. 
(Prea) W.-Peace Treaty With 
Qermany— Senate—Beservattons 
See •■•• League of Nations— Sen- 
Rhine Agreement— Text read Into rec- 
ord by Sen Lodge. Ag 2, 7:2; aub- 
mltted by Prea ^V'ilson, Ag 30, 3:2 
Secret treatlea of Allies denounced by 
Sen Johnaon in St Louis, S IS, 22:1 
Separate ConalderatJon of Treaty from 
League of Nations Covanant— Sen 
Knox has new plan. Jl 6, 13:1: Re- 
putdlcan membera of Foreign Rela- 
tions Com confer on policy ; Sen 
Fall dlaagreea with Prea Wilson's 
view that covenant Is 'So tnterwovsa 
that It cannot be voted on sotarats- 
ly, Jl 13, 1:0: discussed by Pronlar 
Hara of Japan, Jl 20, 1:6; San Knox 
drafts reaolutlon, Ag 22. 1:3; Sen 
Knox says he will renew flgtat; text 
of his contemplated resolution, Ag 
13, 3:8; opponents to reservation 
confer with Knox over draft of reso- 
lution. Ag 22. 1 :S : urged by Aroer 
Defense Boc, B I, 3:1 
Shantung, see European 

Treaty with C " 

8. Senate 
Stenographic Notes— Sen John80n__of- 
fers reaolutlon catling on State Dept 
to submit records of secret proceed- 
ings to Foreign Relations Com. no 
action taketi, Jl IS. 1:5; adopted by 
Foreign Relations Com. Jl l9. 1:8; 
Lodge complains that dat ' 
held. Hitchcock says he ' 



Pres Wilson. In Ir to tJbdge, explains 
delay In sending data. Jl 27. 1:6; 
Lansing favors not giving them lest 
It irritate Allies. Ag T. 1S:8; Pres 
Wilson In Ir says he Is unable to 
furnish data asked for, Ag 12. 1:8; 
Pres Wilson discusses subject with 
Foreign Relations Com. Ag 20, 8:3; 
work of Foreign Relations Com 
hampered without them, says Lodge. 
Ag 24. 2:3; Pres Wilson sends more 
data but declines to submit tentative 
treaties with minor powers, S 2. 2:2 

Ictorlal nislory. nee II, S.— European War 

—Military Operations— Photographs 

ritonen ef War:- 

Americans In Qennany— H. Seldel. 13 yrs 
old. on his way to Fort Bliss. Texas, 
r having spent 6 yrs In Germany, 



French in Germany— Visit o 



THE NEW YOKE TIMES INDEX. Juli^epU, XtlO. 



XVROPIEAN Wmr:— Pri»»n ot W*t (con- 
Unued) :— 

Oernian Inlormers— Two are ututiri] the 
ASHinenuion, Jl 18, 3:4: arrive In 
U, a.; reveitlud Hlndcnburg > plans tu 
I'ershlnB: will be turned over to Gen 
Churchill, Dlr ot UlUtiiry Inulligence, 
Jl 32. 1^3: non-commlsalonml officer 
telU of activities of A. Mcholtie and 
A. Grothe. men on the Asumemnon, 
Jl 23. 14:2; members of t'ershlng's 
staff scoff at story of telllns of von 
Hlndenburs plans, Jl 25, 2:4 

German Prison Camps— Gen Kruaka, com- 
mandant of camp at Kaiser, accused 
of misdeeds; will be asked to appear 
before Kntente Court, Ag U. 5:7 

Germans Captured by Americans— Table 
of number Uken and divisions whicii 
captured them, Jl 6, II, 2:3: Germans 
taKen by Ajnerieana In !< ranee are to 
be guarded by 1U,1>U0 V. S. troops till 
treaty Is ratliled, Ag 26, 15:U 

Germans In England— Prisoners riot at 
Uswerly camp. Jl 3, 1:4: Pvt Bruck- 
man rescues British air pilot: given 
freedom and gtftK. Jl ill, :i:tr; British 
iiinn* fnr repatrialloD: Capt von Muel- 
ider of the limden, and Ad- 






delay 1 
ns. Jl 2: 



22:3 



BUBOPUAM Wsri- 

ued> :- 
Belgium— Minister of Finance of Ijxuaa- 

struct devastated towns. As 1, 3:1: 
many ruined towns are being rebuilt. 



ler, reteused. Jl 27, 22:4 

B In !< ranoe— 4nu.llOO sUll held. Jl 
lu, .1:4: festivities In occupied region 
barred by MaJ Gen Allen, jl 26, U:5: 
return demaniied by U. iiteucklen. Ag 
20, 7:1: will leave for Germany Sept 
m, S 1, 10:7: German called E. L.oals 
■hot by French soldier near Nancy 
wnile under escort of Amer soldiers. 



IntematI Socialist Conference at X.ucerne 
oppOBSB retention, Ag 11, S:Z 

Peace Conference Action, see European 
War— Peace Conference— Prisoners 

Repatriation— In ternatl Com of Keil Cross 
Soc urges haste In Ir Co Peace Confer- 
ence. Ag 27, 7:2 

Russians In Germany— MaJ J. A. Babbitt 
tells of work done tor them by Kcd 
Cross Sue, Jl m, ll:!>: return of be- 
tween 2(HJ.U0U and 3(W,O0u blocked by 
Poland. Jl 20, 8:3; Supreme Council of 
I'cace Conference will allow Germany 
to let them go. Ag 3. 0:5; German 
Govt will send note to Marshal Focli 
complaining of burden of feeding pris- 
oners. Ag 13, 8:3: U. =■ '~- 

Brlta'- '--"—' '"- =■— 

In tr 

3:4: 



pean War— Kcaponaibfllty and Punlah- 
ment; William II 
ReeonstmetlOD:— 
American experts needed more than 
credits, T. W. Lamont tctla Harvard 
Endowment Fund Com, Jl 28, 3:S 



and emplo; 



■ing, S 25. 23:3; Ypres will not b 
ireO. S 2«, It, 5:2; problems dis 
!d by P. Ulbbs. S 28, II, 1:8 
" ' Borden urges worker 



1 Defense !»• 



.. 18. 28:5 

Council of Nat 

tries. Jl 20, 9:4 
Iconomlc Rehabilitation of Europe— Con- 
ditions discussed by H. P. Davlaon at 
bankers' . meeting, Jl 2, 23:2; O. T. 
Croaby returns from Parts, advises 
private financial aid rather than fur- 
ther Govt loans, Jl 6, 10:1: banken 
think 2 billions will sUrt industry: 
neutrals, with England and Japan, can 
help In advanchig credit. Jl U. 17:2; 
ed, A field tor Amer enterprise. Jl IX 
8:3; returning bankers declare mate- 
rials are more Important than moiMy: 
estimates of help required from U. S. 
reduced to 2 billlooa: plan to resume 
German trade relations througli neu- 
tral agencies. Jl 13, II. 1:8: Treasurr 
and state I>ept otflclala consult with 
bankers on policy to protect Amer In- 
vesiors, Jl 14. 15:3; LL J. H. Smytb^ 
Jr.. says Europe needs furth«- aid 
from U. S.. Jl U, 28:3; E. Meyer, Jr.. 
saya foreign Industry muat state its 
wants before U. S. can do biudneaa, Jl 
IB, 14:1: comprehensive statement by 
I. T. Bush, who predicts era of pros- 
perity. Jl 20, II, 1:3; J. S. Alexander 
reviews situation, sees need for co-€>r- 
dlnatlon of American reaourceB, Jl IS. 
20:3: C. A. Selden tell* how Allied 
Comm will seek loan In U. 8. : quotes 
article by B. A. Filene. Jl 20. 0:3: 
Dutch banker urges America to take 
lead in conference of financiers to 
steady values In European trade. Jl 2S. 
12:3: England, France. Italy and Bd- 
glum accept Amer Invitation to send 
trade mlsidon to international confer^ 
ences to be held In AtlanUc City. Jl 
28. 2:4; A Breton returns optimistic 
as to Frnnce. Italy and Belgium, pre- 
dicts early revival, Jl 29, 23:2: Amer 
Mfra Aanoc urges adoption of plan to 
finance European Industries similar to 
one outlined in Sen Edge's bill, Jl 30v 
14:4: T. W. Lamont tells of Elurope's 
needs at dinner st Harvard Univ. Jl 
30, 19:4; July ir of NaU City Bank 
cnlls for large credits. 



Sabin I 



recover ; C. H. 



inlted effor 



wants Ciovt to aid. as demands are 

too heavy lor banks to handle alone, 
Ag 1. 21:2; I-. E. Plerson warns of 
need to open foreign outlets for Amer 
products, ivants Govt help fn clearing 
exchange situation. Ag 3. II. 4:2; Dr 
A. E. Taylor saya Europe must wortt 
calls prnductlon the only way out for 
war-lorn nations. Ag 10. 6:1; Dr. Tay- 
lor tella how American aid saved new 
European States from famine, says In- 
creased production would eaae ex- 
change altuaUon, Ag 12. 10:3: E. IC 
Edgar thinks false " 



JviySepU ma. THE NEW YORK TIUES INDEX. 



derllpB 

RBtlonal lo&n; sees Bngland tar from 
bankruptcy. Ag 24, 3:1^ torelsn cre- 
dits Issued, S 3. 10:2; H. C. Hoover, 
In testimony before Congressional Cum 
suEgeats that U. S. control credits. S 
4, 1T:S; statement on financial prob- 
lems by Federal Reserve Bd. S 8, 
S1;S; bankers criticise Federal Reserve 
Bd's statement. S 9. 23 :Z; bankers ad- 
vocate prompt credits. S 14. 21:4 
8« alia Commerce— Eipo Ft Trade— 
Flnancfns Problems 

Bdltorlats-Trade and paltUcs, Jl 6. III. 
1:1 

&nEl and— Industrial research urged In 
pamphlet daaJlng with reconstruction 
problems Issued by Ministry. Ag Sfl, 



for rebuilding of Nancy, Jl 2. 

program announoed In Chamber of 
Deputies by M, Bedouce covers bulld- 
ines. roads, and canals: W. Duranly 
tells how people in devastated regions 
start move to help themselves, as Govt 
I withheld. Jl 3. .1:3; progreis 






a of o 



slgnln 



of s 



ened by vlall of Premier Clei.._ 

Jl 8. 23:3; lottery of 120,000,000,000 
proposed by Deputy Gulslaln to aid 
BUffprers of devastated regions, Ji 8. 
10:lr Sec Lianalng. In speech to 
Franco-Amer Comm for the Develop- 
ment of Political. Economic, Llteran'. 
and Artistic Relations, appeals to all 
nations to aid restoration, JI 10, S:.*); 
M. Klotz introduces bill approving 
Hgreement with Credit National, new 
company formed to finance repair of 
war damages, Jl IT, 17:2; plan of 
J>uke of Orleans. Jl 20, 5:1; Amer 
contractor and welfare workei 



EUBOFEAN WBrr^Reeaastrootlva:— France 

(continued) — 

of machinery, S 18. 17:7 P. Qlbbs says 
Amer co has offered loan to city of 
Armentieres for rebuilding. B 20, 6:1: 
M. CHsenave optimistic in article on 
France resurgent. 8 21, III, 12:1: Cen- 
tral Council of German Workers" 
Councils urges necessity of German 
labor In aiding work, S 2.1, G;3 
Ben alao Amer Com lor Devastated 
France 

Germany— ap art liy G. D. Herron on 
Which shall remake peace, Qermanr 
or Democracy? Ag 3, Vll, 1:1 
See alxo Germany— Industries 

Hoover, H. C, discusses probtem^ S U, 
17:1 

Italy-Premier NltU asks U. S. aid to 
build up Italy, says there is great 
field for Amer business, Ag U, 3 :4 : 
demobilized armies would fumiBh 
abundant labor for new Industries, Ag 
25, 3:1; Premier NltU addresses Per- 
fects, urges campaign for greater pro- 
ducUon, Ag 25, 3:1 

New York State, see N. T. 8.— BecOD- 
structlon Comm 

Serbia—Prof Fupln urges Serbian OoTt 
to hire Amer experts. Jl 16. 3;4 

Social, see Intellectuals 

Bee also Cost of Liiving; Industrial Prob- 
lems; Labor 
BeeoTds— Pres Wilson tranatera data of 

Com on Public Information and War In- 
dustries Bd to Council of Natl Defense; 

statement by G. B. Clarkson, Ag 2S, 6:1 
RclBSees, See Austria— Refugees ; Oernumy 

—Refugees 



fer 1 



I of I 



Ined t 



. Jl 



esUbllsh relations 1.. .. 

gions to hasten work, Jl 29. 23:2; 
' " - — ■ j,( L,uiemburB 
- ;lp 

workmen will rehabilitate 



after studying conditions, says France 
needs long-term credits, suggests ex- 
changing municipal Becurilios for 
Amer good.'. Ag 24. 7:5: use of Ger- 
man labor opposed by German Spar- 
tacldes. Ag &. 15:5; E. C. Prince de- 
clares France still needs Amer nld. Ak 
.11, 22:3; French Govt negotiates with 
Germany and Austria tor labor and 
opens employment burs on Spanish 
Bind Italian frontiers. S 1. 10:7; French 
would welcome co-operation of Amer 
engineers and builders to rebuild dev- 
astated regions: !>tntcment by H. 
Pranchomme. S 2. 115:8: sp art by Mrs 
W. H. Hull. S 7. VII, 6:1: 400.000 
German workers volunteer for work, 
SO. 1:4; slowness of rebuilding rulneil 
(-ifies rnmmented on by P. Glbbs, -S 
art on work of Mrs B. 

rabbiting northern FrMnce. 

S 14, VII. 7;1; Franco-German nego- 
tiations regarding restoration are pro- 
gressing In Berlin, S l.'., 11:3; agree- 
ment signed between France and Po- 
land whereby lOO.OOO Poles will aid In 
rebuilding, S 18. 1 :4; restoration of In- 
dustries &i IdUe region halted by lack 



13, 3:1 



R£l?.' 



. A.— Competitive tiralnlng 



I, Ag 24, III. . _ 
6th DIv, U. S. A. (Meuse Dlv)— Letter 
from H. Faraons telling of crosdng 
Meuse River and Canal, Jl 13, III, 2:8: 
N Y officers organlie welcome: praise 
by Gen Pershing; crossing o( Meuse 
told of by Gen Ely; casualties, Jl 20, 
II, 1:8, 2:1; last units arrive In U. 8., 
Jl 22, 10:6: 200 soldiers of dlv enter- 
tained by W C C S. Jl 22, 18:4 
1st Div— Moves to return from Germany 
- ■' " 1 Aug 15, Jl 31, IB:* " 



21, 15:4: French ti 



n by A- 



23. 18 ;4; officers and soldiers send 
open Ir of farewell to France. Ag 24, 
24:1; 28th Inf arrives, Ag 31, 1*:S: 
official greeting from War Dept, men 
ask funds for parade stands; order 
of march, S 3, 1:3. 13:4: many arrive: 
glad to parade. 8 4. 3:5; plans for 
parade: 25.000 seats will be iniUt; 
controversy between military men and 
.. „__ ,__ a 5 

iicia/ *■-" 

, ..„. ... .... .™ ..; « I 

record: commanders 

table of casualties by sectors. 8 T, 
20:1-6; work done with early air 

Suadrons; table of honors won by 
fleers, S 7. 21:2; sp art by R. 
Hughes, S 7, VIT, p 3; 3 women at- 
tached to unit receive Croix de Guerre 
and bronze star. S 9. 3:8; plans for 
parade; marching order; 28th and 28th 
Inf presented with colors; 28th Int 
standard decorated with Croix de 
Guerre. S 10. 4:2. 5:8; ed, 5 10. 10:2; 
parade; lllus. S II. 1:1; eds on par- 
ade, S 11. 14 ;2: S 12. 12:5: few seats 
1 line for Washington parade, " '* 



13:1 



■ by J 



.. :. 8 14, III. 1:8; preparations in 

Washington for parade. S 17. 17:3; 
parade In Washington; message from 
Pres Wilson, S 1% 17 ;3 
44th Coast Art U. 8. A.-Col Rboad«s 
tails of school where soldiers are being 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. /wZy^apt^ 1919. 



BDBOPBAN Wu: 



ir:— BeitMeMal Hlatoi 
U. S. A. (continued)— 



tausht peace trades, sp art 8 21, VII, 

42d Dlv— Memorial servlceH on anniver- 
sary of 190th In( acUon at Cbateau- 
Thlerry, Jl 28, lO :7 ; requiem hieh masa 
held (or ISSth InTa dead. 

IflEth mr veterans wUl out 

annlveraary of St Ulhlel drive, 8 11, 

WHh'rSv' u."s. "a— War record*, Ag 17, 

rv, 11 ;1 
lesth Inf. (M Mad Dlv. abeTs 
2d Dlv, U. 8, A— Lr of praise by J. Cava- 
na«^, Jl IT. 1S;6; last tralnload leavea 
the Rhine, Jl 22, 3:4; lr by Bnatgn 
Cavanash on Its composition. In an- 
swer to one by his namesake. Jl 24, 
8:6: Mayor Hylan urees parade In N 
T C. Jl 27. 8:4; vanguard aalls froln 
Brest: Sec Daniels publlflhes brief ac- 
count of work done In France, Jl 2S, 
1T:T; E. Spalding urges reception, lr. 
As 1, 10:8: order by Qan Lejeune re- 
dtfnK deeds of dlv: Lt Parsons tells 
of movements In battle ; Qennan ver- 
sion, As 3. n. 1:8. 3:1; first marines 
arrive In U. 8.; will parade; bury Sam 
Browne belt at aea. Ag 4, 24:2: more 
arrive, Ag 5, Ifl :fl ; parade will be held 
on Ag 8; plana, Ag fl, 0:3: Ai 7, 
6:8: Ag B, 24:4; ads. As 8, 8:2; As 9, 
6:2; parade; marines quit army at end 
of parade; last of units arrive In U, 8., 
Ar ». »:1, i: sp art by^Capt Hart»^; 



by Baker and .. 

stored to navy. Ag: 14. 9:1: ed, Marines 
and regulars. As IS, 10:3; paiikats con- 
tain] ng fallen heroes' records and 
' maps sent to families of 6th Marine 
members, 8 21. Ill, 10:1 

77th Dlv. U, S. A—Merobera will try to 
keep clubhouse permanently; work ot 
Employment Bur. Jl 20. 12:1; plans to 
buy house now occupied as clubhouse: 
Employment Bur flRures: statement 
by O. L,. Sawyer. Jl CT. n. I :B ; awards 
ot D 8 C to members of 30Bth Inl, Ag 
2. 13:2: regimental colors ot 302d Engi- 
neers will be decorated with Croli de 
Guerre. Ag 6. 4:6; praised by Gen 
Pershing. 8 11, 8:3 

3d Dlv— Members of 38th Inf will attend 
encampment of Veteran a of Foreign 
Wars; compOBH largest post In organ- 
ization. Ag JO. 17:2; tommendBtlon by 
Qen Pershing, Ag 17, II. 1:6; starts 
for U. S. from area of occupaUon. Ae 
6. in:2; leavea Coblenx, Ae 13 :2, 8: de- 
parture described by F. C. James. As 
IB, 13 :1 : vnn suard arrives In U. 8.. 
Ag 19. 3:6; lr of gratitude to com- 
mander. MaJ Gen Howze from A. 
Tardlcu: members subscribe over t31.- 
000 for monuments In France, As 29. 
■ ■ ■ U. 8., Ag 25. 8:8; 



- 11:3 



Ag 2_. 

305lh Inf. nee nth Dlv, L 

302d Engineers, im 77th Dlv. abave 

332d Inf. U. 8. A-Stars and Stripes tells 
of successful ruse attempted against 
Austriana, Jl 7. J4:l 

2»th Dlv, U, S. A.. (Blue and Gray Dlv)— 
War record. S 14. IV. 11 :1 

27th Dlv, U. 9. A.— Col Klncald forwards 
to Sec Baker copy of missing report on 
alleged brutality in prison camps. Jl 
21. 10-,8; Prince of Wales will bestow 
British medals upon men during visit 
to N Y, Ag 24, II. 1 :4 ; praised by Gen 
" — "-■ig, B 11, 3:3 



Eellen 



e Trophies 



BsUef V, 

Appeals— Mrs J, Drake appeals tor funds 
for Amer Free Milk and Relief tor 
Italy, As 12. 4:6: Nina L. Duryea asks 
tor funds for Dui^ea war relief work 
In Ulle. As 24, ni. 1:8; Fatherless 



Children of France hope to reach nsl 
of campaign by Sept. 1. As 24, n. 8:1; 
Amer Com for Devastated Prance 
wanta newspaper or magatlne lUuatra- 
Uons. 8 7. II. 2:4: R. U. Johnaon, 
Chairman of Italian War Relist Pond 
ot America, tells of renewed efforts to 
be made to raise funds: Amer Com for 
Devastated France appeals tor aid tor 
ehlldrcD sind schools/S 21. n, i-A. •; 
Italian War Relief Fund of America 
wilt launch natl campalKn tor funda. 
8 28. 3:6; Mr and MrsTo. A. KeMla 
arrive in IT. 8. to collect funds for 
Permanent Blind Relief War Fimd. 
8 20, 14:1 
Consresslonal Appropriations— Hoover win 
return f8G,000,Cm to Treaaury, 8 3& 

Contributions and Benefits— New glfti 
and totals. Jl 6. II. 2:5; Jl 13, 11.^:2; 
will of Mrs Petfen provides fund for 
relief of Mayen war widows, Jl H 
22:4: pageant planned at Huntlnston 
for Free Milk for France Fund. Jl ZL 
12:1; new gifts and totala, Jl ». IL 
3:2: Jl 27, 22:2; As 3. 22:2; As VK 
23:2: Ag 17, II, 3:1; As 24. It 8:1: 
Ag 31. n, 3:2: S 7, U, 2 :2 ; 8 14. II. 
4:5: 8 21. II. i:6 
Food Distribution, see Foodstuffs 
General— Italian Red Cross confers nxd- 
~ Relief Fond *€ 



I Relief for Italy. Inc: condlttoos 

In Serbia told of in report to SerWan 

Relief Com. Jl 13, II, 2:1-4: Mrs. J. S- 

Bache receives medal tor work done 

r War Babies' Cradle, Belgium. Jl 



i AUlea from Agaea T. Ir- 



— ., jhop in ,. _ _. .. 

28, 3:1: Fedsratlon Of Amer Agencies 
for Relief In France orgsnlted: win 
co-ordinate work; message ot thinks 
from Marshal Foch to Frendi Heroes' 
I^afayette Memorial Fund ; monber Ot 
Amer Free Milk and Relief for Italy 
tells of situation in that country. As 
3, 22:1. 2; Helen Wlnne sails for Eu- 
rope to work for Serbian Rdief Com, 
Ag 3, 11, 1:2; Serbian Relief Com an- 
nounces arrival of relief suppllea at 
Salonikl, Ag 10. 23 :3 : Mr Lawsfae. rep- 
resenUng Amer Free Milk and ReUtf 
for Italy, aaila for Italy to survey that 
countrys needs: Serbian Relief Com 
Is aided by BaptlHt Dally Vacatl^ 
Bible Schools. Ag 17. n, 3:1: Pm« 
Pupln telle of aid given Serbian Re- 
lief Com by Serbian biahops; Italian 



Govt will transport all shipments for 
Amer Free Milk and Relief for Itab 
without charge. As 24. tl. 8:1; condi- 
tions in Serbia and Italy, Ag Si, n, 
3:3; Mra Drake, Pres Ot Amer Free 
Mitk for Italy, will go to Italy to atudr 
conditions: Amer Com for Devastated 
France holds school in dusouta. 8 7, 
II, 2:3, 4: Amer Free Uilk and Rdlet 
for Italy sends shipment to ItalT, 8 U. 
4:2: Lutheran ChUnAi plans, S 27, 8:4: 
Canon Cabanel and Cardinal Atnette 
approve of work done by Fatherless 
Children of Frajice. 8 30. IB HI 
Germany— Sec Polk denies authorising 
Phlla Relief expedition. Jl 19, Md 



lonltal Servloe:— 

American Memorial Hontlal i 
Rhalms— Ineorporatsd, Jl ^ Ud 



JtOtt^tpt, 1919. THE NEW YORE TDfES INDEX 



BUBOFBAM War:— KeUet Woiki—HcMplta] 



Imtlbn, ••• Nadonal InTaatlcatlon 
^-r or War CbmrlUBa 
Neu- E^aat— Atner S. S. Klckapoo Ib tak- 
ing tBOO.OOO CMVo of manufacturad 
■ooda to NovorMorak to barter for 
grain which will be shipped acroaa the 
Black Sea to Anaenlana, Jl 4, S:2: B. 
B. Klckapoo arrives at Novorossyak, 
As 9, T:3 

■•• ataa American Com for Relief la 
the Nmt Baat; Near Bast Rellel 
Scrtrf* flea Serbian Hellet Com 
8«* •!» Hospllala— Military : Knlehta of 
Ccdumbna; Navy RetleT Society; Rad 
Croaa Soc; Salvation Army; T H C A 
Baamral st War— Bd oD Intervlaw of Oen 
von Bamhardl In The World daelarins 
that Oennaay la grettlnK ready to flsht 
France and Bn^and, As 4, 10:4; H. Mor- 
Mntbau 9eciilat«a on future ware of 
Oennany asalost Central Buropean na- 
Uona, 8 SO, I;3 
BeapvnalblUty and FiuilaluneBit-^ 
Austrian ForalRn Office revelatlona print- 
ed In the Vienna Arbelter ZeltunKglve 
diplomatic correepondence between 
Anatria and Oermany ahowlns that 
Oennan emperor on July 9, UU, ursed 
Austria to besln the wax, B 22, 1;S; 
Oennan preaa comment. B S3. B :S : 
minutea of Privy ConndQ of July T, 
1014, ahoirins It waa vlrtnally dedded 
to besln war wlUi Serbia, S 24, 10:4: 
ed. 8 24, ie:4 
Austrian Leaders— Report that extradition 
of Count Ton Beri^told and von Caer- 
nln will be demanded, Jl 15, S;0 
Atutrfan people hdd to be partldpanta In 
Bapsbnrga' Crime In covering Ir of 



I, 1;S 



I treaty with Austria, 8 



Bettmiann-HolIweK, (Dr) T. von— wOI not 
be allowed to atand trial for the for- 
mer Qerman emperor, la opinion of 
Intematl law experta. Jl 1, 1S;2; fa 

-' 1 entirely responsible for war, 

- — ■«, Jl 17, --■ 



alon of peace treaty with Bul^irla, S 

20, 2:9 
Eldltoriala— Have ther a BOvemmentT Jl 

9, in, 1:2; Hoheniollem aubatltutea, 

Jl S. 1S:2; Jonkera and Republlcana, 

Jl 28. 10:4 
a«rman Conatltuent AaaeroUr will hold 

InQulTT on cauaea and Crimea. As 2D, 

1T:2: com named. As 23, S:8; Oovt 

conduda InqulTT, S 14, 9:1 



papera as counterblo». ._ 

riea. K. Rautiky recalled to help, allied 
Btateamen not Impusned It la said, Jl 
Z«, S;S: ed. Jl 28, 10:4 

Oerman Junkera blamed by Prince IJch- 
nowsky, in Interview with C. J. Roaa- 
bault ap art. Jl 13. Vn, 1:1 

Oarman people appealed to by VS. Bem- 
ateln for confeaalon of war Kullt. Jl 
6, 10:3 

Oermnn Prison Camp Comman iter— Gen 
KruHka. commandant of Kaiser cnmp, 
accused of misdeeds: will be asked to 
appear before Rntente Court. Aft D. a .7 

Oerman State Tribunal to Rstabllch W«r 
Out It— Is necessary. FlnberRer IpIIs 
Constituent Assembly, Jl XO. ^ -^i So- 
cfalist motion to hasten bill to Investi- 
gate causes of the war and establish 
tribunal passed by Constituent Assem- 
bly. Jl 30. 2:7: composition: will only 
be empowered to pronounce on ques- 
tion of cullt. birt — ■■■ -— -■ '-" 

ment, JTSl. 16:7 



I fix punlsb- 



EVBorKAN War:— BMPOBalblllt* aad r«B- 

Uhuent (continued):— 
Qerman War Leaders— O. Renwlck tetla 
of formation of organisations to pre- 
vent delivery to the Allies. Jl B, 1:4: 
Oen von HIndenburg la reported to 
have told Goettlngen that All lea could 
have hiro to punish If they wantftd 
him, Jl 3, S:f: von HIndenbura de- 
clares his responsibility for military 
acts since Aug. 191S. Jl JI, 8:3: Clemen- 
ceau tells Chamber of Deputies that 
AlMea will Insist on trial and punish- 
ment, Jl 12. 2:8: sp art, Jl 13. VII, 
8:1: Oen von DelmllnB urges officers 
to answer Allies' summons. Jl 21, 1:4; 
HIndenburg and other leaders sign de- 
fense of the Kaiser and his authenOe 
history of decision to flee, Jl 26. 17:1; 
responsibility 
lu. lui.iici aiiireiiir, uui spurns trial 
by Allies. Ag 13. 19:5: statement by 
Prince von Buelow, Ag 28, 12:7 

,^..„. "-mphjet by C. Bey- 

— _ to be translatlo" * 
e Book, Ag 31. 6:1 
.. _ _; Prussia. In message to 

g ot England, pleads for the Kaiser 

and offers to help bring about knowl- 
edge of truth about the war. Jl 10. 8:1 
LlUe— German officers accused of crimes 
In region begin to arrive at Lille; 
warrants Issued for Oen von Zolner. 
who Is alleged to have ordered de- 
.-.I — , of young woB 



rich 



evidence give_. _, . 

and von Zoelme. Ag 
- "--' will be ■ 



Ag 16. 
jn Hetn- 
21, 2:5; 






, As 22. 11:8 



.._ __ _, _. _, Roaebault. 

sp art. Ag 3. ■V^II, 10:1 

Pan-Germans and mllltarisU are making 
headway In Germany In movement to 
save the Kaiser and other war of- 
fenders. Jl IB, 2:6 

Rupprecht^ormer Crown Prince of Ba- 
varia— Wri tea Pres of Bavarian Diet 
that he does not want to be tried by a 
non-German court, but la willlns to 
appear before a Bavarian court of 
state. Ag 3. 1:2 

Stom>ato, Italian I>eputy, condemns Peace 
TreaU' provision for punishment and 
trial, Ag 13. 1S:S 

SulnnarJne Commanders— German mili- 
tarists talk or fight to protect them, 
Jl 3, 5:2; many Germans wanted by 
Allies are said to have fled. Jl 11. 15:4 

Tirplti, (Admiral) von— Forthcoming nte- 
molrs, places almost entire responsi- 
bility on Bcthmann-Hollweg, tells how 
he incited Austria egelnst Serbia, Jl 
17. 3 :3 

Turltlah Leadera — Court-martial gives 
death sentence to Enver Faiha. Talaat 
Bey. and DJemal Paaha: DJavId Bey 
and AlusB Muaaa Klaxim sentenced to 
15 yrs hard labor. Jl 13. 1:2;. Turks 
win ask Allies to let them extradite 
Talaat Bey. Enver Pasha, and 
DJemal Bey. Jl 18. 1:2 
Bevtew of Sth year. Ag 10, III, pp 4. 5 
Spiel, sec Spies 
" ■' "-European War— 8ta- 



Snpipllei, see II. S.— Army— Supplies 



Trfiphte* — Brooklyn wlna captured German 
cannon as reward for largest oversub- 
scription In greater N T In Victory Loan 
Drive. Jl a B:5: Connecticut claims (3er- 
mao howitzer now standing on Boston 
Common, Ag 2, 13;1; France preaenta to 
Watertown. N T. two guns as tribute to 
Sec Lanalng, Ag 10. 17^ 

VaHed States, see U. 8.— European War 



ropean War i 



126 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jviv-Sept., 1»1». 



;uBOPKAM War (contlnaed) :— 

Vrlrrsn*. ice Amer iieglon: Veterans of 

ForelB" Wara 
WhltE Fiipers — ExtrnclB from OemiHi) 

White Book published at Weimar. As 2. 

3:h: Ae 3. 3 :fl : Ag 4, 3 :n ; Ae 31. B :1 
a« Blua names ct counirles Involved 
: i' SKI HCHKN'— Filled by British Army of 
Occupation tollowlns injuiy to Bngllah sol- 



dier, S T. 3:«l 
BVAVfCELISTI 
BVANH. BIUt. I 



» Spurts- Bat 



Settlen 



BVANB, CbarlH " Chick." trr Sports— GoL' 
EVANS, BvrlfB A.— letter m pleasant t^Ji- 

perlences while traveling \i. Mexico. Jl 28. 

10 
BVANS. Frrdrrick— death anJ career, Jl 11, 

11:3: Jl 12. B:7 



clency, Jl 23, 20:2 
KTAMfl, Howard Pric#, »rr St.Htford 
BVAKB, Jen, srr Murders— Piieblo 
EVANS. John— death, S 12. l.t :fl 
EVANH, Bobert I.— letter on halt-cflnt plec 

and profits on small sales. S T. 111. 2;3 
BVANH. (N r AssemblTman) William B. 

leelslatlve record praised by Citizens IJnloi 



f^"l 



Ag 1_. .._ 

_..»..... „ _ , ^ly, „^ ij, ^^,j 

- Federal District Court 

. request of counsel for E. V. Rum- 
ccused of making false return regard- 

to take testimony at Berne. Switzerland, 
of e witnesses in behalf of client. Jl 1», 
28:7: Dr H. Albert tCFtlfles before I,'. S. 
Consul In Reme that purchase was ordered 
by Dr Demburg who snid H. Slelcken 
would assume reHponslbllllv for Irannac- 
Uon. Ag -lO. 7:1; I'. S. Federal officials 
conclude Inquiry Into charges aKnlnst Rum- 
ley and others Implkaled. S n. fl:fl 

BVBNtNCl Pul-F, F. Gay will take charge. 
Ag 13. 10:6 

BVBNS, John W.-<Ieath. Jl M. 8:2 

BVBBETT, Heancr ft Co, Ine— Quarterly 
dlvd. 8 jS). 17:2 

BVEB-Readj' Safely Baior, sec American 
Safety Raior Co 

BVBRSOLB. <Hr*> Jnlia B.— death and 
career, Jl 2. 13 :4 

EVERY Name Campaign, sm Protestant 
Episcopal Church 

BVICTION8. see Rents-N T C 

BWINO. Thomas-quoted on need for re- 
organization of U 6 Patent Office, Ag 2n. 
14 :B 

BXCAVATIONB— HesHlnn nar huts un- 
}rthed_ near upper Broadway, N Y C. Ag 



., 14:2 
EXCBB8 Profits 



— Di^pt < 



Agriculture 



collection from wooldenlers wlH begin 

soon, Jl 17. 27:2: NaU Assoc of Credit Men 
appeals to Prcs Wilson for Immediate legis- 
lation to eliminate It. Ag 11. 10:2 
EXCHANOE, Forrtita:— 
Amer export trade Is hampered bv situa- 
tion, says Sir A. Geddea, Ag 2a, 4:1 
Austrian Money— Crown continues to de- 
preciate, S IS. 1B;2 
Bankers Interested In results of Federal 
Reserve experts' study abroad, Ag B, 
10:3 
British Money— Drop In stcrllnir rnte dis- 
cussed In report by Amer Chamber at 
Commerce In Liondon, Jl «. II, 1:8; luxury 
Imports restricted to protect exchfinge 
where balance of trade Is against Eng- 
land, Jl IH, S:3: sterling exchange breaks 
to new low record. Jl 18. 19:2: fall In 
ratet makes new history: further decline 
expected. Jl 20, 20:3; ed. The world's 
crisis, Jl SO. Ill, 1:1: Govt will not bor- 
Tvw more from IT. 8.. but will try to ad- 
just finances through indirect banking 
schemes, Jl 20, 17:7: sterling drops to 
lowest figures, other rales decline, Ag 20. 
21:2; (4 sterling predicted. Importers are 
puiiled how to pay bills, Ag 21, 17:2; 



BXCHANOB, Farelcii :— British Honey (coo- 

Unued)- 
further drop feared In sterling rates. Ar 
24. II. S:2: London paper warns of periL 
■ays tt will force food prices sdll hlgbs. 
Ag 22. 4:3: ed. The turning tnde tide, 
Ag 23. fl:2 

Credit for France sJid Britain, artlde by 
C. Johnston. S 7, IV, 12:1 

Decline— Rates of allied countriea continae 
to fall, a 5, 17 ;2 ; new low records. S T. 
II, D:l: 8 12, 21:2; market drops, bnt 
rallies later, S 21. 22:1 

Dollar- Reaches par In Argentlae exctaange. 
Jl 23, 8:7: rate hurts Amer trade: Bel- 
gium can buy cheaper goods In Gertnany, 
Ag 3, II, 1 :7 

Buropean Rates— Importajit factor In com- 
merce. Jl 22, 20:6: bankers see trade daa- 
ger In present rates, urge all intereats to 
co-operate In extending foreign credits. 



Credit National backed by Goit 

to adjust prooiem. Ag 2, 3:2; W. Duranty 
rives many reasons ifor falling franc, A« 
10. 4:1; problem discussed In CbBmtm- of 
Deputies, S 17, 3:3; I'rench papers urge 
Increased production to steady market. S 
10. IS:7: depredation of franc attributed 
to speculators, S 20, 10:4: W. Duranty 
writes of danger to V. S. In upset oondl- 
Uon of rates S 21, 6:1 



— „ — . fsches new low record. 

Ag 16. 7:5: marks fall and rlae. Ag Ig. 
18:3; Bmuggling blamed tar low rate, Ag 
21, 19:3; Ajnerlcans reported to be buy- 
ing marks, 8 4, 1:3; James tells how end- 
ing of ban on marks permits sales of V, 
" • '■-- -) Germans - - - - 



S. Army supplies t_ _ 

mark at !• cents In Swllierland. i> n. i::*. 
mark reaches lowest point In Germany's 
history. 8 IS, 17:2; decline In rate blamed 
on credit Inflation. S 21. II. 10:7: G. Ren- 
wlck wrifes of suggestions offered by 
Berlin Itanker on remedy for falling marii. 
S 22. 15:fl 

Germany- Dealings resumed on Berlin and 
other large cities. Jl Ifl. 1B:2: Zlmtner- 
mann & Forshay announce anlc of ex- 
change on Germany and other Central 
European countries. Jl 20. 11. 5:S 

Indian Money— B. P. Blnckett describes bow 
Britain la guarding the rupee, Ag 12. IS • 

._. .■ ■ -eHted by Prr* 



of Assoc of Foreign Exchange 

nanHers, Ag 7, 21:2 
Mexlran pesos drop, Jl 12. 2:2 
Middle Europe— F. I. Kent announces open 

market for bills on new States, Jl l. n-' 
Russian Money- Federal Reserve Bd bars 

Bolshevist rubles, Af 13. 20:* 
Post Office Rales— W. G. Wlllcox writes oa 

"' '"" French money orders, S 2L 

nwlfllng "l"" . ._ 

foreign correspondents clrculsted In U. S.. 
S 24, 2.1:3 
Stabilization— U E. Plerson want!- Govt 
help In clearing situation, Ag 3. II. 4:«; 
British expert suggests plan to reduce 
rnte by V. S. tnkfng over part of allied 
debt to Knglnnd. Ae 20, 14:4; FVder^ 
Reserve lid's statement. S B. 21 :2 
EXCHANGE Conn BIdg. see City Investlnc 

Co 
EXCItiE Comm, see N. T. S.— E^xclse Comm 
EXC'INK Tax. see Taxation— U. S. 
EXEri'TIONBR. see Prisons— N T. S.— Sing 



JidV^ept^ 1919. TBS NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



■XEMPTIOM4 from HUltarr B«r*lce, ■«» 

Ford, Edsel 
BXHIBITIUM8, Art, •» Art— BxhtblUons 
BX-OFFICEK8' Nmtl PcdaTBtlan— lOU mem- 
bers will lake up land In Mexico, S 19, 13:3 
BXPLOBATIONB:— 
Africa— Duke of Ihe Abruczl plana to ex- 
plore SoniBlUand. S 9, 1T:3 
Arctic 1— 
Boston expedition dIscloBea I^brador'a 

resources. As 23. S:l 
Commercial-FlrBt expedition wUl start 
on yacht Finback In charse of C. I«den; 
Interview with Lieden; survey of min- 
eral produels and Food supplies planned: 
enterprise financed by Boston bankers 
■ " ':aiiB of Norwegian 1 ' " " " 



t AUB. 8 2B, H:2 

MacMlllan Expedition- D. B. MacUlUan 

will have new ship, ilowdoin, for his 

next cruise, expected to last 2 or 3 

yeara, Jl 22, Sifl 
Van Allen. W. B.. discovers Bsklmo vU- 

tase an'l frozen bodies In Northern 

Alaska. S 26. 2:2 



FAKBBS, SM U. S.-Army-Unironna 
FALCOMEB, (N Y Aldernu) Brace 

record summarized by ClUiens Unic 

30, 10:1 
FALCUNl, 1 



I— British munitions dump explodes, 

killing 14. Ag 19, 7:9 
See atus Accidents: Bomb Explosions 
UXPLOttlVEH— Keserve slore planned. Col 
A. J. Stuart tells special Houae Com In 
War Dept Expenditures tnvesllKBtlon, Jl 



KXI 



■■■a Fireworks 

'BT Trade Comblnatlanit— Natl Assoc of 

iprehenslve plan for fur- 



Mfrs launi 

therance of foreign 
romerene act, B 15. 1»:2; ed. The Webb 
export law, S 13. 10:1 

Hrr •liw Commerce— Export Trade— Financ- 
ing OperatlonB; Silver— Export Awoc 

Commerce oniler countrlea: War Trade lid 
BXPOttlTtON». SM American -Chinese Ex- 
position: Canadian Natl Exposition: Inter- 
natl Exposition of Municipal Bqulpment; 
L«lpslc 
EXPRESS Rates, see Westcott Express Co 
EXTORTION, see Ford. P. L. : Keith, G. E. : 
Matter. W. J.: Plasterers' Union: Van 
Heusen. C. M. 
EXTRAVAGANCE— In England, Jl 21. 17:4: 
special article by R. Crawford on the revel 
of luxury. S 21, VII, 1:1 

Brf also Cost of LJvlng: Engriand— Fl- 
n a n ccs— Expe n d 1 lures 
FACE Besdlnx. tee Vocational Analysis 
FACIAI. Sarxery, see Surgery— European 

War 
PAOAN, Barney- benefit performance at 
Metropolitan Opera House: popular play- 
ers fall to appear, S 1. 5:5: comment: Ir by 
Houdlnl, S 7, IV, 2:4; Ir by Nora Bayes. S 
14. IX. 2:8 
FAMNESTOCK. <MbJ) Clare ncf^-estate, Jl 

16, 9:2 
FAHR, Nr and Mrs Jaseph — allowed to adopt 



neso — Failures; Business Troubles 
FAIR, <B*«) Jamrs H. S.— will mnrry Rosa- 
lie B. Moran. Ag 3, 7:8; Ag 9. 8:2: mar- 
riage. Ag 6. fl:l 
FAIR Price Campaign, see Cost of Living; 
^Foodstuf^Prlces— N T C 



PAIRBANHH. 



Hra Adelaide D. Tlmmon 



27:1 



PAIBBANB8 <N. K.) Co— S Wllloz. former 
caaHler, arrested In connection with embei- 
ilement of MS.OOO by J. Could. 8 9, fl:3 

FAIRLIE. John A.— Ir on proposals for nstl 
budget system, bringing auditors under 
control of Congress, Jl 1(1. 10:8 

PA.IARDO Bagai Co af FaiM Bloo— Divd, 
Jl 3. 19:4 



see Yaselll. P. 
(Oen> r ■ ■ '■ 



f. A. 6 



ma trial 
3 22. S:« 



reeponslblllty for ... 

former German Kmperor but e 
by Aillea, Ag 13, 19:5: write 
European War from 1914 to 191i 
FALJ., (C. 8. Sen) Albert Baeoa— aan 
League of Nations runs counter to U. 8. 
Constitutldti; answered by Sen Garry, Jl 
1, 3:1: disagrees with Prea Wllwrn that 

L>eegue of Nations la i ' ' ~ 

Peace Treaty that it ca 
separaiely, Jl 13. l:Si Sen L 
nles asserUon that he aaid 1 
Carnegie Foundation had financially backed 
League to Enforce Peace; Inslats on reser- 
vations on Peace Treaty, Jl 16. 1 :6 ; says in 
Sen that Amer aoldlera are under ordera 
^hlch prevent ettectlve work along 



IB. 



1 :2 : offers 



. of trading with the enemy act 
ended: amendment rejected. Jl 19, 9:4: as- 
serts that CarranilstBa who took part in 
border raids were killed by Americana on 
both sides; glvea list Of Mexican officers 
that have been killed, Jl 22, 1:4: statement 
by Gen Erwln, Jl 22, 11:4; Carruudataa 
make public Ir of C. Hunt to Villa pur- 
porting to offer hla support, Jl 21, 4:3; 
questions Bradley Palmer concerning 
enemy property in U. 8. at Sen Com hear- 
ing on Peace Trea&, Ag 1. 2:7; critlclsea 
Peace Treaty with Germany and Pres Wil- 
son. Ag 2, 7:3; submlta reservaUon to 
ColomUan treaty, Ag 14. 15:4; offers 
amendment changing wording of article of 
Peace Treaty providing that Germany shall 
renounce in favor of Belgium the krelse 
of Eupen and Ualmedy. Ag 16, 3:7; aasalla 
conference between Pres Wilson and Ben 
Foreign Relations Com on Peace Treaty, 
Ag 17, 9:9: submits 20 questions to Prea 
Wilson on Peace Treaty and League of 
Nations. Ag 20. 1:6; answered by Prea 

Wilson. Ag 22. 2 ' 

atatement, Ag 23, : 






) Peace Treaty 



Sen 



pean boundaries, Ag 27, 1:9; replies ti 

McCumber's attack on Republican majority 
favoring Shantung amendment; debates 
; of League of Nations with Sen 



, Ag S 



often 



Peace Treaty proposing to strike out labor 
section and to limit powers of r«>r of U. 
S. on Reparation Comm, Ag 30. 1:5: con- 
sideration of his amendments to Peace 
Treaty delayed following motion by Lodge, 
S 24. 1:2 

PALL River Cotton Hfrs Assoc, SM TeXtUe 
Workers' Strikes— New England 

FAMOIIB Players-Lasky Corp— Takes over 
Charles Frohman Inc; A. Zukor, Pres of 
Co that will enlarge activities of theatrical 
firm. Jl 3. ie:2: quarterly dlvd. S 10, 20:8; 
purdisscs Putnam Bldg; will erect motion 
picture house, 8 12, 25:1; BrlUsh exhibitor* 
not hostile to Its activities in England, S 
14. IV, 6:3 

PANFOONA. <CoDnt) Nlao— was proclaimed 
dictator of Trau. S 28, 1:0 

FANTf.. Alfred— says quality of F^nch 
goods now coming to U. S. Increasea de- 
mand for such Imports, Jl 13, 11, 0:6; soys 
labor Is big factor In clothing cost, Ag 
19. 22:2 

FAR Eaat— Amer Interests prejudiced by 
British and Japanese news control, says 
V. S. McCtatchy. S 27. 12:9 

F ABLET, Terence— says Comr Nixon has 
right to grant fare Increase to street rya 
under court rullnK In Buffalo case, Jl 9). 
1:3: recommends law to fix trolley dlvda, 
favors empowering Public Service Comm to 
determine rates, put fares on sliding scale. 
Ag 19. 3:a 



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VAKLXY, <N T Aldcrroaa) Thoaua M.— 

record sunumLiiied by ClUiena' Union, 8 

30. 10:1 
FABH Csiuni, He AKTlcultural Cenaua 
FABM GlDbi, Hc Agriculture— ClubB 
FABH CDinmnBitlcs, hm Rural Commuultlea 

rAHM l^lMr, ' . - " - ■ 

VABM Lud, . 

hablllUtlon 
FABM Iamb Duikii— 

Bonda laaued. Jl 31, 20:8 

Panama— Laws for establlamhent are BUb- 
inltted by Amer miulon headed by Dr 
C. J. Oweiu, alter economic aurvey. Jl 



FATHBBtBSB OhUdrra ef Fraimii mpttta 
to reach eoal of canpalKn by 8«pt 1. Ag 
2*. II. S:l: A. Hemphill, Treaa. reporu la 
activttiGB, S 14, II. 4:3; approval by Canon 
Cabanel and Cardinal Amette. ArchbiilKV 
of Paris. HCnt In Ir by Lulalt« L^Und. 8 
30, 18:7 

FAULKNER, John Charlea, Jr— will maTTy 
Hazel Ford, S 8. 13:2 

FAUIXINQ, Oharle* l^. •«• Carle. ICra B. K 

FAIINTLKROY, (MaJ) M. C, " - -- 



I— R«ir 



FABM Jjm. .. 

member by Prea 
Quick reslsiu. Jl ". i-o 
FARM lAan Law-Attacked by Sens Smoot 
and Polndezter: repeal of provlBlons au- 
thoriilnir land bankg ureed. Jl E, 12 :T: 
R«pr McPadden aaya land banka evade 
law by eiceedlnc limit on dummy deals. 
Jl B. 3, 5:2: W. G. McAdoo will aid Atty 
Oen Palmer In defendlnK conatltutlonallty. 
In suit or Smith va Kanaaa City TlUe * 
Truat Co, S 9, 14:1 
FABM I,aBn*, ■•« ABrlcuIture^-Cluba 
FABM MaeUaarr, kc ABTlculture 
FABM MortKaxe Banhara' Aaaoe of Amer— 

Chlca^ convention. S S4, 24:3 
FABMBBS— Venaneo Co., Penn, Pomona 
QraiiKe favora 8-hr day, 8^24, 1&:2 



Oeorgetown Unlv; slvea 
William) ft i 



FABRBLI., 

As 25. 20 _ 
FABBINGTON, (Hra) 

Ab la. 11 :fl 
FABBINOTON, Harry 



Febb — special article 



FARWBI.L, <Hn) MUdred— wlna Croix ( 



Aviation Service 
FAII-— — 
FAVEBgHAM, 



Natl Bd Of Farm OrKanliatlona ; New 
Tork State OranKe 
FABMBB8- Lou and Twmtt Ce-Statamant 

8 24, 2«:S 
FABMEBS* Non-FartUan LsacDa, ••• Non- 

Partlaan I^cAKue 
PABMINQ, aee Agriculture: Foodatutfs- 

Productlon 
FABHa tor aoMlera, ice 8oldlerB and Sallora 

Rbhabllltatlon-FBrm L«nd»-U. S. 
FABNHAM, Bllia C— estate, Jl 1, 16:2 
FABNSWORTH, Bdwln Dean— death. As 24, 

22 :S 
FARBAGUT, {Admiral) David OUmbow- 

home at HaatlnKS-on-Hudson to be trana- 

formed into Civic Centre by Grace Bplaco- 

pal Church. S 14. 11, 1:4 
FABBAMD, Danlil M.— death. S 21. 22:3 
FABBABI8, Danlo— will head Italian Mo- 

nomlc mlBSlon to U. S.. S 1. 12:4 
FARRBLL, (N V Smi Danln F.— teglBtatlve 

record aummarlzed by Cltliena' TJnion. As 

13. 26:3 
FARRKLL, Daalel Martin— death, Ag 29. 11 :6 
FABRELL, Jamaa A.— announces plana for 
" ■" ■ ,t of School of Foreign Service 
- " -10,000, Ae 22, 



_., ___ Jullllard, A. 

. wlUlam— letter on aclec^ 

strike, Ag 23, S :5 : Ir altackinE form ot con- 
tract demanded by actors. As; 24. IV, 2:4: 
answered by Grace Grlawold. Ir, Ag- IS. 10:1 

FAWCBTT, <Caplt Bomm— tells Id axtldt 
in U. S. Air Bervlce of varying condlUoM 
of air supremacy aa based on offlcia] docn- 
ment9 and cliarts, Jl S, 10 :S 

FAXI.AMOBK, Frank— sends Ir ot tbanki 
and f50 lo MaJ LiCnl, who court-manlaled 
him. As 12. 6:6 

FAY, AuKUat H.— death, Jl lA, 13:3 

PAYANT, Fran "" 



eadinea begin nins Govt 
I of th* Chnrchn at Ckilat 

m ot BDCiai reconstmetlan 
ileads for co-opera tloo of 
capital ana lacwr. Jl 14. 11 :1 " ^~' 

JapnneBe atrocities In Korea: 
retorma by Premier Hara a 
MinlBter Uchlda, Jl M, 17:1: i-m 
to aid U. S. Bmploj-ment Service m iun- 
InB Jobs for ex-Bcrvlce men. Jl 21. 14jJ: 
announces HaEue meeting to plnii world 
unity of churches. Ag 25, 18:4; appeals to 
U, S. citizens to combat race prejudice; 
will start church campaign, S 26. 13:2 

FED KB A 1. HlchwHT Conncll, ■« Roada- 
Federal System _ 

FEIIEKAL Mining * SmelUng Co— Pf dlvd. 

FBHKRAi. " Nad Bank, see WlUlama, (Coa- 

troUer) J. S. 
FEUEBAI. Reserve Banks:— 
CallComla— liank ot Italy Joins Federal Be- 

aerve syatem, J 25. 16:2 
Consolidated reports, Jl 6, 21:1: Jl U, BJ: 

Jl 20. 20:5; Jl 27. 23 :5: Ag 3, 23 :3; Ag ». 

22:3: Ae 17. 23:3: Ag 24. 23:3: Ag 11. 

23:3; S 7. 22:3; S 14, 23:3; S 21. 23 J; S 

ExHmincrs— J. A. Broderick reBtgns u 






28:2 



31. II, T: 

FASHION Show— Ag a. 9:1 

FASIIIONS-Amer woman In London tells of 
individual styles, Jl 2T, III. 3:3: ed. Dress- 
ing to taste. Ag 1. 10:3: show ot Shelton 
Looms opens at Kltz-Carlton. Ag 21, 9:1: 
Mrs B. F. Hale tells Internatl Conference 
of Women Physicians that frock coat iB 
relic ot man's skirt style, 5 19, 10:4: Lon- 
don tailors plan to bring back men's col- 
ored garments of centuries ago, S 21. 1:2 

FASBETf, Bdgar StewaH— death. Jl f" " " 

FAVALITIBS, (— ■--■-—— 



Finance Corp bonds. 830. 

Li'berty Bonds— Statement of N T b«lik ob 
retirement ot loans. 3 23, 24:2 
FKDERAL Reaerva Bdt— 

Business Conditions— Monthly atateoieot Of 
UmlsUc. Jl 3. 1B;2 

Call Money Rates— Discussed by Gov Hard- 
ing. Jl 10, 8:2 _ 

Cost of Living— U from W. H. O. Har<Ha« 
to Sen McLean says currency le«lBlatlaa 
to reduce intlatlon la unnecesaarf ana 
undesirable: suggests worldng i 
Ing as remedy for economic and 
Bltuatlon. Ag 11, 1:7; ed. Work and aan. 
12, 8:1: W, M. Lewis says p«o|>le arc 
profiteers by orgy of exUmTBcaat 
' - " 1 :e : savings sodetle* to 
tatement by 'W. H. LewU 
urges puDuc lo check Intoxication <d 
spending. Ag 17, 22:1: ed. Pronteers' ac- 
complices. Ag IT. Ill, 1:2: review ot bnil' 
ness conditions says decline of higli prlcM 
has set in, S 9, 17:7 

Foreign Financial Problemfl— Comnrrfiimrfie 
atatament on canditiona, 8 8, 
clsm by bankers, ---»■" 



»1i^ 



Ag 15 

eldini 
buying. 



tlona, 1 

0. A-.: 



jMfyS^pt, lilt. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



Pres WllsoQ to aucceed F. j 



slgiied. i 
NT Ban 



FBDB RATION of Cknlnliui Jews In Abmi- 

Conventlon ; prol«Bta against poKmmi; Wll: 
B«nd InveatlKatlDK Camm to Ukraine, S 8 
6:1 
FKDKRATION o( Woman-* CtvU Sorvloe Or- 



Ofhrlnln 1 A. Broderlck reslgna as sacre- 

tary and chief examiner, Ak 7. 21 :S 
'■--' — 1— No relief from high giicea In alght. 



merchantB expect 
level. As 2, 2:4 



continuaUo 



I at preoeDt 



Speculation— Statement on Wall St rumor; 
denies report of action to curtail specu- 
latl«D, JI 31, 19 ;3 
FBDBBAI. Bocat BeflulaE Co— Ft and com 

dlvds. Jl Ifl. 21:8 
rSDBRATED 



Schlft. Chairman of Dlractora' Campaign of 

- -■■■■■- ■■■■„ Fund I>rlv8, ouaiiiea 

LWO d^ - ■ •- 



_.j United BuUdli^ , 

proKTam for IB,DO0^«M< drivaijnstltutloiu 



000 obtained thi 



irouKhoi 
inltalB 



told of In connection 
■ n wUl 

. _ . . _. $800,- 

— __3ak Aaaoc dinner, Ag 

_-. plana, Ak 31. 7:2; 13,100,000 

pledeed by Bd of Dlrectora, S 3, 12:8; 
women plan aid, S 4, 18:4; progreasi In- 
Btltutlona that wlU b« aided. S 7, II, 2:6: 
S 14, n. 1:3; campaign launched at dinner; 
boy lays comeratone of miniature building; 
F. Warburg, Preg, telle purpoae of drive; 



>, 4:1; 



I dlr, < 



ment b 



i of fund: contrlbu- 



contributions; ,. „, 

rope, 1b sent wlreleas, assuring him of auc- 
CBM ot drive, B 18. 13;S; contrlbudona, S 
19, 16:2; S 20. 11:4; Col Gulnzburg an- 

" program for week; I, E. Qoldwaa- 

ot d^arturo In method of gather- 



trlbutlona. S 22, 



Ing funds. 8 21 13:1 

14.1: eontrlbuUona ; i _, ... _ 

Nusbaum, S 23. 10:1; J. H. Schltf appealL 
to women to aid fund; eontrlbuUona, S 24. 
31:3: rabbla will aak BUbacrlptlans to-day, 
S_K^iajl; tnay aeelt more money i*-- 



; laat 



110,000.000 goal Is reached, S 28. .._, 

rally, 8 29. 13:2; message from F. War- 
burg. S 30, 16:1 

FBDBBATBD BebBal Bds— Annual conven- 
aaa at Ooeaa City. N. J., Jl 12, 6:4 

FKDERATION for Child Stody— Summer 
play health Bchooli. Ag 30. 7 :4 

VEDEBATION for the Suppart »l Jewish 
Fhllanthmple Bbcb— Will be asked to raise 
half of building fund being raised by Fed- 
erated Jewish Institutions. Jl 26. 1S:1 

FBDEBATION »l Amer Agencle* for BeUef 
In Fnuic*— Organiiation for after- war work 
announced by M. Casenave: M. T, Herriek 
tta Chairman : other offlcera ; meaaages 
from noted Frenchmen, Ag 3, 32:1 

FBDBBATION of British Indnstrlei, ■» 
Bngl and—Industries 

FBDEBATIOX of Buslneas ot N. Y Orsan- 

lied by bualneas and professional workera 
to fight high prices. 8 18. 25:3 

FEDERATION of UthDanlan CathoUe 8«s 
of Amri^^ongress open In WorcestcrT 
plans formed to combat Bolshevism among 
Lithuanlana In the U, 8,; Ag IB, 32:2: Ag 
22. 18:2: adopts resolullona iavorlng inde- 
pendence of Ireland, Ag 23. 11 :3 

FEDERATION of By Employra ot W. Ta.— 

"■■"■■■■ ' by Gov Comwell In reply to re- 

■ support of Plumb plan, Ag 24. 

._ M .n.™. ,r ,^^ jj jj Lamar. 



Rebuked t. 
Queat for suppoi 
9:3: ed. Ag 2S, H 



chances for m 

Ag 10. II, 3:1 
FEUOBTOWA, Kenla— rescued from brink of 

Niagara Falls. 8 2, 7:5 
FEE, Katy V,, ■«« Servants 
FEHB, IadIb W., »ee Foley. (N. T. Sen) 

FEHHENBACR, (Dr) BauslantiD— addrew 
when Frca Ebert Is sworn as Imperial Pres; 
farewell speech to Constituent Asaembly, 
Ag 23, 1 :4 

FBIOENSPAN Brewing Co, see Prohibition 
Wartime— Beer, Ag 3 

FEIBAI,, FriDCe of Hedjat— leaves Beirut for 
Paris: said to be displeased with settlement 
of Syrian and Persian questions. Ag 19, 



palen, Jl 13 II, 1:7; pledgea, JI 17, 
Federation for Support of Jewish Philan- 
thropic SOCB WlU be aaked to raise half of 
buUdlng fund, Jl 20, lfi;l; Col Ouinzburg 



to attend Washington 1 



FELI., D. NawUa-death, S 23, 17:3 
FELLOW 8. Beglnald AUwjn— engaged to 

Princess Jean de Broglie. Ag 29, 11:3 
FELB, (ConntcM) Jennne Maria de, SM 

Lebaudy, J. 
FELTON, WlUlam 8— atatenoent on BoMon 

police strike. S H, 2:3 
FENIIT, Charles J.— death. Jl 31. 8:3 
FENNES8Y, Jamrs B.— death. S 11. 15:3 
FENNEB8Y, (Mrs) May Beep— death, S 12. 

FEN'WICK, Bertram B.— sued tor divorce, 

S 30, 19:6 
PENWICH. I rrne— operated on, JI 30, 9:1 
FERDINAND, ex-Our of Balgarln— secur- 
iUes in Ixindon. valued at t2,000,DOO for- 
feited to the Crown. Jl 11. 20:3: aecurtdea 
In England seised; bulk of fortune safe In 
neutral countries, Ag 13, 15:2; atory of 
how lie was forced to leave Austrian re- 
treat on order of Emperor Charles, Ag 28, 
4:4: blamed by Gen Theodorff (or Bul- 
garia's part in war. S 20, 2:B 
FERDINAND, KlDC ot BamsDla— congratu- 
iales Pres Wilson on signing of Peace 
Treaty, says Rumania trusts U, 8.. Jl 12, 
3 :8 ; reports _on visit to Budapest, Ag S. 



FBRavSOM. Alexnadei^-death. Jl 22. 9:2 
FERQC80N, Homer L.— testifies on at rys, 

at hearing before Natl Electric Bya Conun. 

Jl 23. 10:2 
FBBODBON. <N T Assemblyl James B.— 

record aummarlied by Citizens Union, S 30, 

FEBOrHON, (Dr) John O.— testlflea before 

Sen Foreign Relations Com on Shantung 
award. An 21. 2:4: Ag 22, 2:2 

"■■■■ — A.— statements on 
. T:7: Jl 14, 16:4 
1 Fein—ActlviUes 

_. B>rt M.— confera 

with Pres Wilson on Peace Treaty. Jl 31, 
1:1: attacka Federal control in s|>eech In 
Sen; aasalla tendency of Govt to supervise 
business enterprlsea, defends meat pack- 
ers. Ag 22, 3 :5 

(Mrs) Mary BUaabetli— death. 



Jl 4 



»:4 



.e Baff, B 

EdnarHo— will marry 
1 28, 22:4; marriage, Jl 



>. 10:6 



. ^ . _ SUUae 

Chaiwl Quartet, B " ~ " 
FERRARA, Frank, 
FERBARI-Fantaaa, 

Maria E. Tallez, . 

30, 7:2 
FBBBABI8, (Ben) Maggtaiina— statement on 

food riots in Italy, Jl S, 4:6 
FEBRERO, Joseph— arraigned on burglary 

Charge : rearrested for threatening wltnCM, 

A« St, B:3 



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laracl af Fardkmm mod 

p»rk— CongregaUoa holds New Vei 
Ice In Baptist Church, S ST. 12j7 



Oabome, 



_, , SheldsD— Iietter on roBO- 

Uon to prohibition. Jl 13. JII. 1:7 

rBBRT, <D«pntT) Abel—tranater of a^cB, 
Ae 18. B:l 

FSBBY BlFik^-Flreaieii. oilers uid water 
tenders on Staten la and Bklyn lines quit 
worki atrilfera blame Mayor Hylan; ser- 
vice resumed after meetloK at which Comr 
Delaney promlaed Bd at i:stlmate would 
reconsider demands for IncreaM, Jl IS, l:3i 
boats run on schedule, men bavlnc return- 
ed to work under promise of efforts being 
made to secure larger Increases; threaten 
to quit It pledces are not kept, Jl 30, 1:2: 
Mayor Hylan meets delesatlon of marine 
workers on municipal ferry boats, berates 
them (or ■trlkiiiK without wamlDK, and 
PTOmlnes to take their request tor higher 
WB^B before E^stlmate Bd, Jl 24. 16:1 

FBBBX Bolt, SM New ""-'" --■" "-— "' 

Ferry Co 

FEBBOM, 

FBBTIO. <N. T. AssamUrmaa). M. MaU- 
wIb— LieglBlatlve record praised by CItixens 
Union. Ag 11, 7:4 

FEB8, (C. 8. Bepr) Blnteea D.— says Pres 
Wilson's address on Uvlnx coats was weak- 
■ ■ - ---y plea, As 8. 1:4; urges cui^ 
T to out living costs, also 
suegesis repeal ot wartime laws and con- 
trot or exports. Ag 0. 3:1; proposes economy 
program In reduce living coats, in speech 
to Republican CongresBlonal Campaign 

Com. Ag 13. 1:8; likens Prea Wilson 

In behalf of peace treaty - - - ■ 
Johnson In 1867. S 7. 7:.. 
addresses ot Pres Wilson on peace treaty. 
on recent tour, S 20. 3:1 

PBTHEB. Donald W., Ms Crance. Hasel 

PETTEB8, (Lt) Jay M.. aee Aeronautlca— 
V. S.-Cascade Mta 

FBTTBB. Mn. B. F.— Man killed near her 
home after 110,000 demand was made on 
her. Ag 18. 11:4 



New Orleans sold to United Retail Stores 
Candy Co. S 27. 17 :4 
FIALA, Otto— Murder; court refuses appli- 
cation of W. P. Evans to visit ■■Bull" Cbb- 
sldy in death house at Sing Sing. Ag 24, 



FtMANCB:— 

European War>-Sec Glass reports total w 
expense ot over 30 billions In Ir to Soi 
Penrose of Sen Finance Com and Ript 
Fordney ot House Ways «c U«uu Cots. 
Jl 10, 19 ;1; ed. War finance ot the na- 
Uons. Jl 11. 10:2; T. W. LAmont dtok* 
'report that J. P. Morgan favored U. & 
Govt guarantee for foreign war debu. S 
IS. 4 -.3 : Repr Gould opposes pooling vv 
debt. S ZT. 7:2 

See bIss European War—Coat: European 
War— Reconstruction— Bconomic BebaMtt- 
tatlon of Burope, and heading FlnaDee* 
under names of countries involved 

Pan-Amer Conference, mw Pan- Americas 
Financial Conference 

World Financial Pool— Urged In Gennanr. 
Ag 17, 5:8 

8ee BlBo Banks and Banking: Credit; Cei^ 
rency: European War—Cost: Exchinga, 
Foreign: Federal Reserve Law: Gold w 
Money; N Y C— Finances; War FUuun 
Corp ; and heading Finances under name) 

of countries 

East River FINAirCB * Trsdlng Cerp— Pf dlvd, S li 



of Prea 



See also Savold Tire Corp 

FINANCES st States-Census Bur will iaaue 
report on analysis. Ag 4. 18:2 

FINANCIEBB, sea Bankers 

FINANCING of Export Trade. s<* Com- 
merce— Export Trade 

FINLU, Cbarles V., sec Oarven. P. 

FINE. (Dr) M. J«(^. svo Newark, N. J — 
Health Dept 

FtNOEBPBINTB— Com Enrlgfat suggests ex- 
change by N Y and Chicago police to Chi- 
cago officials, Ag 15, 8:3; P. W. Miller dis- 
cusses use by business firms. Ag -24. IIL 
10:2 

FINK < 

tHa. i\~^~~%\* 



FICKKBT. (Ill St Atty) Charles 
Francisco— Bomb Plot 

360.1: Ir by Q. D. Colegrove on first trans- 
lation of Japanese novel Into En^lsh. Jl 
27. VIII. 380:2: ed on war novels. Ag 10, 
III. 1:9: ed on popularity of novels In 
Denmark, Ag SI, VIII, 440:1: Ir by A. W, 
Welch on fiction of the future. Ag 31, 
VIII, 443:2; ed. the new romance. S 21. 
in. 1:9 

FIDBUTT Troat Co— Quarterly dlvd, 8 18, 
24:8: statement S 2S, 21:6 

FIELD. (Capt) HanhaU. Sd— wlU seek new 
inUrpretatlon of Field will, Jl 21, 7:1; ulti- 
mate ownership of Field estate hangs on 
Interpretation by court of a word In will, 
" "-, 15:8 



FIFTH Natl BBUk o( N V C— Qua 

8 26, 21:5 
FIFTT-C*nt Dallar, see Currency- 

— — . . _upggg sending 



FII,BTZ, (Bev) Aloyslus, see National Con- 
duit ft Cable Co 
FII.080F0FF, (IJetit) OeoTgc De— marries 
Olga Chrapovltaky, Ag 24. 22:2 



^e Treaty with Aus- 



Cabinet— Gen Uannerhelm resigns as Pre- 
mier, Jl 3. 15 :8 ; new Ministry formed : 
Pres Stahlberg takes war portfolio. Ag 



Germany. „ — 

Hlntse confers with Flmilsh Foreign Itln- 

Ister. Ag 13. 4:3 
Presidency— Prof K. J. Stahlberg elected, 

Jl 27, 14 :2: Stahlberg takes oath of offU«. 

Jl 28. 3:6: Stahlberg states his policy. AC 

10. 5:1 
Relief Work, see Foodstuffs-^ilntand 
Russian Absorption— Prea Stahlberg wants 

assurances from Allies against It. Ag U^ 

5:1 
RusBlan Situation, see Russia- Intervention. 

—Finnish 
Separation from Russia— Fight for it urged 

by Lieut Com G. Beall, S 18. 12:7 



Comdr Rague, _ ^ 

transport, Ag 14, i 

FINLAY, i 



: command taken l>y L 



r of Be 

o address ot E. Root that 

mites U. S. and EUigland: 



FINI.BY, (Dr) John HosIhd— tella Natl 1 
u cation Assoc ot war's effect on hl^er ei. 
catlon. Jl 2. 17:4: appointed by Gov Smith 
to conduct living cost Inquiry with M. H. 
Glynn. Ag T, lri:5; report of InvestlgaUoo 
on N. Y. S. food situation tiled: BUggestlMU 
for legtslallon, Ag 25, 1:S 
See al.o Foodslu«»-Prlces-N. Y. S. 
FINN. HllUam A.— death. Jl 8. 11:4 
FINNHOGASON. Qodmundrr— diacusae* self- 
determination of Iceland, special article, Jl 
13, VIII, 2:1 



JuhfSepU in». THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



FINNEOAN, Thoi 



P.— says, in Ir to Natl 
t achool cdiirHes must 
ae aajusiea to me«i economic and Industrial 
condttlonB of today. Jl 3. IS^T 
FINNBBAN, FruncU J.— accunes Pres Wil- 
son of wrecking Democratic Party, in new 
set of 14 points sent to H. CumminKB, Ag 6, 

B., ■» Anarchists— U. 8. 
riHE jtrms. use Sullivan Gun Law 
FIRE I>rp(. see N Y C— Plre Dept 
FIRE iDsDranc*, lea Insurance— Fire 
FIRE Prevmtlso Day— Proclaimed by Mayor 
Hylan. S 20. 11:6; proclamation by Gov 
Smith, S 30, 1:4 
FIREMAN, The, lee N T G— Fire Dept 
FIREMEN. iM N T G— Fire Dept 
FIRBMKN (Ridf)— Metropolitan Ufe insur- 
ance Bldg- employes strike. S 9. 20:6: S 6. 



a*« alas Macon, Ga. 
FIBE81— 
Archwisel— S 6. 1B:Z 
Rayvnac. M. J.— Gasoline explosion endan- 

Bers plant of Texas Oil Co. Jt £5. 13 :n 
Battalo— Stoddard Bros, drug store. Jl SO, 



Ceney liland— Sea Beach Pi 

S 29. 7:2 
Edsewater. N. J.— Com Products 



damaged, 
plant. 



! & Fleming ablaie; 20 acres of 
itiunt In flames, S 14. 1:3: S 10, 15:0: 
S Ifl. 20:0; another small blaie alarms 
Greenpoint residents. S 18. 1*:4; Mn- 
playes who risked lives will be re- 
warded with stock bonuses. S 27. 8 :4 
Stevens House. Morris St A Broadway, 
Jl S4, 7:< 
Newark, M. J.— Maas A Walsteln Co. chem- 
ical plant, As 1. 7:1 
PecksUU, N. Y.— 4 bldgs Destroyed In 

waterfront fire. Jl 7, 18:3 
PhiladelplilB— e firemen killed. 32 Injured 

in warehouse fire. Jl 13, 17:1 
Frinceton, N. J.— Grand stand and bleach- 
ers destroyed, Ag 11. 12:fl 
Fravldence, B. I.— New Haven K R repair 

shops set afire by UshtnliiK. Jl 27, 8:1 
Retterdam— Cotton bumed. S 9, 12:4 
Ban Sslvadot— Many bldgs destroyed, Jl 22. 

4:4 
achoolhouBiis— Federal Bd for Vocational 
Train InK encourages fireproof construc- 
tion to cut fire hazard, Jl 5, f ' ' 
Sehooner Qeorse D. EdlB»ndl 

sea, Ag 27. 0:3 
abaron Sprint*. N. T.— Manhattan Hotel 
and Morrel House destroyed, Jl 27, II. 



bumed at 



8he<tleld, Ala.— White (J. 

Corp, nitrate plant, S 17. I 
8 S Cedric, Jl 25, 1 :4 



I Engineering 



Frue*— 2.200,000 lbs of tobacco destroyed 

at Pantln. Ag 28, 11:2; Amer military 

camp at Miramas bums. S 22, 10:7: S 

23. 11:2 
OalUord. Coaa— Bradley. W. B., and wife 

burned to death, Jl 1. 1T:6 
B*l>*k«i— Ferryboat Chatham damaged. Jl 

17, 2;fl 
IningtsD, N T— 12 firemen overcome at 

chemical plant fire, Ag 25, 24:2 
Jeney Cltyi- 

Felntuch, (Mrs) Mary, and daughter die 
In home; door was tied with rope. Jl 



Pier 14 of N J Central: police link blaze 
with deaths of 5 men from drinking 
wood alcohol, Jl 31, S:l 
Halane, N Y— fl persons bumed to death in 

home of I.. Hurteau, Jl 20, II, 1:2 
HlUlncton, Coan— Foesaner, (Mrs) Caroline, 

held on <diarge of arson, Ag 27, 9:2 
MoMrpal. Caa— 7 killed In fire on scenic ry, 

Ag 11, 1:2 
New Brnnswlsk, N J— Sell-Floto Circus 

tent destroyed, Jl 12, 6:4 
New York City:— 

Army garage, 4Sth SL, Brooklyn; 40 
motor trucks bumed. Ag 4, 3:6 

Bronx Park Zoo. Ag 2:^ " • 



17 :S 

, S 2, 1 :b 

Community Church (formerly Church of 

the Messiah), S 12, 17:8 
DeKalb Ave. 7B4, Brooklyn: policeman 

and fireman injured, Jl 0, 22:3 
Elevated R R terminal at South Ferry 

and Staten Island ferry house dam- 

ag«l: fl firemen Injured, Jl 3. 15:1 
Gold St, 166 Brooklyn; E. McCusker 



t Ha\ 



makes port with fire In hold, 
, badly dam- 



■, Ag : 



9, 7:2 

a Erie Basin, Brook- 



B 8 Haraval bumed b 

lyn. Jl 31, 9:1 
B S Teanyson reaches Barbados with bunk- 
ers afire, S 21, 1B:1; S 22. 7:4: S 23. 11 :S 
S S Vr»lri« puts into St Lucia after crew 
had fought fire In hold for four days, 8 
Ifl. 19:5; S 23, 11:3 • 

Trenton, N. J.— State Home for Olrls; S 

girls admit starting tire Jl 2S, 1S:8 
WrbtbtntDWD, N. J.-J.1 buildings destroyed 

by Incendiary fire. Jl 10, 15:4 
See alno Forest Fires 

A Robber Co — Increases 

capital. Jl 2n. 1B:Z 
REWORKS— Use In celebration of 4th July 
)rohlbited under wartime eiplosives law. 
ihich officials say can't be enforced, Jl 
11-2: LJeut Col Ragsdate tells of aid of 
lyrotechnlcB to U. B. fighters during war. 
p art, Ag 17. VII. p 11 
.RST Chnrfb of Obrist, Sdentlat, (oe 
Christian Science Church 
JRST FIdd Artillery, see New York State- 
N Y Guard 

RST Natl Baoh of Chicago— Statements. 
I 14, 19:7; S 21. II, P 8 

BST Natl Rank of OleveUnd— Statements, 
■■ '1. 19:4; S 21. II. S:5 

KHT Natl Dank af Freeport-D. Broun- 
- ■ lenced for robbery. Jl 17. 32:4 

B8T Natl Rank of Jersey City— State- 



iDw, Brooklyn ; 

saves child. S 27, 11:4 
Liberty Theatre— Small blaze, 8 11, 17:4 
Uaril>orough Hotel, Ag 31, 2:8 
National Anallne Chemical Co, Jl 13. 1:4 
New Grand Hotel; C. Ginobes arrested 

on charge ol arson. Ag 17, II, 1:2 
Pulitzer Bids, S 2, 3:3 
Rlggl Bros, candy factory, Brooklyn: 

Fireman J. B. Meyers Injured. Ag 10, 

8:3 
Shipyard of Ira Btisher A S 






I. 17:9 



21:4 



i 10. 24:-'^ 



JRST Natl Bank c 

WIlltiimB. J. S. 

SUtement, S 21. 1 
-RST Trnsl « Ssvl 
ment, Jl 14. 1»:7 



r N V— Statements, Jl 11. 

r PhUa— Statement, S 21. 

•t Calantawn, Pean., ■m 

ilngK Rank of CUeaico- 

I. p 8 

Bin Bank, N T C— State- 



. Jcffei 
KR. <U 

SCkER, Ja 



■elected to attend Indoa- 

„l Washington. S 23, 3:2 

>wrencr C— appointed temporary 
Children's Court. Ag 3, 7:8 



THE NEW YORE TIMES IHDEX. Ju^-Sepfc, t91». 



FISH— Mayor Glllan testifies before House 

Com considering IcElslatlon to reduce living 
nnntm. diarECB UiBl F> blK meat packers con- 
• " ■■-■ ■■-'. jfg IS. 4:7; Atty Gen 



.] N T fish n 



i5,000 
poundB held in cold storase In N J as un- 
rit Cor consumption. Ag 23. 2:3; :»1.000 
pounds stored In N J condemned, Ag 30, 
3:5: exhibit by Aquarium Soc at Amer 
Museum of Natural History. S T, II, 6:1 
Bc« kUo Fisheries; Sklpfllp 
FISH Strike, see Boston FlBhcrmen's Union 
FISH Trust — Mass, Legislature passes regu- 
laUons concerning profiteers, Jl 8, II. 3;1: 
sentences pronounced on 17 mcnibers of S' 



I Feder 



. Jl 1 



r Co a 



t order 



1 Bay 



charged, Jl 12. 8 



FISHER, Harry— wl 

S 24. 7:1 receives 
riSUEB, (Ixird) 



oris, ^■n'^ 



receive British D S M, 



transit condition 
Ag IB. 3:1 
FISHER, (OBnUnK 
North '- 

nsHi 

7:7 

FISHEB Bodr Carp— FT divd, Jl 3. 19:4 
tISHBBIES Treatles-^apan and All-RuHslan 
Oovt concludes arrangements to extend 
Japanese rights provided for by Ports- 
mouth treaty, Ag 21, 1S:S; British and 
Csnadlaji reprs will sign agreement with 
U. S., Kg 28, 14:4 

FIBK, (Mrs) Pboebe A.— death, Jl 8. 11:4 

nSK, Wilbur C— resigns as Pres of Hudson 
& Uanhattan R R Co, S SO, 15:5 

PIBKE. (Bear AOmlrKl) Bntdler A.— aivard- 
ed medal by Aero Club of America for In- 
vention of torpedo plane; Ir of thanks, 
Ag 10, B:Z 

FI8KE, (Mrs) Minnie 

actors' strike. B 21. Ill, 6:1 

FITCH. (Col) Bogn 8.— brief o 
reer In sp art, Jl 27, VII. 2:4 

FITT8, WUllBin C, 
Settlement Frauds 

FITZOEBALI), C, B.— becomes Mayor of 
SeatUe. Ag 2B, 1:8 

FITZGEBAU>, Charirs— Ir on Ireland, Jl IT. 
12 :S 



Railroads— Claim 



PITzaEBAI.D, ( 



I. Bepr) John F,-^ffen 

1 tor investigation Into 

wheat situation, with view to reducing 
price, Jl 12, 3:3; ed, Jl 19, 8:4; Introduces 
resolution to sell Amer wheat at world 
market price, Ag 1, 1:1; ed, Ag 2, 6:2; op- 

rscB natl budget bur In Presldcnt'ji office, 
27, 17:8 

FITZFATKICB. James F.— sentenced tor 
manslaughter, Ag 19, 4:2 

FITZPATBICK, (Sergt) James J.— toeeU 
brother after S years, Ag 22. 19:2 

FITZPATBICH, James W.— elected Vice 
Pres of Associated Actors snd Artists of 
Amer, Jl 19, 7:3 

FITZPATRICK. John— says prohibition Is 
one of principal causes of unrest among 
working classes, Jl 21, 1:4; arrives In N 
T C to see Gompcre and Steel Corp officials. 
Ag 26, 1T:2: says steel unions did not re- 
ceive until after strike vote meeting, Pres 
Wilson's appeal to defer strike until after 
industrial conference, 8 12. 2:T; denies that 
strike will be deferred until after Indus- 
trial conference. S 1.1, 1 :ri ; de- 
nounces methods used to prevent steel 
workers from organising; says 7 or- 
ganizers were murdered, S 18. 1 :B : 
•tatement aa MmI atrika atarts: aaya Oatr 



FITZPATBICK, Jahn (continued)— 
rejected IVea^Wlson'S_ adviea to '" 



only 1-6 of wc 
12:3; testimony 



s before Sen Con 



s are umon meri ; often 
refusea^ S 2«, 1 " 



, itraiJlcted In telecrsia 

from employe of Inland Steel Co of !"^1*"t 
Harbor to Sen Kenyon. 8 27. 3 :0 ; ed, 8 2B. 
Ill, l:ll defended by Gompers, 8 3>. 3:5; 
ed, S 20. 12:3 

Annexation to Italr—Sald to be rcsolTtd 
upon by Crown Council. S 2«. 1:3: tvn 
resolutions Introduced In Chamber et 
Deputies, S 27. 4:2: report of vote passed 
bv Italian Chamber it Deputies, S 3a 1:1 

D'Annunilo'B Coup — d'Annuiulo arrives wttti 
armed forces in defiance of Itall&n (^vt'e 
orders. S 14. 12:5; flth Army Con» re- 
fuses order of Nlttj to disarm forces of 
d'Annunsio, to whom Gen I*lttalmii 
granted entry. S 15, 1:2; annexation ot 
Fluma proclaimed ; act considered jaa- 
UnouB, Italian Amb to U. S. declare:^ S 
16. 15:2; ed. S Ifl. 14:1; KreoOl and 
British haul down flags, at request ol 
d'Annunzlo, S 1«, 1:3: Italian Govt stopi 
all news of mutiny: Jugoslav peace dele- 
gates report revolt was carefully planiied, 
S 17. 1:3: d'Annunzlo will r^oaln. nyi 
Milan press : Paris press comment. S 17. 
2:2; ed, 8 17. 12:9; Italy blockades land 
and sea to bring Insurgents to terms; 
Jugoslavs cut off supplies; Diaz called to 
Rome by NIttI: no Amer troops tb^^ 
says military attache; message from 
d'Annunilo; German press comment. B IS. 
2:9: d'Annunilo defended by hla son 
Hugo, S IB, IT :4 : Oen BadogUo gan 
d'AnnunKio up to Sept 18 to reUtw; no- 
easiness In Rome over concentration of 
Jugoslav troops; appeal of d'AnnumtOi 
who also appeals to Italian sailors to 
stand by troops. S 19. 17:3, 4; allied war- 
flhtps level guns on city; time limit for 
evacuation expires; d'Annunilo said to 
have army of 11,000 and supplies for 3 
mos; Insurgents Joined by Trieste volun- 
teers. 8 20, 5:1: Admiral Cassanova de- 
tained: situation quiets down, d'AnnunAi 
answers with threat order of Col Rondsg- 
lla that officers who remain will be con- 
sidered as deserters. 8 21, 9:1: d'Ajinunski 
refuses to obey ultimatum to return to 
Home, commandeers foodstuffs: foreign- 
ers expelled and Jugoslavs Imprisoned. 
says. In address to his forces, that be 



tion. 8 23, 1:3; cd. 8 

ported to hnvn reslgi. _.. 

nunzlo calls for overthrowal 

statement by Ulssolatl. S 24. 1:_. 

conferred on garrison by d'AnnimiJo, s 

24, 1:4: ed, S 24. 16:1: Italians seln 
Toguire. d'Annunilo has warships - - - ■ 
disposal' Wilson won't discuss " 
until d'Annunzlo withdraws, is r«port. s 

25, 1:5: seizure resulted from hoettUty of 
Pres Wilson, says Gen GaHbaldi, B 2S. 
4:3; blockade of Italy threatened by Ptm 

Jugoslavs: Allies blamed by Garibaldi: 
occupation of Suesak planned, S 28. 1:1; 
d'Annunilo Issues proclamation to tbe 
Dalmatians. 8 20, 4:3; funds are being 
raised by Italians In South Amerl S 27. 
.r . . Duranty, S 27. 4 4; 

jiij; rrau recovered .fmn 
urgents by force under Admiral 
if V. B. S. Olympla; Serla 
t Count Nino de Fanfogna wai 






chBrKC tl 



! dlctat 



:, S ZS. 2:3; discussed b. 
Italian Chamber of Deputies: TIttoni 
warns against break with Allies, 8 tt. 
1:4; Peace Conference wilt leave settle- 
ment to Italian Govt: Americans Insulted 
following publication of report of d«n>aiid 



JutyStpt, 1919. THE NEW YORE TIUES INDEX. 



VlVHBt— D'Annunxlo'B Coup (oantinued)— 
by PreB Wllsoa that d'Annunilo quit; 
_ ,. _.. -_ — "inuuider of air fleet 
3:2, 3: dlscusaed by 



e li. S :S 



Casa^ande .. 

by dAnnunzlo, S 29. 
8. Groultch, S 30, 3:3 

Caatlglioiil. F.. Ir. Ae ' 

OuKKan, S. P., artlclt, _ _,. _ . . 

Fraoco'Itallaii CUjjh— Report ol antl-ltallan 
attitude ot French troopH atlrs Korae ; 
a«n aroEioll reported to have pro- 
tested to French commander. Jl 4. 
10 :* ; e klUed. 30 Injured ; slatement 
by Gen S&vy, commander of French 
troopa; Gea Qrailoll, commander of 
Italians, prevents Serb troopship from 
landlnB by threat to slnli It, JI 8, 1:2: 
Council of S of Fetkce Conference appoints 
Interallied Comm to loqulre Into riots 
and charBes of Italians: Tlttonl eoes to 
Rome to settle problem. Jl B, 17:3; ind- 
dent discussed by Nittl In Parliament. 
Jl 10, 1:0; anxiety In Paris. Jl U. 1:3; 3 
allied warabtp* ordered there, Jl 12. 1:S; 
T. S. Ryta tells of wltnesalnK murderous 
attack on French by Italian saliora and 
addlera, l«d by officers. Jl 14. 1:4; Popolo 
Bomano protests reports a» misleading 
Amer opinion; Gen Qrasloll arrivea In 
Rome to report, Jl 18. 3.2: interallied 
Military Comm blemea itaUana, As S, 
S:2; report that Interallied Military 
Coram had anived at hostile dedalon to 
Italy denied, Ag 4. 3:1; Allied Comm is 
rt^y to report plan of settlement, Ag 13, 
1S:4 

Indwendence— Fort will be Independent la 
report. Ak T, 1D;3 

Jusoalavs-Clash vlth Italians, JI 26, 2:8; 
Socialists of Jusoalavla Join bourKeolsIa 
In anti-ItsUan manltesto, Ag 10, II, i:8; 
denial that armies are moblHzliiK to 
march a^lnst d'Annunsto's forces; Jubo- 
■lav Oovt asked by rcfusees to inter- 
vene acalnst d'Annunrio and protect 
Jusodav Interests, S 24, 1:8; Berblana re- 
strained by police force from USB Olym- 
g& from talung action at Trau, S 28, 1:S: 
erbs will resist Invasion by Italians, says 
B. Groultch, 6 SO, 3:S 

Peace Conference Action, see Buropean 
War — Peace Conference — lUdlan-Jivo- 
slaw Dlqtutea . ^ __, 

Police forces composed ot Amer and Bri- 
tish toroes favored by Interallied Comm. 

Bpe^al article by KUry H. Vorse. Jl S, 

U. B. Marines— reported to have landed, 
S 22. 15:2; land at Baccarl. S S3, 1:8; 
Sec Daniels says he has no knowledfe ot 
landing, S 23, 4:2: Repr J. W. Husted 
otters resoluUon In House for withdrawal. 
S 39. 4:S: Italian officers and soldiers 
saved from population at Trau; resolu- 
tions offered In U. S. CongresB tor In- 
qulHes on landing. S 21. 4:3: Trau re- 
covered tram Italians by police force 
from U 8 S Olyinpla. fi 28. 1:0; details 
of landing: at Trau. B 29, 3:3; landing at 
Trau debated In U. S. Sen: resolutions 
condemning such Interference offered by 
Sena New and Sherman, acted under 
order ot Supreme Council says Hitch- 
cock. S 30, 1:3; ed, S 30, 18:3 

U. B. Senate— Resolution by Sen Spencer 
expresses sympathy * " "' 
nexatlon to Italy. Jl 
by Sen 



; discussed 

„ ^ 1; ItaUan- 

Amer Interests plead to Foreign Rela- 
tions Com asainst loss to Italy, S <. 3:4: 
A. Osaolnach sends plea tor Justice to 
Sen Lodge, S 11, 20:4; resolutions ottered 
by New and Sherman condemnlnE land- 
Ins ot U, S. forces at Trau. S 30, 3:3; ed. 
The affair at Trau. S 30. 18:3 
PITB Day Week. ■« I*l>or-Flve-Day Week 
FITE PalnU Hiisloa— DedlcaUon plans. S 

21. n, 1:2 
ri/AO, Am< 



5 which flew over L*.ngreB 

in reviewed Amer troopa Is 

1 him. Jl 31. 1B:2: respected by 



FUO, BrttUh-^America's Tribute to British 
Merchant Seamen receives Union Jack 
from British Bmbassy, Jl 27. 3:8: burnlns 
at Newport on night before de Valera's 
visit protested a^nst, S 21, 7:3 

PLAG, Preneh, see Soldiers' and Sailors' 



PrAO, Oannan—New 

_.i. . Assembly, Jl 

itematl, sea Red Flag 



adopted by Con- 



PI.AO. 1 

FLAO. Irlib— Urldgepcrt protests against 
flying It during Victory Fund drive; per- 
mission granted by Aldermen, Jl 20, 8:8; 
. . .___ ij^jjiJj ^^ flying nag 



World— Origin by H. Ford told of by 



. Marquis, Ag 2, 13 



FLAHEKTX, Jamas 



e European Wai^Atroo- 



ri.AlIBKBT, G 

Uele recalling 
S 21. IV, 16:1 
PLAX— British Bd of Trade describes details 
of Govt plan of control. /" 3, n. 0:7; new 
reitlng process used In Prance to make It 



M- FI.BI8CIIMAN (Dr) 



I Educational 
PLfSHiNO, Charles King— death, Ag Itf. 

PLEMINO, Jama* J.— nominated as post- 
master for Yonkera, Jl 18. 11:3 

FLBMINO (Mrs) Ionise W.— receives Crotx 
de Ouerre, Ag 1, 28:2 

FLEMING. (Dr) M. L.— saya Institution tor 
alcoholics has as many patients aa before 
wartime prohibition went Into effect, 6 7, 

PI.KMISH epparatlst Xovemeftt, sea Bel- 
gium—Flemish Movement 

FI.ETCHSB, Andrew — suggests financing 
foreign rys to stimulate trade. In annual 
report of Amer Locomotive Co, 8 6. 17:4 

PI.ETCBEB, (U. fl. Son" " "- ' 



; struck by trolley 



living costs. Ag B, 

— -, Ag 22. 2:3: Ag 23, I . 

~" Prafhei^-assurea Repr 



PLETCBER, 

McKeown that ,. ... 

dered In Mexico, will be taken to Pres 
'Wilson, Jl 16. 1:0; submits to House Rules 
Com list of 217 U. S. citizens killed In 
Mexico since 1911. Jl 23, 1:1: ed. Jl 24. 
B:4: appeals to Mexican Congress to loin 
In policy to protect Americans. .1! 27, 1:1; 
testimony assailed by Repr Gould. Jl 30, 
1:4: Mexican policy assailed by W. Gates. 
Ag 2. 3:7: wUl not return to Mexico tor 



PLEITBY, (Mrs) CBrallne I..— death. S S, 
11:2 

PI.IRET, St* under European War— Memo- 
rials and Monuments 

FLOATING Hlnas. see MInea. Floating 

FLOOn. (V. 8. Bapr) Benry Dalawar* 



ot 



Repr Graham upholding Sec 



^ndlts In Kishinev region of Russia. 1 



Baker's policy. In Investigation of expendi- 
tures, Jl 2a, 4:1; replica to attacks on Sec 
Baker in debate on sales of army food 
supplies, Jl 30. 2:2; Introduces resolution 
tor investigation of increased cost ot farm 
maidiliiery and fertUliers. Ag S. 1:0; re- 



THE NEW TORE TIUES INDEX. JvJvSepU. 1$1*. 



PlXtOD, (r. B. Bepr) Hcnrr DMawar* (con- 
tinued)— 

turnt to U. 8. after InveatlratlnK War 
ttept expenditures In Fruice, Bays vast 
■urns were well Bpent. 8 27, 10;3i relutes 
Bland's charses on War Dept expendltureH 
In France, S 28, 20 rfl 



i scarcity and hlKh 

pricea. As 31, 11, 7;6 
FL.OREMCE, iH FoodBtu«B-Italy 
FLORID, (Don) Jau— Identities ancient 



r at 1 



FIX>BIDA, 



ropolltan Museum, Ag 3, li^l 



[ for i classes i 



"ionoro-Unde Field Marrfial of 
Army, civen freedom of the CSV! 
'-- iJpr * -^"- * - 



1 presented with s 



honor, Jl dl, . . 

Campaign In Western Europe— Reviews id- 

fenelve of Jaly 14, 1014. in L« Matin. Jl 

14, 3:1 

Decora tJona— Confers 
n BrlK Gen C 



F^erl 



xaArmun, vFc -^uiu Storace Wareho^.~_. 

Cost of Llvlni;- Florida 
riMvn:— 

Exports— Director aids Amer exporters, 
jobbers and millers by allowlM exporta- 
tion under general license. Jl 8, 16:3; 
Grain Corp announces new plan will re- 
ceive weekly offers after Aug S, As 2, 



13 :e 

Ucenees— Restrict ions o 
dealers, Jl 10, 3:4 

North Dakota— Mayor Glilen of Newark, 
N. J., will soil shipment from state- 
owned mills. Ag 3, 3:7: North Dakota 
buys mill, arranges to build mills and ele- 
vators in effort to aid in reducing living 
costs. Ag 10, 3 :1 

Prices— Possibility of legislation end strike 
causes prices to drop in Kansas City. Ag 

further reduction In San Francisco. Ag 4, 



aMd Unim!" J\ 12. 3:8 

F1.0WBR Show—Washington Irving High 

. School. 8 23, 8:3 
See also Tntemall Flower Show 

FIOWER8— Wild flowers which contain poi- 
son. Ab 31. III. 10:1 

n-VSmva Bbt- Advantages for dry dock 
set forth by Queens Borough Chamber of 
Commerce In Ir to &, N. Hurley, Jl 20, DC 
18:8 _ 

FI.V8H1NO. I.. I., see Real Estate-Flushing 

PLTINO Clreai, see Aeronautics— U. 8.— Re- 
cruiting Trip 

FXYNN, (N T Assemblyman) Kdwud *.— 
legislative record summarized by Cltlsens 
Union, Ab 11. 1A 

FLYNN, JotiD Joseph— death, B 9, 17 :B 

ri-YNN, WllllBm A.— death. Jl 7, 13:4 

FLVNN, WlUlBm J.— takes charge of Inquiry 
to ascertain how State Dcpt messages are 
stolen by radicals for publication, Jl 20, 
1:6; goes to Pittsburgh to ln\-estlgate steel 
strike. 3 28, 2:5; returns to Washington, 
8 27, 3:S 

FOCU, FrrdlBBnd, Karshsl of FrBnee:— 
Addresses— Toasts Amcr army at 4th of 
July luncheon ol Amer Chamber of Com- 
merce In Paris. Jl B. 8:3: speaks at pres- 
entation of gold wreath by Inhabitants of 
Dept of Selnc-et-Olse, Jl 13, 2:S 
Amer Army— Thanks Oreat Britain for aid 
In transporting U. S. troops. Ag 30, 1:2; 
bids Qen Pershing farewell : praises army. 

Amer Legion— Invited to attend Minneap- 
olis convention. Ag T. 6:8 
Armies of Occupation— Extends Amer area 

on Rhine. S 5. 15:4 
Baltic Regions-Supreme Council of Peace 

Conference i "■'" * ■■""••"- 

mending exp 

Lettish republic. Jl 31. 

League of Esthonlans. L.etts, Lilthuanlans, 

and Ukrainians for ridding provinces of 

Germsn troops. S 18, 12:7 
Belgian Independence Day- Arrives In 

Brussels, Jl 22, 8:7 
British Army- Pays tribute to It but says 

It will not be ready lor next war, Jl 20, 

2:S 



ederatlon of Amer Agencies for Relief te 
France—Message of gratitude. Ag X, 11:1 

French Heroes' Lafayette Memorial Pund- 
Thanks It tor gift to aid flghUrs' widows, 
Ag 3, 22 2 

Gold wreath presented to him by inhabit- 
ants of Dept of Selne-et-Olae. Jl 13. 1:9 

Hungary— Discusses Intervention with Su- 
preme Council of Peace Conference. Jl 
12, 1:4; does not agree with Suprcfne 
Council In sending appeal to people to 
oust dictator, would use army lusted. Jl 
29. 1:4 

Hiondon Victory Parade— Acclaimed, Jl SB, 



Pershing. (Qen). tareweU, 8 3, 1 :1 
Photographs— Averse to posing. Ag I, 2: 



Poland— Report o 






UthD- 



in S 



Peace Confers...™. .. — _._ 
Bon— Asks Belgian Govt to search for body 
of son killed In Aug, 1914. In the Ar- 
dennes. S 18, 15:4 
Superior War Council- Will b 

report, S IT. 1T;5 
Vacation— Takes one for first < 
years, 8 II. 8:3 
FUCK, Dirk— debut as conductor a 

Symphony Concerts. Jl 21, 7:2 
FOB8ANEB, (Mr>) CarallBe— held cm chuge 

of arson, Ag 27. B:2 
FOO, see 8hlpplng— Guidance of Ships 
FOHI., J^r, see Sports— Baseball— Cleveland 

Amer Iieague Club 
FOKKBR (Blrplana InveBtBr) — renoiuwes 
German citizenship; Is renaturallaed Dutdt- 
man. Ag 29, fl:3 
FOLBY. * -— 



Ag 



.(Bmes-death. Ag 11, 8:S; tunerml. 



., 9:2 



FOLEY, (Bishop) Uaurlce P.— death, Ag IT. 

22:4 
POI.K, (Gov) Joseph W.— pleads Esypfc 

right of sdf-detenn I nation at hearing of U. 
- m. Ag MC 4 3 



ngr of Mexican Natl Rys, 
FOOD and Harkets Dept, N. V 

S.— Food and Market Dept 



Prohibition- 



Smith. Food Administrator of Broome Co, 
N. Y., on women's appeals (or sugar sup- 
plies, sp an, Jl 6. Vll, p 10 

FOOD tor Fnuee Fund, see Foodstuff •- 
France 

FOODSTVFFfl!- 



, Google 



JuljhSept, 1818. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



VOODSTUFfB (continued):— 

AmiBnln Amer S 3 Klckapoo Is takInK 
S5O0.0O0 cargo of manufactured KOods to 
Novorossysk to barter for grain which 
will be shipped across the Black Sea, Jl 
«, 5:2; lives o( refugees In Caucasus de- 
pend on success of British troops In keep* 
IDS Tartars and Kurds from breaking up 
relief system. Ag 10, II, 1:2 
Annr Snpplleii — 

AdditlonsJ supplies to be offered to pub- 



Btdgli 

10. 7:7 
Chicago— Sales. Ag 



: Ag 1! 



i:fl 



Customs Service— Collector Newton 

quests that supply be made available 
for employes, makes statement on 
need. Ag 3. 2:8; Collector Newton says 
arrangements have been made to sup- 
ply Govt employee, Ag 9, a :l 

Denver— Sales. Ag IT. 3:3 



USTlIFPB:-ArmT BappUesi-NeW York 

y (continued)- 
18; list of foods, with prices, Ag 8. 
9.*; Public Markets Dept prepares tor 
sale. Ag B. 3:1; dty may decide not 
'- ' ■ -", Ag 10 3:2; DepuU 



O' Halle: 

plans U 
public t 
begin, , 
postpone 
ting su 
distribui 
Ag 10, 



Com 



.J sell Immediately foodstuffs worUi 
tlSO.0OO,D0O, Jl 13. 8:3: House passes 
resoluUon directing Sec Baker to sell 
surplus food to public: bitter debate; 
amendment by Rapr Kelty authorizing 
use of parcel post adopted, Jl 30, S;2; 
resentment among Republicans over 
defection of 30 members from party 
line In vote on Kelly amendment to 
use parcel post; caucus will be held. 
Jl 31, 1:5: ed. Fighting RepuUlcana, 
Ag f, 10:2 

House Com Hearings— C. W. Hare testi- 
fies before sub-corn on delay In selling 
them. Jl 0. IB :4 : Col A. M. Davis tes- 
tifies : says Brig Qen R. E, Wood 
agreed with Natl Canners' Assoc to 
withhold surplus from domesUc mar- 
ket Jl 10. 30:1; Gen March tesUfies; 
says he proposed selling surplus stock 
last Nov, Jl 12. 0:1: Republican mem' 
bers of sub-com make report charging 
Sec Baker with keeping food from 
public to aid canners: Democrats will 
file dissenting report. Jl 20. 3:1: Demo- 
crats defend Sec Baker: Republicans 
refuse to hold back findings to hear 
more evidence: text of Ir from Repr 
Flood to Chairmen Oraham upholding 
Baker's policy. Jl 26, 4:1 

Meal— Cold storage stock will be placed 
on sale. S 4, 17:6: distribution begun 
in N T C. S 10, 8:1 

Montana— U. S. Sen passes measure to aid 
drought victims, Ag 24. 4:5 

Kew York City— Comr Day hopes to find 
way to buy war food, Jl 14, 24:2; B. 
A. O'Malley, Deputy Comr of Har- 
beta, will urge Sec Baker to send 
large supply on consignment. Jl 30, 
2:4; O'Malley will present to Sec 
Baker a plan Cor delivery of surplus 
stocks for public sale, Jl 31. 2:4: Sec 
Baker approves plan submitted by 
O'Malley allowing payment from re- 
ceipts in 30 days; list of foodstuffs 
to be sold. Ag 1, 1:2; Comr O'Malley 
reports that Sec Baker has accepted 
plan ; Mayor Hylan writes Comr 
Enrlght. ordering police canvass to 
see if butchers were being threatened 
by packers, Ag a, 1 :7 ; Deputy Comr 
O'Malley says first consignment will 
be IS carloads, will be put on sale at 
100 centres within week, Ag 3, 2:0: 
Comr O'Malley works out plans for 
■ale, get! many offers of aid. Ag 6, 
IT :8 : playgrounds of school bidgs will 
be used as distributing centres; city 
employes will help in sale and distri- 
bution, Ag S, 3:3; Comr Day will 
handle sales. Ag 7, 16:9; Dr Day ao- 
^ dlatributloii will hmrta Aur 



of 



1 volunteer « 



-_„ __. _:3; Public NaO Bank of N V 
designated as depository for money 
received. Ag 24. 4:3: ed. putting down 
prices, Ag 25, 10:4; no sales today, 
to allow for Inventory and dellverr 
of additional stock. Ag 2fl, 1:1: wider 
variety will be placed on sale. Ag 27. 
16 ;1; Bales hampered by union rules 
that retard deliver" says Comr 
O'Malley. Ag 28, 1:3; sales, Ag 28. 
11:1: Ag 30, 1:1; Ag 31, 16;:3: S 1, 
10:1: S 2, S:2; Day announces cut In 
price of canned soups, B 4, 17:6; sale. 
S 0, 15:3; B 0, 1H:1: Comr Day cets 
, new stocks. S 7, 10:1; sale, n 6. 7;1: 
Comr Day finds wholesale dealers re- 
sell at big profit, orders food return' 
ed, 3 10, IB:4; sale. 8 11, 10:2; Comr 
Day has new plan to sail food from 
trucks, S 12, 24 :S; Comr Day will ask 
Federal aid In prosecuting speculative 
buyers who re«ll army food, 8 18, 
11:1; distribuUon of trosen meats be- 
gins, S Ifl. 8:1; list of stores where 
Qovt meat may be obtained: stores 



sales. S 24, 27 :4 ; i 
cepted by Govt, 8 3 



-J, 20:3 

N. Y. State— Women's clubs and consum- 
s will help War Dept retail 



disposal of Mayors to aid distribu- 
tion : telegram from War Dept an- 
nouncing arrnnjrementB for snie. Ag 7. 
lO:.*): Stale supply held up: Gov Smith 



Newark— City Comm voles temporary 
bond Issue to buy them. Jl 22. 22:2; 
snles. Ag I. 2:4: Ab 2. 2:5: Ag 3, 3:7; 
Ae 4, 2:4: Ag 5 17:R; O G. Tyrrell 
offers Mayor OiUen wndicate's food 
hnldinits at less than Ciovt prices, Ag 
10. 3:2: sales will continue, Mayor 
will regulate prices. 



21, .1 fi 



Offer of War Dept to Municipalities— Jl 



9-4: Jl 1 



: Jl 21 



n:2 



.. . -Sele. Ag 17. 3:3 
rvlce Distribution— Sec Baker 
s method for quick disposal di- 
rect lo consumers thmugh Post Office 
Dept, Jl 31. l:fl: War Dept will begin 
■ale through parcel post Aug. 18, Ag 3, 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jvfy^ept^ 191t. 



S pounds, A« 8, 9:4: PoiUnaaler 



. n full aliow- 
. Ak IT. 3:3; 
S M. 28:2 



Poultry Sales— Kepra of Master Be 
"--'----' '---c or N Y C pledge 
^.v=.=uu.. ... Kushing sale, S IB. 28 

Prlee»^War Dept Ibsubh 



'" " .le.'s'ie. 1 

— _,,t iBSUeH price list: que 

taUons are lower than prevallln 
Ag 0. 3:1: Sec Balier 



Statistics on present supply, Jl 1 
Bm also Sugar— Army Supplies 
koitrtk, see Qennan Austria, beloi 



estaurantB, Jl 27. II, ■ 



B will be Inatalled in 



officer appointed 



-.1 U. S. Staff tt, 

terferenoe with relief work, Jl 3. 
U. S. food distribution centre at Ct 
hagen will be abolished. Jl 12. 3:3 



I Import! removed. 



Jl 12. 7:3: - ■- .- 

course in France arrives in Paris: ct 
will be given at Orlgnon, Jl 2T, 22:4 

C»Bnlag I ndBntrr— Conditions : 

workers In Industry describ 
Issued by l' ' ' 
Jl 26. 2i:&: 

matter in packing." Ag"ll,~8":2"~ 
Central Eaiope— H. HT Hoover i 



Mass 1 



scribed In bulletin 



. Chemistry I 



Hoover arrives at Prague: 
Cxech Cabinet on food contrui m v.Hnu-u 
Europe, Ag 12, 4:S: Amer Relief Admin- 
istration begins feeding Magyar children 
In Budapest. Ag 13. 16:4; Hoover leaves 
TtTarBaw for L«mberg. Ag 16. 5:2: H. 
Horgenthau tells of distress and starva- 
Uon. 3 le. 1T:S 

CbUe~E^port embargo declared, owing to 
R R congestion, Jl 23, 4:2 

CUna— Military (>ov of Honan charged 
with clearing $25,000,000 by selling rice to 
Japanese on ireteit of forwarding It to 
inhabltanU of PeMng. SB. 1:2 

Cold Storage, trt Cold Storage Warehouses 

CMeebaileTaUa — Hoover says harvest 
brought rellpf. but raw materials are 
urgently needed, Ag 25, 3:2: Amer Re- 
lief Administrator tells of work, plans 
addltlonol aid. Ag_28. 28:S 
See kino Central Europe, >ba*e 

Df^iTdrated Foods— Not popular with house- 
wives, who prefer more quickly prepared 
canned goods, say grocers. Jl 27. II. 7:6; 
Ir from Mrs A. Il Andrea on their worth 
when rightly prepared, Ag 16, 10:0 

Bngland — Amer speculators profit by Offi- 
cial blunders, prices go up, Jl 4, 11:2; 
prices still abnormal, with sugar and but- 
ter rare, but vegetables and meat fairly 
SlenUful. BaVB irfargery Wells, Jl 13, III, 
:1 : shortage of bread because of bakers' 
strike. Ag 4. 2:3: studies high cost of 
living: G. H. Roberts recommends wider 



bill BKBlnst them through (.. - 

second reading. Ag 13. 2:2; local cnniroi 
of prices wlU cut profits 3 2fl, 19:2; ra- 
tioning revived. 8 2T. 1:3; London food 
dlltrfbutlOD during ry atrlke placed under 



iPpllCB 



Ag 6, 



e control of Imports, i 



3 », 1 



strict rationing In London, S S.. 
Bee alas Profiteering— Bhigland 
Enropran Ne*ds— Amer Relief Administra- 
tion European Children's Relief will rat- 
tlnue work begun by Govt In feeding 
babies. Jl 14. 28:1: II L.. OutterKin tritt 
how Allies distributed food in Centnl 
Elurope, sent by Amer Relief Administra- 
tion, Jl in. 12:8: sending of suppUea from 
IT. S. can check spread of Btdaherbm. 
". A. Fllene, Jl 18, 3:4; Dr A. & 



Ses also Supreme Council of Supply and 



stuffs 

FlDland— Amer Relief Admlnlatration E 
pean Children's Fund aids 43,000 
-— ■- ■" ""1 

.noTW>„ ^.^j,^,.,.^ „, ,fc 

B of redurfng cost id 

living. Jl », 17:6; Cabinet Ish 
to reduce prices. Jl 10, 24:8 



_. : food measures, saya further 

control is advocated In some quarters. Jl 
IT, 3:8; Cabinet loses In Ctiamber otf 
Deputies on cost of living InterpellatloB: 
Food Minister Boret will resign. Jl M. 
1:3: Noulens will succeed Boret. will en- 
deavor to reduce cost of llvlns, Jl SO. 1:7; 
Noulens outlines to Chamber of Deputlta 
new economic policy; tells of measures to 
Increase supply of wheat and sugar. Jl 

23, 2:0; bread ration may l>e renewed 
because of possible shortage of wheat. Jl 

24, 1:4; Food Ministry denies that bnai 
card restrictions have been considered, Jl 

25, 6:1; demonstraUons usuaUy brine 
about lowering of prices without violence. 
Jl 28. 1:4; officials of Federated Tradef 
Union of Lie Havre forc« producers to 
reduce prices. Jl 29. 8:8: Oovt flxea prtcer 
for food and drinks, maximum profit al- 
lowed Is 16%, Ag J. 2 :6 ; Consumers' 
League formed to force Paris prfc:«< 



^- -, Ag 4. 
crisis in U. 



; W. Dura 






1 French. Ag «, 
, . .nistry reduces prices. Ag 9. 3:4; 
Ag 7. 8:4: W. Duranty tells bow 



Premier • 



Jrrcd by frsod. 



— -„ a Paris p 

; Paris food stores pillaged ti 
rioting between vendors and Price Vigi- 
lance Coms. Ag 13. 1:8; W. Duranty tdi 
how transportation delays raise prices. 
Bays Consumers' league finds them more 
baneful than profiteering, Ag 13. 2:2: ed. 
Montmartre consumers, Ag 13, 10:3; Govt 
Induces VlgHance Com to await results 
of posting normal prices, truce dedarod. 
Ag 14. 2:4; Amiens R R men ^aelxe fix^ 



Paris. Ag 16, 3:3; dealers and c . 

clash In southeastern provinces, Ag 19. 
4:6; citizens and housewives organise to 
combat prices. Ag 21. 3:0; consumen 

Slan to reduce retailers' big profits. A* 
t. 3:8; twice as many profiteers brougbt 
before courts this year: police requite 
retailers to display official rales promi- 
nently, Ag 23. 2:3: prices in Paria. As 
27. 10:2; delegates representing farroera 
of centriil and western parts In coofei^ 
ence at Biois denounce laws for fixing 
prices. S 0, 1T;G; Mrs Wliltney. in chargt 
of Paris com of Food for France t^ind. 
describes needs of French people, S 7. 
II. 2:3; W. Duranty says Paris Uatfn In- 
vites readers to propose methods for 
lowering living cost, S 9. 7:4;, Consumerr 
League cuts Paris prlcea, S 18, 4;S 



Jtdv-Sept, laia. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



FOODSTrFFS (continued):— 
0«rmiui AnstrtB— ProvincJaJ decrees of ex- 
puUioQ of dty vlsltora because of tear for 
Wintar supply, S 2, 15:2; Vienna fears 
famine as capital Ib cut off from food 
by pravinclal resions, S 15, 15:2 

Amerlcana of Qerman Descent— Hold mass 
meetlnE In N Y to organise to send 
'■ '3 atarvine people, Jl 2*, I0;3. ed, 

IV*"" 

Berlin— Riots, B 19, 1T:2: TS.OOO food re- 
tailers close shops in demonstraUon 
aKolnst proposed munlclpalliation of 
Bupplles, S 20, 4:3 

Bielefeld. Westphalia seeks loan of |I.- 
000,000 rram U. S. to buy supplies, S 



HoardinK— Prince Pried rich Leopold 
stored aupplles In his castle. Ag 21, 
28:3 

Leslslatlon— Democratic Party in Con- 
stituent Assembli' Introduces bill pro- 



viding for modln 



12:1 



ise knouts to suppress 
ts, Jl 21, 2:* 

_i— High prices incense workers who 

strike and riot In many cities, Jl 1. 
8:2; big decUne reported when food 
traffickers try to get rid of hidden 
supplies Id view of Impending raising 
of blockade, Jl 13. 2:4; lifting of block- 
ade causes unloading of Illicit stocks, 
Berlin prices tall. Jl IT, 3:3: S3, 21:3: 
food reported cheap In Hamburg, S 
30, 24:4 

Quaker Food Com tor distribution of food 
to Children will be Joined by Jane Ad- 
dama, Jl 3, 3:3 

6&xony— Riots, As 10. 1:S; Ag 11. 3:fl: 
misery depicted In Die Frelhelt. which 
tells of nead of supplies from the U. S., 
8 22. 16:7 

Scandinavian unions will lend money to 
workmen for purchases, S 2H. 11 :2 

Shortase la caUBlng anxiety. S 26, lS:fl 

U. S. Army doses sale of surplus food 
aupplles, says B. I^ James, Ag IG, 

Weatphalla— Riots. Jl & 7:2 

OaTt Oontrol, tee also Grain Corp 

On>l> Corporatlsn, see Grain Corporation 

Baaidlac— Federal officers seize coffee in 

St. Louis; allege hoarding for J. Aran A 

Co, Ak 15. 2:6; Aron A Co deny hoarding, 

Agr 18, r -- --' '- "-' ■ 

U. S. * 

Federal agent seizes butter and eggs lii 
Scranton, Penn,, Ag 19, 4:6: sugar board 
aelied In Boston, Ag 20, 2A:2: Boston 
Grand Jury acts against 6 Individuals and 
8 corporations, Ag 26. 13:4; Ir from C. C. 
Ulller on seliures, Ag 27, 10:6: Trade 
Comm accuses canned food Industry of 
hoarding, Ag 27, 16:2; stopped by Govt 
campaign. Ag 29, 11 :1 

ae« alio Cold Storage Warehouses; Food- 
stuff s-Prices—N T C— Profiteering and 
Hoarding 
Honitarr- Relief messures will be enforced 
by Allies. Jl 4. a:r " - 



. in I 



...._ of Peace Conference, 
people that Govt of Bel a 
"■"' ■-—--- getting food or 



ells 



Hungariar 

plies. Jl 28. i:7:"H; HSove- _ _, 

piles on way to Budapest following 
■elzure by Rumanians. Ag S. 3:1: Ru- 
manians promise they will stop requlsl- 
tlonlng supplies. Ag 16, 4:6; situation Is 
Improving; Rumanians co-operate to es- 
tablish transportation to supply Buda- 



FOODSTUFFS:— Hangarr (Continued)— 
pest with food. Ag 20. 17:1; H. C. Hoove 
- ■ Rumanians are stilt re 



e Conference to keep a _. ., 

quisitlons. Ag 25, 3:5; R. M. Haan will 
go to Hungary as repr of Amer Relief 
Comm for Hungarian Sufferers to organ- 
ise relief for children, 8 18, 12:7: Amer 
Relief Com for Suffering Hungarians will 
meet In N Y C to plan {1,000.000 drive. S 
28, II, 1 :2 
Italr— Rioters In Florll selie supplies and 
sell them with co-operation of municipal- 



-Jt of 11' 

living occur In Florence, 

-"■3r places: troops shoot _. _. „ 

; riots grow In north; bloodshed In 



oclalmed In Romagna d 

THlnst high cost oi 

— "^logna. and 



other places; troops shoot at Imola. Jl 0, 
IS grow In north; bloodshed In 

wTiere Chaml>er of I.abor fixes 

prices and assumes control. Soviets es- 
tablished in many places In Tuscany and 
the Romagna: statement by Sen Ferraris, 
Jl 6. 4:1; shopkeepers in several cities cut 
prices to check rioting; many persons 
killed; outbreak renewed in Florence, Jl 
T. 15:1: food strike declared in Floreuce, 
troops are In control: demonstrailons In 
other cities; Rome offldals cut prices, 
Jl 8. 6:2; King Victor Emmanuel decrees 
that profiteers shall be fined heavily; 



lory cut In prices : Govt plans food 

turchases, Jl 9. 17:3: situation Improves 
1 most cities, Jl 10. 3:7; A. West tells of 



situation Improves 

,. _:7; A. West tf 

9 being tooted; thousands of a 

In Milan ; tons of merchandise recovered, 
rioters at Naples wreck a train, military 
law proclaimed at Taranto. Jl 11, 4:2: 
Rome ChamtMr of Labor calls off general 
strike after receiving guarantees of cut 
In prices. Jl 11. 4:5; Oovt is trying to 
work out price control plan. Jl 13. 9:8; 
50,000 citizens organized In Florence to 
prevent disorders and ransacking of 
shops, Jl 19. 1 :2 ; Amer shipment of G.000,- 
000 eggs spoil In Genoa, owing to lalwr 
troubles, Jl 28. 16:2; ed. Jl 20, 8:6; coun- 
try forced to have card system for food 
purchasing, Amer Free Milk and Relief 
for Ilaly hears, Ag 31, n, 3:3; CaruBO 
tells of peasants' looting his rilla, 8 4, 



face starvation i 
18. 11:6 

I.lera Ben— Suggested In Ir from B. P. Har- 
ris, who says there Is too much competi- 
tion, Ag 27. 10:7 

Faland— fi.inO.OOO face famine, statement 



New Jersey, see 

N. J. 
Now York City, 



' Amer Jewish Relief ( 
le Cold Storage Warehouses- 
Army Supplies, abovet 



rk State, see Army Supplies. aboTe; 
e Cold Storage Warehouses— Ohio 



Agriculture Dept Investigation— See HouB> 
too BUbmlta estimates In Bouse for 
appropriation, Ag 16. 2:1 

Boston- Federal Grand Jury begins sugar 
Inquiry: other commodities to be eon- 
■Idered later. Ag' 10. 4:3; Federal 
agents seize sugar hoard, find produce 
cache. Ag 20, 26:2 

Chicago— Mayor Thompson demands ac- 
tion by Congress to reduce costs, Jl 
22. 17:3; Dist Atty's office will offer 

"■" 1 against profiteering grocers 

— — '-i Grand Jury, Ag 11, 



2:1: combined ettorta against proflt- 
eerinf show resulta In falUng nrlces, 
Ag IS. 2:1; A« 14, 2:2 ■ x «- 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtUySept^ 1»1». 



FOonSTtlPFS:— Fl 



_ (conUDUed);— 

Decline— Fear of lower wheat eauBBB 
seml-panlc at Chicago Exchanse ; com 

5 rices drop In selling stampede, Ag 8, 
:S; impending legislation and strike 
cause drop In prices of hogs and flour 
at Kansas City. Ag fl, 3:1; com- 
modities show sharp drop. S 5, 15 ;3; 
reports to Justice I3ept. Indicate reduc 
Uons In IS states, 8 IB, 17:7 

Editorial s—E^d, Food tacts first, on reso- 
lution introduced by Repr Fitzgerald 
to cut wheat pricea, Ag 2, 0:2; Profit- 
eers, Ag 18, 10:2; Appeal tor fair 
prices, Ag 12, 8:5; on Palmer's de- 
cision to advertise names of profiteers, 
Ag 16, 10:5; The falling cost of living, 
Ab M, 12:2; The woman buyer and 
the profiteer, Ag S5, 10:8; The shop- 
per's check upon prices, S 1, 8:6; ed 
on effects of fair price lists, S 3 12:,1; 
ed on prvfiteerlng and publicity, S 
9, lfl:4; ed on fair price lista. S 9. 
18 ;B; The housewives' brigade. S 13, 
10:3 

See Klao Cost of Uvlng—Edltorlals 

Effect on Health— Chart prepared by 
NYC Health Dept, Jl 27, IV, 1:1; 
report of Children's Bur says 6 mil- 
lion are underfed. Ag 4, 2:8 

Fair Price CampalKti, see Justice Dept 
Action, and NYC, brfow 

Farmer's Apologia— 1-r from H. Raver 
tells why blackberries and maple 
sugar cost more, Ag 22 10:8 

OovemorB' Campaign, see Cost of Living 
— Oovemors' Campaign 

House of Reprs Actlon-^lcpr Igoe drafts 

■--•Jon for Inquiry Into prices of 

and coffee, Jl 31, 2:6; Hepr 



" rewJution' for inquiry rnto'prit 
sugar and coffee, Jl 31, 2 :6 ; 
FItigerald Introduces resolutli 



Madden 



■Id market 
i; statement by Hepr 
proposes H.ftO ■ ■ - 



.I'embargo on foodstuffs. Ag 

2:1; Com will ' -- '-~' •-—'—• 

to give Prei 



food legislation 

„ . . ^„ 1 and Palmer 

to check profiteering, Ag 25, 



accepted, Ag 10, 3:1 _ _, _,„ 

Indlajia — Farmers' representatives will 
meet In Washington to dlscusH Plans 
for reducing living costs, Ag 10. 3:1 
Justice Dept-AcUon-Teit of telegram 
issued by Palmer ordering U. S. Dlst 
Attys to proceed against hoarders and 
pronteera; Palmer's statement, Ag 7, 
1 -2 force of secret Investtgators 
throughout U. S. se«itH for evidence 
of profiteering. Ag 10, 3:1; Palmer 
acts to have fair prices to consumers 
detennlned and to ascertain what part 
of costs are due to excess profits; 
telegram to food administrators, Ag 
11, 1:8; State administrators promise 
Palmer support in fair price cam- 
paign. Ag 12. 1:2; ed on appeal for 
fair prices, Ag 12, 8:9; Palmer tells 
Sen Agricultural Com that new legis- 
lation is needed to make fight against 
profiteers effecUve, Ag ID, 1:8; Pal- 
mer issues further InBtrucUons to 
DtBt Attys. says II cents a pound la 
fair price for sugar; Gov Smith ap- 
peals to Palmer for aid In lowering 
milk prices. Ag 15, 2:B; ed on Palm- 
er's decision to advertise names of 
profiteers, Ag IS, 10:5; scliures by 
Federal agents reported In various 
parts of U. S.. Ag 17. 1 :4 : 3:4; Palmer 
orders sale of hoarded food, drop in 

E rices expected, Ag 18, J4:4; Asst 
list Atty Barnes says food dealers 
who refuse to sell will be prosecuted, 
Ag 23, 1:8; warning Issued to retall- 






1 Meat Trade— Prosecution c 



L'FFB:— Trices (continued > :— 

Maryland — Gov Harrington plana food Id- 
vestlgatlon to be followed t>y crlndnsl 
prosecution of profiteers, Jt 28. tX: 
Atty Gen Ritchie wiU enforce St^dsr 
cold storage provision, movement to 
prosecute profiteers and hoarders be- 
gins. Ag 3. 2:2 
Massachusetts— Comm appointed by Gm 
CooUdge starts Inquiry. Ag X, 2:4; Ag 
3, 2:2 
Meat, see Meat Trade 
Michigan— Atty Oen Orosbedc pi«saea Id- 

vestlgatlon, Ag 1, 2:7 
8ee Blse Cost of Living— Ulchlgiui 
Nebraska, see Cost of Living- Nebra^a 
New Kngland— Farm and Food Founda- 
tion organizes to reduce living costi 
by better distribution of food prodoct^ 



m Cost of LJvlng— New 



Ag 1.. _ _ 

New Hampshire, i 

Hampshire 
New Jersey— Federal Grand Jury may in- 
dict commission merchants for pnrflt- 
eerlng, Ag 12, B:B; U. S. Atty Bodbw 
appoints price-fixing comznltteea; Fed- 
eral and SUte officials begin cam- 
palgn against profiteers, Ag 14, 1:3 
New York City:— 

Co-Operative Stores— Bowman hotels 
establish cut-price stores for oit- 
ployes, Ag 22, 4:8; 

Audubon Community Council beclns 
selling food from farmer direct tn 
consumer, with big saving; plan for 
establishment of retail co-operative 
store, Ag 24, 4:3; McAlpln and other 
hotels open cut-price stores, S II. 
Ill, 8:4 
Decline- A. "WTlllama comments oo 

slight drop In prices, S S7, 18:1 
Erstein. L. A Brother, Inc.— Buy gro- 
ceries at wholesale and sell to era- 
ployes at cost. S 3. 28:1 
Fair Price Campalg 

WiUiamB predicts I 

hope in moral effect on dealers when 
lists appear, Ag 11, 2:1: Com named 
by Williams to meet and fix retail 
prices T profit margins recommoni- 
ed temporarily, Ag 13. 1 :7 ; Pair 
Price Com meets. Ag 18. S:l: WIB- 
lamn aays Palmer will attend Com 
meeting. Ag 17, 3:1: Palmer will re- 
ceive reports of In ve.'!tl gallons, Ag 
18. 14:4: Palmer arrives to confer 
with Pair Price Com. outlines plant 
to end proflteerliig, Ag 19. 4:2: Will- 
iams announces progresB, Ag 20. 1«:I: 
Repr Slegcl thinks Com can do little 
to lower prices, Ag 21. ,1:4: Com 
plans campaign t< ' ' ' 



,. _ .-it goueing. Ag 23. 1 -fl: ^lllami 
will seek co-operation of retail butt4i- 
ers tn effort to reduce raent and fish 
prices, Ag 24, 1 :3 : ed. The woman 

•- and the profiteer. Ag 25. 10:«: 

- — Tilie to help Federal Ad- 
Ag 26, 1:1: Wllllami 
ines la sei lower price for flour In 
bulk, com confers with Master Bak- 
ers on bread prices, Ag 27. 15:1: 
Williams' statement, after confer«>c* 
with butchers, Ag 28. 1:3: Whole- 
operate by setting profit » -eli": 

tottering. Ag 20. 11:1: Ag M. 1:1: 
Williams Is well pleased with re- 
ports. S 1. 10:1; Williams says price 
war Is won. S 3. 4:2; public co-op- 
eratton to regulate prices urged, S 4. 
17:9: Williams confers with reprs of 
wholesale egg. butter, and cheese 
dealers, who predict lower prices; 
coffee sub-corn will be formed. S S, 



15:3; 



VllHar 



r Price lists S 6. 



. (iealei_ _. . 

at luncheon to 
!s prices fall- 
Bub-coni plans 



Jviy-Sept, 1»1». THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



by BhopperB. S 11. 10:2; ed, The 
iwlves- brlEBde, S 13. 10:3; work 
im aiscusaed by J. W. Haning- 



mnrketa at nletit to study distribu- 
tion methods. S 22, 19:2: Ir (rom A. 
Williams saya csmpalEn ta wlnnltiK 
through CO -opera tion.__S "' -" — -^ 



Fair Price IJstB— Publication of llata 
start. Ae 18, U:4; WUllama slvea out 
lists of fair prices to retail dealers 
and consumers. Ae 23. 2:2: Williams 
publishes llHt ahowlnK pricea of 3 
concema operatlne chain alorea are 
aometlmea lower than fair price Hats, 
Ab 24. 1:3: Wllllama saya house- 

vantase. Ag 28, 1 :1 : grocery Hat. Ae 
28. 13:3; N. Y. S Assoc of Unltefl 
Master Butchers will laaue liata twice 
a week. Ag 28. 1:3; issued for meats 
and groceries. Ag 30. 3:4; ed. The 
shopper's check upon prices. S 1, 6:5: 
list. S S. 4:3: ed of effects. S 3, 12:5; 
S 8. 1S:2; 8 9. 1:2: ed, S S. 18:5: 
lists. S 13, 11:2; S 14. III. S:l; 8 16. 
8:2: S 20, 8:2; 8 23. 24:3: 8 27, 18:2; 
S 30. 2&:2 
Health Bd Action— Dr Copeland ready 
to help by using Health Bd's police 
power In food situation. Ag \Ti. 2:.^; 
Copeland warns ilealerH, Ag 16. 3:2: 
Report of Invealieatlon of milk 
prices HUbmltted to Pair Price Com 
by Dr Copeland. who sees need for 



:Uon Tour— Made by women un- 
leadershlp of Mrs J. L. Ljildlaw, 
tudy distribution problems. 8 24, 



FOODaiCFFB:— FrlMSt— New Tofk Clt7:— 
Statistics (conUnue'd)— 

15 :4 ; ed, Ag 9, 8:8: cl ty Stands 
fourth In cost at living report of 91 
cllles compiled by Labor Statistica 
Bur, S 21, IB:] 
New York State— Gov Smith appoints M. 
H. Glynn and J. H. Plnley to conduct 
Inquirj', may call legislature lo act on 
developments. Ag T, 13:5: Former 
Federal Pood Administrator Treman 
will act to prevent profiteering. Ag 11. 
2:1; Reconatructlon Com sutanlts de- 
tailed report to Gov Smith, urging 
broad l:iws for food control. Ag l£ 
3:1; Gov Smith delegates powers of 
Inquiry and recommendation to J. P. 
I'inlcy and M. H. Glynn. Reconatruc- 
" urges more power for food 



■of I leering and 
Igents wTll aelz< 



Hoardinj 



irding — Govt 



create higher prlcee; profiteers 
will be prosecuted criminally, Ag M. 
0:3: Admlnlatralor Wllllnma begins 
war on protileera In compliance with 
directions from Palmer; hoarding 
and overcharges on sugar will be 
watched. Ag 12. 3:3: Mayor Hyian. 
In Ir to Police Comr Enrlght. onlera 
police lo report eases of profiteer- 
ing: Williams watches for sugar 
profiteers, Ag 14. 2 ;3_:_ Federal agenta 



1 Wea 



aide. 



"Wm 



_, ..ork. Ag IT. 3:1: 

plans foi* court and military Inquiry. 
Ab 19. 4:2: Mayor Hylan makea pub- 
lic Fire Comr Drennan*a report on 
results of search; huge quantities of 
food kept off market; Justice Depi 
will prosecute dealers who won't sell. 
\g 2;!. 1 :8 Williams says hoarders 
-te releasing stocks. Ag 24. 1:3; 
nllcd tlugar Co agrees to refund 
excess profit when mimuger admits 
overcharge, Ag 31. 15:3: Williams 
declares gouging la over, prices will 
come down. S 2, 5:2: Williams prom- 
ises exposure of goueers, S 8. 22:2; 
ed on publicity. 8 9. 18:4; Cotnr Day 
finds wholesale dealers buy army 
foods, then resell at big profit, 8 10. 
19:4; J. W. Harringt'in discusses 
work of Fair Price Com. says curb- 
ing prorileer Is buyir's Job. S 14, III. 

Statlsllca—Flgurea compiled by Bur of 
lAbor Statistics compares present 
costs with average for 1913. Ag 7, 



officials, in 2nd 1; --.,-, 

on food dialribuUon; recommends 
chanuRH In cnld Btoraee and weights 
Ag IS, 2:4; 



and measures 



lie 



t char 









profiteers. 



Smith. Gov 

ordering prosecution o( prodte 
following conference with Comr I __ 
ley and Glynn. Ag 14. 2:3: rise of 
food prices beats wage rise. State In- 
dustrial Com announces. Ag 23. 2:3; 
report submitted by Glynn and Fin- 
ley; recommendations for legislation. 
Ag 25. 1:5 

North Dakota— State buys flour mill, ar- 
ranges to build mills and elevators 
tn effort to aid In reducing costs. Ac 
10, 3:1 

Ohio — Authorities selxe meat, plan search 
of cold storage houses throughout 
State In plan to end profiteering. Ag 
7, 28:4; Hamilton County Grand Jury 
tdames Federal Bur of Markets In 
Cincinnati for profiteering, Ag 10, 8:1; 
Cal. fruit agent Indicted by Special 
County Grand Jury In Cleveland, 
charged with violation of Valentine 
anU-trust law. Ag 21, 3:9; Grand Jury 
Indicts Cleveland Butter &. Bgg Bd, 
charging violation of Valentine anti- 
trust law, Ag 22, 4:8; 4 Columbus bak- 
ing companies Indicted, charged with 
violating Valentine antl-truat law. Ag 
23, 2:1 

gee alaa Cold Storage Warehouses- 
Ohio; Cost of Living. Ohio 
Philadelphia- A tty Gen Palmer sees 
relief in Lever bill applied to retailers. 
Ag Ifl. 3:4 

Plttaburgh— 31 farmers arrested, charged 
with not marking food containers 
proijerly, Ag 10, 3;2 •- 

Prisons— Warden Leonard of Maryland 
Penitentiary says profiteers mulct 
prisons. Ag 13, 2:4 

San Francisco— Wholesale dealers an- 
nounce further reduction In price of 
flour, Ag 9, 2;6 

Senate Action— Atty Gen Palmer tells Sen 
Agriculture Com (hat new legislation 
Is needed lo make fight against profit- 
eers effective. Ag 15. 1 :8 

Speculation blamed for high prices by H. 



ed, Ag 9. 8:8; figures of 91 c 

pared in report of Labor StatlsUcs 
Bur, 8 21. 18:1 

Switzerland- Hotel keepers agree to raise 
prices 20 p c. S 26, 15:7 

8ee ■!■• Profiteering, below; Wheat- 
Prices, itnd names of countries used 
as subheads under Foodstuffs 



prices, says Dr J. M. V 

24. III. 1:8; 

Bee alaa Crops— U. 8. 



.y Google 



THE NEW YOHK TIMES INDEX. Jut^«pU, 1919. 



FOODSTDFFa:— PrlfiM (oontlnued) :— 
Pn>nt*eTlnK— J. Mossew of BlnKbunton, N. 
Y., flrat tood urotlteer to suffer under 
Federal law, pays 1000 fine tor aelllns 
sugar at Increased price. Ak li, 1:8 
Baa also Prices, NYC, atmte; Fisb Tnist 
Kumanis— Letter by C. Clhodarlu on pres- 
ent food prices, Ag 31, III, 2:4 
RDasla-^Ules' Supreme CoudcII will not 
p«nnlt free Importation of food In bol- 
Bhevlst areas, Jl 17. 1 :5 ^ N T syndicate of 
bankers arranges $5,000,000 loan to AU- 
Russian Qovt for purchase of foodstuffs, 
J] 29. 1:2; tvo Amer ships arrive in Pet- 
rogT^ with supplies for Soviet Govt. Ag 
7, 7:2: peasants refuse to deliver grain 
to cities. Ag 12, S:3: crisis in Moscow 
causes discontent with Soviet Govt which 
may remove to Tula, Ag 14. 4:3; Sweden, 
in compliance with Entente Instruction, 
refuses to permit supplies to be dispatched 
to Petrograd. _Ak 27,^_8^^ Allj^Russlan 

tD*"'aj^y of'Y 
region, Ag 30, L.. 

Sbidbt, see Germany, aboTa 

BeliDTH, He Hoarding, absvej Cold Stor- 
age Warehouses 

Bopplr— Ed, Hunger and politic*. Jl 13, III, 

Ssprame OodbsH of SapplT ud Bdlet— 
H. C. Hoover retires as dictator of relief 
and suppUes, Jl 2, 19:3 

a wttserlsnd— Socialist Party demands con- 
fl«»UoD, Ac 4, 19:«i bread carda aAol- 
Ished. Ag 17, 17 :4 ; general shortage of 
live stock, meats, poultry and dalir prod- 

' ucts reported by O. A. Bell and T. 
Wri^t, Ag 10, 20:2 

Tuker--Sp art on bread profiteers. Jl 27, 

Waat«— Chicago Health Comr Bobertson 
says 2,000.000 pounds of eatable) shipped 
there In ISIB were spoiled, condemned and 
destroyed because of delays la handling, 
Ag 3. 3:5 

S» •!■• Bread; Crops: Begs; Ueat; MUk: 

rOOT Bases, see Sports— Running 

FOOTBAI.I., see Sports 

FORBES, WUllam H.— death, Jl 7, 13:4 

FOBD. A. n., •» Street Rys— Natl mactrlc 
Rys Comm. Jl 19 

FOBD, Edsel B.— testifies In father's Ubel 
suit VB Chicago Tribune, Jl 11, 28:1; pur- 
chases minority holdings In Ford Motor 
Co which give stock control to Ford family, 
Jl 12. 1:3: exemption from military service 
"" "" '3 B.bUBe of executive power, says Ben 



Jl 16, 1 ri 



19. 1:6: 



Bd, Jl 

Jl 22 



20, HI, 1:4 



Ford acabi 



c roBs-examlnation 



Libd Salt 

of Fold ends ; he wants Bible rowrlttMh 
admits lie reada with dlfflcultr. Jl >t> 
US :1 : Ford Bays he kept bla son out at 
war. Jl 24, 1:2: B. F. Clemett testifies 
that fiOO employes of Ford Motor Co wn 
suspected of pro-Qennaniam : alleged 
threat of Ford to withdraw deiMMlta U 



told of. Jl 23, 6:3; Blahop 
pears In defense of Vord, A 
KUngenamlth testll * 



Ford/S «. 4:1; 
estUles In defen. 



:A: F.T^ 



,. na Goldman with those c- 

Ford; Prof ihuinlni; argues on Chils- 
tlanlQr, Jl 31. 15:0; cmmsel for Ford en- 
deavors to oOaet actloQ of dtfeoaa In 
comparing Ford's vlewa with tboaa of 
Emma Goldman, As L 6:2; Rer I>r M 

aula tells origin of Ford world ftaf ; V\ 
efended by Prof Coker, Am i. 13:1; i 
nessea In rebuttal. As S, 12:3; erld&i 
in, Ag 6, 5:1; summing up and final a. 
Kuments, Ag T. 20:4; Ag 8. 18:<; As 9, 
16:3; Ag 13. 7:1; Ac 13. a:S: Ford award- 
ed 6c damagea and trUl covta, Ac U. 
1:3: ed. Ac 16, 6:2; Mich Uw proridea 
only ISO \a coata. Ax 16, 10:S 
Senatorial Campalgo-sen Sbernuii aara 
that In order to aMaAUA tact that daCeat 
was due to contempt ot_pec»l« at tOA 
over exemption ot aon Sdad. ha asdrad 
Bee Baker for copy of pmceedlnca and 
that request was retUM^ Jl 16. 2:$ 
FOBD, Prastau I.^-arre«t«a ob auqiloton of 
blackmail; aocuaad <a demandlnc $18,000 
on threat to kidnap Carl Hannsman. As 
Tl. 24:2: held In ball, Ag 23, 2:8: Ag % 



In father's 



Sherman, Jl 1,. 

draft, says his father. 31 18, 4:4; father 
accepts reaaonsibillty tor keeping him out 
of war. Jl 24, 1:2 
FORD, Edward K.— death. Jl 20, 9:2 
FOBD, FBUerten— death, Ag 0, 9:6 
POBD, Nlxola Greelar Smith— will, Jl 13, 

17:2 
FOBD, Haiel, »• Faulkner, J. C. 
rOBD, Benry:— 
Chicago Tribune Ubel Suit— G. 8. Ray- 
mond, author of editorial "Is Ford an 
Anarchist?" examined; defends nerwa- 
paper's Mexican policy and denies pro- 
German charge. Jl 1. 15:1; Copt J. M. 
Patterson testifies; denies charEea of 

Sro-Germanism. Jl 2, IT :2 : deposition of 
. W. Gerard on peace ship read Into 
record: T. BLnke riffpnds attnck by Chi- 
cago Trlbuhe: Col Reilly tells of army 
in Mexico, Jl 3, 8:2; Blaka tells of edi- 
torial. "Ford Is an Anarchist." Jl 8, 
9:3; counsel for Ford clashes with Blake, 
J] 0, 13:5; Col R. R. McCormlck says be 
approved editorial complained of. Jl 10, 
1B:7: Bdsel Ford testifies, Jl 11, 28:1; Jl 
12, 4:1; Ford testifies on his views on 
prepared tiefls, Ac, Bnd on writincj. of hia 
!nt, T. Delavigne. Jl IB, 17:6; 
; Jl 17. 1:3; ed, Jl 17, 12:5; ftir- 



llbid suit va. 
^;nLcago 'iTinune, Jl 11, 28 ;1 
Stock— EL B. Ford's purchase of minority 
holdings gives Ford family control of 
stoctt ; Govt experts estimate tax on trana- 
actlnn at (50,000.000. Jl 12. 1:3; Baatem 
Holdlnfr Co changes name and Increases 
caplWI stock. In certificate filed in Dela- 
ware, Jl IB, 20:3: control secured by H. 
and E. Ford. Couiens's holdings lart to 
be bought In, S 24, 20:6 
FOKDBAH CdIv— Ed on dosing of Bdvxil 
of Medicine Jl 17, 12:6; drive for fund to 
continue Medical School lags, Jl 20. 12-J: 
Ir by Bducator on suspension of Medical 
Corps and coming shortage of physldaiia. 
Jl 20, III. 2:7 



. .n Ways and Means Com n>llt o.. 

Uritf policy Jl 7, 28:2: attacks Prea Wn- 
~ ' ' ~ ' I, says he discriminates 
' T of foreigners. 



™,., ufl freigVit niLDD, b>,.,b 

against Americans in favo. ._ 

Jl 27. 8:2: attacks Pr^s Wilson, Ag 27. 3:3: 
believes Congress will be unable to repeal 



U. S,- 
Bur 
POBEION Buyers . see IntemaU Buyra^ 

FORKIGN Credit Cotp- Will be first accept- 
ance concern organised in I). B. to Increase 
European business, Ag 15, 1B:2; Incorpo- 
rated for financing uf exports; offlcen 
elected, Ag 18. 18:3 

FOREIGN Credit laterdimBac BnT~-Orgsn- 
lEcd by Natl Assoc of Credit Men. Jl 6, 

FOREIOM Exohaaga Benrse, see Bxdiange, 



FOBEIGN legion, see France— Annr 
FOREIGN Trade, see Commeree— B 
Trade 



Jvi^9pt, 1919. THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. 



WOMMIQH Xnde CoDTenttaB, 

Forelsn Trade Convention 
FOREST, W. F— wins Yorkshire bye-elec- 

Uon, S 20. 3 :2 
FOBSar Flroi— 
Prance — Reelons between Toulon and 

Cumei r&va«ed. 8 1, 10:3; S S, 1T:S 
N. T. B. CoDBervatlon Comr Pratt w»m« 
aportnnen In Ihe Adtrondacks, Ag IS. 5:S; 
ed. Ag 22, 10:8 
Bt&tistlcs, Jl 12. T:3 
Vancouver. B. C— Ry rails melted and 

bridge destroyed, S 30. 21 :2 
Western States— Michigan. Jl 2. 1T:2; Mon- 
tana and Idaho. Jl 18. 4:0: Jl le, 7:1; 
Michigan, Jl 25. 22:3: Montana and Idaho, 
Jl 27. 10:0: Ag 22, 3:5 
FORBBT1.B8 at Aner— Semi-annual conven- 
tion at Atlantic City, SB. 6:2 
FOBK8I8— Lumber-producing forests In East 
are nearly eihausted, say officials of Fed- 
eral Forest Service, Jl 20. II, 2:6: practice 
of forestry and conHervatlon of domeHtlc 
forests urged by Dept of Agriculture be- 
cause of decrease of Amer manufacture of 
newsprint, Ag 3. 10:3: Col H. S. Graves ad- 
vocates public control of private forests, S 
«. 8:3 
8m also Redwood Trees 
rOROEKIBBi— 
Delmas, D. M,, pardoned because of war 

record. Ag 10. 8:2 
Oennany— Forged DO-mark notes flood Ber- 
lin, Ag 18, 3:2 
Hammond, D.. Indicted. Ag 1. 1S:2 
Levy, D., arrested, Ag 24,_ II, l:r 

tenced. S 30. 16:1 
Mitchell, I. N., accused of passing torsed 

check. Ag 30, 10:2 
Walsh, J. J., arrested. S 21, 20:1 
Bm Blsa Hamilton, R. G.. Jr; Swindling 
OBMAN, MargBret-HKi art on uncensorad 



IntemaU POSTEB. All>«rt B.-deatt). Jl 2*. 8:1; wiU, 

S 14, 23:7 
F08XEB, (Hrs) CatAeiiDe— death. Jl 13. 22:4 
FOBTER. F. C— says Japan is Using drugs 

and vice to corrupt province of Shantung, 

FOSTER, H. H.— complains of meat packers 

as grocers. Ag 17. lit, 8:1 
FOSTER. Wlillam Z.— arrives In N T C to 

see Gompera and Steel Corp officials, Ag 



: M. Louden, sen- 



trts. 



VU, 2:2 



FOBMAN, _ 

German movies. Ag S«, lu, >._ 
FORMOSA— Seml-ndUtary and semi-civlI ad- 

tninl>tratt«ii will be Introduced, Jl 28. B:8 
FOBBTBB, Qastave A.— death, Jl 6. 20:4 
FORBTMANN, JBllBs, SM Allen Property 

Custodian— Woolen Mills 
FOBBTHAKM * Hafrman Co. see Allen 

Prc^erty Custodian— Woolen Mills; Passaic 

FOBT, <Mn) KlUabetli— death, Jl 21, 11:S 
FORT ntimrborw Katl Bank— Increases cap- 
ital. .11 B, 24:1 
FORT Delaware, scb Bomb-Loading Plant 
FOBT Fitt Mine, see Coal— Mines 
FOBT Fond Bi4^-SliIpplDg Bd announces 
' :> develop harbor and terminal tacil- 
t eastern end of L. I, : will relieve 
' 1 in N T C port and enable ves- 
sels to make trip from Plymouth within 
4 days r Pennsylvania R R to co-operate 
■n development, Jl 20. 28:2; R. Peters r— 



fue 



success: loolcs tor fas 



service between 



Comr Hulbert writes Shipping Bd, asking 
titat date be set for hearing on opposition 



r * I.l(bt Co— Pt dlvd, 

FOBTCNES. see Caddell. F. E. 

FOBTT- SECOND 8t Property A Mereluuits' 
Assoc, SM N T C-Street»-42d St 

FOBCMB, ■» American Forura Assoc 

F08D1CK, RayiBoad B.— goes to Europe to 
help organize League of Nations secre- 
tariat. Jl 3. 3:4 

F08B, (Admiral}- t>oolc on collapse of Ger- 
many quoted by J. Grande. Ag IS. 23:3 

FOBS, Eugene M— testifies before Natl Elec- 
tric Rys Comm. advocates Govt ownership 
of public utilities. Jl 2R. 1:4; will seek 
Democratic nomination for Gov of Mass 
on public ownership and 5c trolley fare 
platform. Ag 6. 8:7 

FOBTER, (Lady)— death, S 18, U:S 



.'vs: 



teals to Iro] 



iteel, and blast 



Ike, S li. 2:7: saj 



8 24, 3:1; assailed by Repr Kabr 
d:3; ed on hla views on syndicalism, B 24, 
12:5: correspondence with Gov Sproul on 
action of Penn State Police In strike riots 
at North Clalrton. S 26, 1:8; Repr Kahn 
cnnft-rs with Atcy Gen Palmer in effort to 
.,_. ._j,...j l^■ n. a.w, ^^ Inquiring 



Indicted, : 



cu, £1 ^, f.ii. ed. Inquiring 

_.. S 25, 14:4: has chajiged 

iiiB uiiiiu concerning radicalism, says J. 
Fltzpatricli. In testimony before Sen Com; 
says he la an Amer citizen; sketch of his 
life. S 28. 2:3. S; ed on his reference to men 
who interfered with strikers as " Cos- 
saeka." S 26, 12:5: statement on progress 
of strike. S 2T. 1:1: has changed his views 
on syndicalism, says S. Gompers, in testi- 
mony before Sen Com, 8 27, 3:2; telen-am 
to Sen Kenyon asking titat Sen Com hold 
InvestlgaUon in Plttsl>urgh; statement on 
progress of strike; telegram calling out 
Bethlehem men, S 28, 1:1, 2-. Repr Cooper 
continues attack, quoting Ir signed "Yours 
for the revoluUon,- S 28. 3;1; ed. 8 28. III. 
1:1; excerpts from book on trade unionism 
written In IfilS. showing radical tendencies 
S 29, 1:8; statement on progress of strike. 
S 29. 2:3; ed, fi 2B. 12 ;3; defended by 
Gompers. 8 20. 2:5: statement on progress 
of strike: correspondence with E. R. Grace 
on strike In Bethlehem Corp mills, S 30, 
2:1; ed on defense by Gompers. S 30, 18:2 



8:7 

FOULOIB, (Brig Oen) BcnJaK 
sp art. port. Ag 24. VII. 6:4 

FOWTAIITB for Horses, see Soc for Pre- 
vention of Cruelty to Animals 

FODBNIBR. FraBcols, ■<» France— Cabinet, 
Jl 22 

FOtJKTEEMTH ef jDly, see Baatlle Day 

FOURTH Alabama (8 8)— Launched, Jl 22, 
11:4 

FOURTH at Jnly— Call for prayers and 
IhaiiksgivinK by Order of Free Bona of 
Israel and Natl Security League, Jl 4, 
0:3; the new birth of freedom, ed, Jl 4, 
8:1: decreed holiday In Panama, Jl B, 7:3; 
celebration banned In Cork, irelaod, Jl 
S, 7:1; child set afire by firecracker dles^ 
Jl S. 7:4: celebrations. Jl C. pp B, S; offi- 
cers and enlisted men not allowed on 
streets of Brest because of recent riot* Jl 
5, 6:2; celebrated in Belgium. Jl «, 2:8: 
celebrations in Coblenz and Berlin. Jl 7, 
1B:6: celebration in Switzerland. Jl 7. 22:3 
Bee alma BolBlievlkl— U. fi.—N X C— Bomb 
Explosions 

FODBTH Btreet Natl Banli-^n 14, 10:4 

FOWIXR, H. K.— will retire as Amar man- 
ager of marine Insurance departments of 
various companlea, Jl 21, 16:3 

FOWLER, Jolui D.— Indictment for perJuiT 
growing out of suit against Dr J. R. Al- 
varez dismissed. Ag 2. 14 :2 

FOWLER, Lather F.— held on cbarge of at- 
tempted felonious assault and violation of 
Sullivan gun law. Jl 20. 21:2 

FOX. Henry— offers his servlcea to d'An- 
nunzlo In Flume. 8 27. 4:2 

FOX, Jobs, Jr.— death and carser. Jl *, 18^8: 
ed. Jl 13, VIII, 368:2 

FOX, (Mrs) Sadie A.— deatli. Jl 1S,,1>:« ■ 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JtilySepU, lilt. 



FBACE, Edward— denth, Jl IT. 13: 

port by Dr D. B. ArmBtrong, S 12. 18:0 
FRALEIOH, QMrKe— sentenced on charge of 

larceny. Ag 29. 24:S 
PKANCE, (V. B. Sen] Joiepti Irwln— tells 

Sen that e3pianB.ge law in belnc used by 

Wilson admin IitraUon In fight to ratify 

peace treaty, Jl 30, 2:1 
FKANOE:— 

AIllanCM, lee Defense Treaty, bikw 

Demobilization— Plans, Jl S. 7:4: Jl 26, 



Porelgn Volunteers — Organize, Ag 31. II. 

Jugoslavia. »( Flume 
Negroes, iipe N eBroes— French Soldiers 
Officers— W. Duranty tells how Gtn Joffre 
was ousted from supreme command by 
politicians and rival generals. Ag 23. 

Program— Plans recommended to Military 

Com of Sen. S 21. l :* 
Superior War C luncil—Marshal Foch will 

tie vice prcs: Is re|>orl, 5 17, 17:5 



o-ordlnallon : 3 branches planned 
■ ■ uses, S 28, IX, 4;l 
P. GibbB, Ag 17, IV, 

Bulgaria— 

II expected to remain in 

power, says W. Duranty, Jl 2. 6:2: Govt 
is upheld when Chamber of Deputies re- 
jects bill providing for raising of state of 
alege and suppression of rensorshlp, Jl 
10. 7:3: attack by l.e Matin quoted by 
W. Duranty. Jl 11, 15:6; loses in Deputies 
by H votes roliowing interpellations on 
high cost of living: Food Minister Boret 
nces resignation. Jl 10, 1:3: Clem- 

1 asks Deputies' bncfclng: J. B. B. 

■ J (J, succeed Boret. Jl 20. 

1 :7 : report that Lebrun. Minister of Lib- 
erated Regions, Is out and will '<^i suc- 
ceeded by Jonnarl who will mIro have 
portfolio of Minister of Industrial Recon- 



FR .1 N C E : — Cammerce .—Imports (con tinned)— 
Great Britain and busing more Id 
Oermany. S 17. 3 :3 
8ro bIso Embargoes— French 

American Defense Soc Indorses cooipac: 
with U. S.. Ag 11. 11:2; Amerkan 

peace deleKatior - - - 



Cabinet— CIt 



Btructlon held by Loucli 



lous 



, Jl 2 



1:7: den 



1 Is 



terpellatlon _.. „ ^ .. 

Fournler. Independent Socialist. Jl 22, 
5:2; Mr Clemencenu. cd. Jl 22, fi:*: Cham- 
ber of Deputies votes confidence in Ciem- 
enceau Cabinet. Jl 2t. 1:2; cd. Jl 24. 8:3: 
final vot>: majority. Jl 24. Vy.T: in- 
creased vote of confidence (civen on finan- 
cial measures. Jl 23. 1:3; measures to 
expedite construction of English Channel 
tunnel prenontcd by Minister of Public 
Works. Ag 1. ir,:7 
Censorsbln, see European War— News Cen- 
sorship—France 
Cities. »Mi France — Municipal loans 
Commrm— 
Exports— IJst of addldons to embargo be- 
cause of fond shortage and bad crop 
prospects, Jl 27, II. 7:2 
Germany— Renewal of trade relations on 
protective tariff basis Is being con- 
sidered. Jl 3. 3:2: German delegation 
at VersBllles Informed in Ir from 
Peace Conference that treaty ratifica- 
tion bv German V has been nccepted, 
and blockade will soon be rnl.iHt ; op- 
erations forbidden bv reRulallonB, Jl 
13^_l:n: article by W._ Duranty cites 

hlne-r 

._ _il of €_ _ 

by J Sfluerwein, Ar 2fl. 2:6 
Imports— Figures of loreliim trade for first 
n months of 1010. As 31, II. 7:7; 
Clementel advises In Chamber of Dep- 
uties leBscning lm[>orts from U. S. and 



Joyd George amwals ii 



cussed in House of Cor ^ _ 

adopts it after defense by Uoyd 
George. Jl 22, 2:7; passed by House of 
Lards, Jl 25. 1:7 

Duranty. W., statement Jl 1. 133 

Kditorials— Italy and alliances, Jl g. 13:4: 
The French Treaty, Jl 30. 8:1; Ita^ 
and France, Jl 31. 6:3 

I^toumelles de Constant (Bbtor) d*. dl*^ 
cusses them In speech to CouDcfl OD 
Foreign RelaUons, Jl 25, 1:8 

French Action— presented to Chamber ct 
Deputies by Clemenceaii, Jl 2. 13:4: 
action in making public sepamte trea- 
ties despite Pres Wilson's request to 



the 






li 



I tells ChambRr of Depatie 
that If British and Amer aid bail bees 
guaranteed in 1014 the war would ban 
. . —.«... discussed St 



Grastv. C. H.. statement. Jl 6, 11:3 

Intervention against Germaray' by C S. 
and England Is to be Interdefiaident 
Jl S. 3:3 

Italy— Exclusion resented. Jl B. 3:1: Italy 
will be forced Into alliance with Ger- 
many, Russia, and Japan, If not takn 
Into compact, according to slAtanent 
of Italian Bur of Information In N 
T C, Jl S. 8:4: Nlttl appesOs for 
Italian participation, Jl 80, 1:6: cd. 
Jl 31, 8:2 

Tardleu, A., dafends them In Chsmbo- tf 
DeputleB, S 3, 3:S 



Chicago Dally News differs aUgfatlr 
from Associated Press version of July 
2. Ag 5. 2:« 

U. S. Constitution— does not conflict wltb 
It, Is opinion of Sen Judldarr sub- 
com. Ag20. 1:2 

U. S. Ren Action— Franco-British com- 
pact is invalid until Fnuico-Amer cobi- 
pnct Is ratified. Jl 3, 13:4: oppomd by 
Pen Hitchcock. Jl 6. 13:1: Pres ■nm.i™ 

charged by Republicans with v 

treaty by withholding It asked In r 
lutlon by Sen Lodge to send It lo 
Sen. Jl 25. 1:8; Pres Wilson Intends 
to withhold text until speakinR toor 
ends: Sen Lodge will not press for 
BUbmlsBlon, Jl 26. 1:6; support aded 
by Amer Defence Soc, Jl 18, 23; 
Lodge and Brnndegee assailed tnr Sea > 
Williams for demand on Pres wnanB 
for submission of text Jl 20. 2:8; snb- 
mltt™ bv Pros Wilson; criticised bj 
Forelcn Relations Cora. Jl 30. 1: a, R: 
ed. Jl 30. 8:1; resolution by Walsh 
a^Iopted. asking Judiciary Com If then 
■re nny consUtutlonal obstacles to 
amendment. Ag 8, 0:3: discussed st 
conference between Pres Wilson and 
Foreign RelaUons Com. Ab 20. »:]; 
report by sub-com of JudlclBTT Com: 
no constitutional obstacles found. Ag 
2B, W:7: ed. Ag 27, 10:1; JudlcIarT 
Com holds that treaty Is constitutional. 

WilJu>n. '<F 



JiOu-Sept^ 1616. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



PKAKCB (continued) ;— 

l>epo««tio»»— Warrants lesued for Gen von 
Zoelne, who Is alleseil lo have ordered 
deportatlona In Ulle region, Ae IS. 1:2: 
evidence given against von Helnrich and 
von Zoelne. Ag 21. 2:5 

Diplomatic Servlee— Foreign OKIce la con- 
sidering P. E. DutBiila and A, C. de 
Fleurtau tor Ambussartor to Berlin. Jl 
22, n:l: Cadi Cherchell Taleb Mohammed 

a pointed envoy plenlpotenHary to the . 
ng at Hedjaz, Ag 24, 34 H 
Economle MIuIdb to V. S.— Will aall for 
N T on Oct S: headed by E. Schneider, 



FRANCE (continued):— 
Umlf, BelBtUm with— Amb Barrere. In 
speech on Baatlle Dav celebration In 
Rome, urees Franco- Italian accord, Jl 15, 



renewed. S 21, II, :,, .. 
I«bi>r, see Laboi^-France 
HaniB— L.r Iw T Stanton on French and 

Amer tnorafa, S 23, 18:8 
HuBlelpal Loans— ClUea mentioned aa pos- 

_.!..- . ,_ w " Ag 2, 11:3; big 

Sordeaui. Mar- 



Jl "24." IfliT: F^rllame _ 

begin Oct 12. Jl ZS. 1:1: campaign plans, 
Afs 3, 3:4: Clcmenceau urges ralltlcatlon 
or Peace TreaW belore fixing date, says 



Srovlding (or proportional repreflentsllon, 
20, 3:2 
BnropeaB Wai^-Chamber of Deputies re- 
jects bill providing for Immediate raising 



ratified 

-- . - Jty 

story of defense of Verdun, Ag Ifl. : 

dln>ute between Joffre and Oaillenl over 
defense of Verdun. Ag 21. 11 :1 : W, 
I>uranty tells how Joffre was ousted from 
supreme command by politicians and rival 
Generals. Ag 23. 3:1 
Fvast of National (Iratitnde held through- 
out country and Alsace- LiOrralne, As 5. 
17:2 

Credits— Baron de Neufllze tells of prob- 
lems of Fratico-Amer trade, at lunch- 
eon given by M. Casenave, Jl 17, 8:1; 
Chamber of Deputies approves pro- 
vlslona] credits covering period to Dec 
31. Jl 18, 15:7; ed on French credits 
In V. S., At 1. 10:3: no licensing 
necessary in T'. S., S 14. II. 9:3 
8ee bIbo Credit Natl: European War— 



_. ___ __. flnanclsi 

paradox. Jl 22. 23:3: K Kloti an- 

25, 15:7; U. S. establiahee new credit 
for $107,549,000. Jl 27, 8 :3 : ed, Financial 
psychology, Jl 28. 10:11; Minister Klotz 
concludes Brrangeinents wllh group of 
American bankers, headed by J. P. 
, Morgan A Co., for sale of Treasury 
bonds; statement by Morgan firm. Jl 
31. 1:2; f 100.000,000 loan negotiated 2 
years ago with Amer Foreign Se- 
curities Co will be paid today. Ag 1. 
1B;2: first offering of Trensury bills 
absorbed without sale cfFort. Ag 7. 
Zl:4: bill Introduced tor new 20-year 
bond Issue. Ag 2S. 15 :3 

Lottery with prizes to raise $6,000,000,000 
proposed in bill In Chamber of Depu- 
ties. Jl 3. 8:4 

Military CredUs— Socialists in Chamber of 
Deputies who voted In favor of them 
censured by Congress of Unified So- 
cialists In Paris, & ID, 14:2 

Spanish loan proposed by A. Lerroui. Ag 



War Debt~M. RIotz announces negotia- 
tions for co-operation with II. S. anil 
England to settle It. Jl 10. 3:3 

FlDBBcUl Mission to U. B.— Report that 
fnission will be sent to study eichange 
Btablllzatlan measures. S 18. 21 :2 

Food Hupplr, see Foodstuffs— France 

Oa venuneM, see Cabinet, above 

iBdostiiei — Restoration In Ulle region hatt- 
ed by lack of machlnerr, " '" ■- - - 

tlonallcatlon d -"-' "— 

Labor, 8 21. 1 



selllea and L^ons, Ag 13, '. 



U votes fol- 
.. _.. hlrti cost of 
„. . esign as Food Min- 
ister. Jl 10. 1:3; CUmenceau will ask 



amendment 



e t^OOO 



proposed In bill In Chamb« 
uties, Jl 5. 0:4 
Peace Treaty with (lertnany, •«« Euro- 
pean Wai^Peace Treaty with Oer- 



Deputles, Jl 24. 10:2 
Treaties, sn France— Defense Treaties 
Woman Suffrage, sb* Woman Suffrage-- 

Hee also European Wat^-Memorlals and 
Monuments— France ; Prat (Deputy) 
Matl'HoUdar. see Bastlle Day 
NBTy:— 

After- War Forces— Assignments, Jl 10, 
19:7; Minister of Marine tells Cham- 
ber ot Deputies that fleet Is necessaiy 
to assure French naval position, Ag 3, 



__ _ finishing 

ships started in 1915. which are called 
obsolete, 8 18, 15:1 

ssanls— Thrift. Ag 31. 11, 7:4 
land, KiiatloDS with— Agreemen 
'hereby 100,000 Poles will aid 1 
tructlon work In FrnncB. 3 19. ] 
pulatlon— ArUcle by Dr. Mnrtha 
n peril of depopulation, S 7 III. 4:1 






- Clen 



Deschanel 



mentioned. Jl 28. 2:7; S. Ijiusa 
Clares that Poincare will not run again, 
reports C. A. Selden. Ag 2, 7:6; PTes 
Poincare will not seek re-election; many 
mentioned as successors, Ag 31. 3:4 
Profiteering, sre Profiteering- France 
Kail ro lid B. ■«> Railroads— France 
BecoD lit ruction, see European War— Recon- 

Bl ruction- Franf e 
Relief Work, see European Wai^Rellet 
Work: Federation ot Amer Agencies tor 
Relief In France 
Shlpplnr— Plan to double prewar merchant 
tonnage. Jl 25. ].'i:7: employers at Brest 
and Havre combine against unions, Ag 1, 
17:4; general strike ties up commercial 
shipping, Jl 17, 6:4: plans made to double 

&'io""^n'lroduc'es blir^lntlng S388.0od.0o6 

tor reconstruction of commercial fleet, Ag 

8. 15:9 
BoclallstB, nee Socialists— France 
Htale ot Sleie. see European War, •bovo 
Hrria. see S-ria 
Tradlns witb Ibe Eaemy- Attr Oen finds 

no gTotmd for irosecullon of L. Ldustalot. 

rejects appeal of P. Ijcnolr from death 



r of L.-Ec(alr. 
Baling 1-^ - 



vill b 



L the e 



tried oi 
■ In I 



of French newspapers with German cap- 
ital. Ag 25, 24:3: Judet Indlr— ■ ■ 

publishes copy r' -"-■—• '- 



I ^eced Ir from ' 



THE NEW TORE TIUES INDEX. Julif-S*pt^ 131». 



FBAKCB:— TradUa with the Encmr (con- 
tinued}— 

JsKOw to von der L.ancken BtatInK that 



of judet for propaganda , . 

. could be obtained for a certain BUm, 
7, 9:3; death sentence of P. Lenoir 
luted ^•■ Pres Polncars to life •en- 
, Ag 29. B:3 
m tor I>«fen»i, ■» Defense Treftt- 



,.. 8.— Fr&nce. Relations with 

_. ... tirmj 8nnpUes> »• U' B.~Almy— 

Supplies _ 

Vital Statlstles, ■«• Vital Htatlatlo— Francs 
VRAMCK (a S)— Refitted, 
senger service, Jl 20, 13:1 

FRAMCUOHME. Hvctotw^gl 

of Amer aid In rebulldlns devastated re- 
Elons of France, S 2, 1B:8 

FBANCID jDMpb Otto, ArohdDke of Ads- 
trla— plan to place him on throne supported 
by Austrian court circles, says Count Kar- 
olyl, Ag 16, 4;4: Royalists In Hungary plan 
to mahB hltn king with tormer Emperor 
Charles a« regent a 20, 13 :e 

FRANCIS, David Bowland— says League of 
Nations la hope of Russia: urges speedy 
ratification of Peace Treaty: supports AU- 
RusBlan Govt of Kolchak. Ag 3. 1:2: urges 
ratification of Ljeague of Nations covenant 
In speech on Russian problem to Advertis- 
ing Club; asoalls r r natlonallEatlon, Ag 
14. 3:4: tribute bv Pres Wilson for work in 
Russia. S 2S. 1 :7 

FBANCI8, RatluehUil— lellB of < 
negro race In Virgin Islands. Ak > 

FRAKCIB, " "— "' --- ■ 



FBAMCK. Harry A— Intel 
In Germany observed on waiKing uiur. b|i 
art, JI fl, VII, 1:1; ed, JI 7. 12:4 

FRANCKE, (Dt) Pedro F.— death, Ag 21, 



PRAirCO-PriKBlaB Wai^Article from the 
Paris Le Temps, comparing France and 
Germany then and now, Jl 6, TV, 12:1; 
rapid resumption of trade relations fol- 
lowing It. Is example for expected trade 
rush to Central Powers, Jl 20, II, 2:B: re- 
construction of France after 18T0 discussed 
by Baron J. de Nvufllie, Jl 27, III, 5:1: 
B, Russell writes of Prince Bismarck and 
Bms dispatch, Ag 24, III, 2;6 

'TRANK. <Rev DrI Clare noe RUl— criticizes 
weakness of Conn laws covering marriage 
and bigamy: performed ceremony at Lane- 
Hercht marriage. S 20, 7:3 

PRANK, Danlrl Oordon—dlrected to pay 
wife (30 a week alimony pending trial of 



luit, Jl 20. 12:2 
pb-^eath. Jl 1\ 11:2 

Germany— Spa rtaclde Re- 



FRANH, J 
FRANKFORT, 

rBANKI.lN, Henjamln— llfe-Blzed portrait by 
A. Osnis win be Installed In Post Office 
Dept Jl 20, III. 3:2: portrait painted by 
Duplessls In 1778 purchased by Col M. 
Friedsam. S Ifl. 20:1; addrefls made at con- 
vention which adopted U. S. ConstUutlon 
and expresBlns doubts of entire approval 
cited In Ir, S 29. 12:7 

FRANKLIN. Brrnard— tr on the national 
backyard, Ag 31. III. 2:1 

rSANKLIN, (Mrs) Marl ha Uttlefleld— 
death. Jl 29. n:3 

ntANKUN. r. A. S.— aays Intemall Mer- 
cantile Marine Co will assist Shipping Bd 
In operation on proposed new 1,000-foot 
■hips; Is dubious on Ft Pond Bay project. 
Jl 2T, 1S:1: reviews passenger shipping con- 
ditions, Ag 11, 18;2: returns from Europe; 
urges private control of shipping, S 14. 7:1 : 
elected Chairman of Laws Com of U. S. 
Shipping Bd, 8 23. 12:1 



rBANKIJN-BOCII.IX>N. HiimT4 — atwf 
Fr^ich Chamber of Deputies to relect 
Peace Treaty with Germany ; ridicules peal- 
tion of France In League at Natlona, S fc 
2:2 

FBANBUN Blm« « C»-~BoDua. Ag IS, 
2S:2 

FRANKLIN TruBt Co— StateroentB. Jl 11. 
17:8; 8 24, 2(1:4 

YRASER, Idval— denounces BritiBh Govt ex- 
travagance. In article In the I>Blly MalL Ag 
S, 1T:T: says Armenia Is doomed if D. S. 
refuses mandate. Ag 26. 4 :5 : ed, Ag », 10:4 

.TRATBRNIZATION, see European Wai^ 



32:3: pledges s 



e Swindling 

ngb— indorses natl budget sys- 
I NaU Budget Com. Jl U. 



; appointed to N. Y. S t 



H. S. Cummin I 






betor 



rame> A. 



Ill, fnruar Ktu •( 
lUKgled into Sweoed by 
of WIed, Ag 11. 6:5; 



Investigating avli-_ 

Inquiry a smelling c — 

gry at criticisms, Ag 1, 11:1; calls altBi- 
tlon to sale of copper by U. S. Metal Sdl- 
Ing Co. In hearing before House sub-con 
Investigating aviation expenditures. Ag L 
S:2 

I'REDKKICK III. Bm»ror af Qrw^mmj— 
suppressed diary will \e pubUshed in Ger- 
many. Jl 21. 1:2: Bismarck caused sup- 
pression of diary In 1S88. Ag 4. 3 :4 

FHKIIEKICK, Prlnee of Uppe— appeals to 
German princes to aak Allies to try then 
Instead of the Kaiser. Jl 10. S:l 

FREDERICK Aagu 

Saxony— treasure a... 

airplane by Prince c. 

treasure from airplane was c 

Ag 12. 1 :4 
FREDERICK Leapold, Prlnec^Hiarded food 

supplies In castle in Qennaiiy, Ag 31, 28:3 
FREDERICK WlUiam, tamer CrowK rri>« 

Church— Hears Wlerlngen preacher on tat. 
•Render unto Caesar." Ag 19, B:4 

Escepe from Holland- Reported in Bru»- 
sels. Je 1. 1:2: denied by aide. Jl 2. I3:S; 
pressure from Holland causes htm to 
change plans, Jl 2, 1:0: made Uin to 
Polsdam, Is report. Jl 3, 13:2 

Family— Allowed by Dutch to visit wtf* 
and children In Prussia, Ag 13, 1:5; wife 
will live with him at Wlerengen, Ag 18, 
1:2; win see his wife and children. S l. 
10:4: wife and sons arrive In Holland. S 
8. 15:4: greels wife and children at Welr- 
InKen, S 9. 16:0; wife's visit regulated by 
Dulch, S 10. 15:4; wife and children re- 
turn to Germany. S 18. 17:7 

Gold Cigarette Cases— Failed to turn them 
..... ..., Beicjisbank, Jl 13. 2:1 



Dutch Govt 8 10, 1S:4 
Return to Gennany reported, B 19, 8:4 
Sp art by T. W. WiUlama, TlM CrownkaB 

Crown Prince, S 21, VII, p S 
Surrender to the Allies— Says "Allies ess 

only have my dead body, Jl 7, 144 
Wife wllL soon visit him and bMome reooB- 
clled, is report Jl U, 3:1 

FREE, Janes F.— death, Jl 3, UJ 

FBKE Milk tor Fraaee Fand— Pageant plan- 
ned at Huntington, JI 21, 12:irteUV ''^- 
Blue God, given at Rosemarr ~~ - ' 
estate of R. R. ConMIn, 8 % 

FREE Ports, see Hango; U. 8. rniiiniM 
BUIs-Free Ports 

FREE apeech, *(w BolshevlU— U. 8.— M T C 

FREEBOOTERS' BxohaBge, sH Now Totk 
Curb Assoc 

FRKEDHAN, (Dr) I«OB, aeo Barton Os- 
operatlve Sttulents' League 

FREEDOM— Laws outlined by Prea ^niMa 
in 4th of July address on board D 8 ■ 
George Washington, Jl S, tH 



JtdySwpU 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



« ot tils Bcaa— Pres Wilson, In San 

IHego, tella why It waa not thoug-ht noces- 
oary to define It at Peace Conference. S 
SO, 3:8; statement by Clemenceau In Cham- 
ber of DeDuUes, 8 ST, 2:8 

FBEEMAM, H«l en— career 
20, rV, 2:1 

FBBKMAN, Stanton 8.— appointed receiver 
for Seaboard Stepl & Mangan 
Bi^Ilcatlon of creditors. Ax U, 

FBBEMBT, M. D., km Armentlei __ 

rBEEB^ CbarlH I>nnc-^eath and career, 8 

> Railroads 

r. 8. Sen) John Bher- 

lolutlon for Inquiry 



1 the BtSKe. J1 



, 10:2 






coBta may be _ 

cuaed by Palmer of pleaalnB Oennany by 
attacka, alleged to have tried to prevent 
liquidation of enemy Insurance companies: 



Iv Investi^linB bd, .. „.. 

PRIARS— fl. M. Cohan resigns, Ab 13, 1:3: 
'-"--•■ ■ A. Spalding, S 29, 



Ag IS, 1:2; dlnr 



ililng Ole Hanson's 



11:3 
TRIDrBLT, Joel— It 

immlirrBtlon plan. S 3. 10:B: ed, S 8, 10;S 
FRIDIGER. LeDls-says N T C Police Dept 
'* organized and has apniled to A F of I. 
-1. — .-_. -.-tement denied by Mayor 
- ■ ■ - I 7, 2:7 

. ... .Sakera' Strike 

FBIKDMAN, (N T Aldsman) Jacob WlUlnm 
—record praised by Cltliens Union, S 30, 
10:1 



for charter: ™.,^. — ... — 
Hylan and Comr Enrlght, . 
PBIEDHAN. r 



FRIBDKER, Bertram P.— ir on Slleala, S 14, 
III, l:i 

FKIKIIBICH, see Frederick 

FBIEDRICH. Sfepben— Is Premier In Hun- 
garian Cabinet established by Archduke 
Joseph, Ag S, 3:1: was a workman In the 
,, o ._ „ a 3. g^yg removal of Peldll 



Minis' 



r welfare of Hui 



Oetiaany, S 1. 3:fl; returns Palmer's pro- 
German charge, defends Insurance stand In 
Sen veech, B 3, 17:1; Introduces bill for 
R R control through creation of Federal 
Transportation Bd, S IS. 22:3; assails In 
Sen In-es Wllsoa. peace ti-eaty and Leacue 
of Nations, 8 2B. 3:4; sd. 8 26, 12:3 
Bee aUa Palmer, (Atty Gen> A. H.— Inves- 
tigation of work as Allen Property Cus- 

PBENCH, (Mn) Blliabelh— presents 26th 
and 28th Inf with colors, S 10, 5:0 

FRENCH, (I^oTd) Jshn-^ubllshed report of 
statement that Irish majorlly favors Brit- 
ish rule la answered by E. de Valera. Jl 
8. 32:3; will receive money srant. Ag G, 
17:7: suppresses Irish Parliament. S 13. 
1:5: confers with IJoyd George on Irish 
question; will retain l,ord Lleutenantcy, 
says Xjondon Evening News, 8 2S, 1S:7 

1 of 



__ , -^ ... _:2: becomes Minister 

of War, Ag 1,\ U:4; Is Premier In new 
Cabinet formed by Archduke Joseph. Ag 
17, 6:1; holds on to power, A* 28. 3:2; re- 
models Cabinet In which he assumes post 
of Minister of the interior besides Pre- 
miership, Ag 29. 5:6; offers to resign as 
Premier. 8 2, 15:2; sends delegation to 
Bucharest to make offer of union of Hun- 
gary with Rumania, 8 10, 15:7 

FBIEDSAH, (Col) Hlebael-named a dlreo 
tor of Itosa Spang Foundation. Jl 22, 11:4 

FRIENDS, see Quakers 

FRIENDS of Freedom tar India— Orgmnlse 
to direct propagandlc war against Great 
Hrltjiln. Ag IB. 13:3 
m.^..—^ _. ._,.L ifre^ora— Maas meeting 



FRIENDS I .„ 

at Madison Sq Garden to hear de Valera; 
._ 1.1 — J 1 .-. . .. . j^ "ilera regrets 



Wilson hissed. Jl i: 



hissing of Wilson, j) 13, 5:5: Irs of protest, 

Jl 14. 10:4, 7; meeting of new branch; J. 

attacks Ulstermen, Jl 14, 15:0; 30 

_jen apply for membership to the 

nl. Rockaway Beach branch. Ag S, 



FRIMI.. Rndolpli— sued for dlvo 

20:6 

FRITZEM, (Bt Rev) Adolf-^eath, S S. 17:2 
FROHHAN, Charles . Inn— Taken over by 

" -^ -L«sky Corp. Jl 3, "- " 



decoration, Jl 0. 9:2 

PBENCH Aeademy—Clemenceau Academi- 
cian, ed. S 7. Ill, 1:4 

FBENGH-Amer Assoe tnr Mo steal fat-, 
Ehitlre company from Le Galele will tour 
U. B. under dlrecUon of H. Casadesus, Jl 
6, IV, 3:3 

FBBNCH Flag, see Soldiers' and Sailors' 
Riots 

FBBNCH Haroes lAfayetts Hemorlal Fond 
—Plan (or establishment of schools for sol- 
diers' orphans In France. England and 
America; French school houses fn Chateau 
de Chavanlac. Lafayette's birthplace: lllus- 
tratlons, sp art. Jl 20. VI. p 13: LJoyd 
George accepts honorary membership, Jl 
24, 8:7; Marshal Foch thanks fund tor gift 
to aid widows, Ag 3, 22:2 

FBENCH Joomalist*— N Y representatlvea 
entertained at luncheon by M. Knecht, Jl 



8:2; ed recalling speech 0. .... 

at dinner to E. de Goncouit. 8 7, IH. 1 :4 

PRBSH Air HoniH. >« Children's Aid Soc: 
N T Assoc for Improving the Condition of 
the Poor 

FRET, Frank— death because of his views 
as conscientious objector described by 
friend. S. I^ng, Jl 29, 3:6: killing upheld 



bile. Jl 2fl. 7:1; Lieut If. M. Stewart held. 
Jl 27. 3:4 

■"^nfT, see Citrus By-Product» LaboratofT 

FRY, AUnKI Braeks— Letter on tba dvtl WW. 

Ag 31, ni, 2:2 
FRY, Qeorge B.-estatS, Jl IS. 10:3 
FRY. Isaae-wlll. Jl 18. 27:2 
FRYATT. (Cant) Oharles— body brouftlt to 

Dover. Jl 8, 7 :1 : funeral parade In London 

and service at St Paul's Cathedral, Jl 9, 

17:3 
FBYBR, Thomas A., see Fothlus (0«q)— 

Bam Browne Belt 
PDCHS, (Hn> Anna Lonlse-dcath. A* S. 



tary and humanitarian reaaons. 8 IS, UiT 
FULLER, Charlee— death. Jl 20, 114 
FULLER. MelTln B., see Aeronautlca— U. S. 
—New York— Vineyard Haven 

FVLMER. (Lt Cfd), John I 

Jl 27, VII, 13:1 
FULTON Tmst Co ef If 1 
10. 23:3: S 21, IL 0'.S 

FUNSTON (Camp), see I. _. -^ ,. 

FCQUA, (CdI) Stephen O.— career, S 7, 21:1 
FUR Trade:- 
CnlliTtlng Agents— Will be appointed by 
Metropolitan Fur Bxchange, Inc., to act 
for monthly auctions. Jl S, n, 3:6 
European Business described aa promeraus 
by N. H. Bacon, who aaya forcdgn buyers 
show Inclination to make direct rurrhl tn» 
of Amer pelts. As 26, 20:S 
Foreign Agencies— will be eatabUsbed by 
Metropolitan Pur Eizdiang*, Inc,, Jl U, 
n, 7:4 
Japanese wHl raise toxea, As SI, n, T:6 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JuljfSepU, 1919. 



FVR Trftde (continued) :— 
liondon Fur Trade Aoooc fonned to L 

l^ondoci'ji le&derahlp as centre at tki 
Industry, Ag 10, II, 7;4 



.ictiiir 



Bermuda L.lne 
PVRNITtrBE— Old furniture sought by n 

InR-pLclure pcopl.-, Jl 27. III. 3 ::i 
VURST, 3. D.— tetlB how easy It Is to 

liquor In Mc. Jl 27. JI. 1:1 
PCRTH. Mo.i-»— death, S 17, 13:2 



BhUipl 



trlkp. . 



attitude 



rUTCRB. The, ■» Uoyd George— El ecUona 
FVAN8. Th*maa Prancli.— death, Ag 23, 7:7 
OABELL, WUIUm T.. ire North Penn Bank 
GABLKR, EmU-^eath. S 10, ].%:S 
OABRIEI.. Frsnk— writ of mandamus sousht 

against Gov Smith In connection with 

arrest. S 18, 25:5 

Ir to J. Devoy, editor, resents criticism 
l>aaed on Prince ot Walea's visit. S 3(1, 15:4 

GAOB, Lniian J,— indorses League of Na- 
tions. S 21. 3:3 

QALE, Dledrich Frederick Oroas— death. JI 



of protecting N T C Parks from abuses by 
people. Ag M. m. 10:1; statement on use 
of dynamlto to o|ipn flsBures In trees In 
N T C parks, Jl 15, 4:2 
OALI.AWAT. Charles— death. Jl 8. 11:4 
QALI.E008. (Dr) Salvadar — death and 



OALLI. Roilna— returns f 



6AI.I.IOAN, Peter 



F«nl- 



OALLO Enrcll<i>> Opera To— Opcnlnfr of The 

Mikiido prevfnti'd by atrlko of stngehand?" 
and musicians; prodiirtion was annctioned 
by Actors' Equity 



charges; Gnllow; 



neks on Burleson before 

l1 Com, S in, 14:8 chnrges ngalnnt 
will be lnvestlBnte<l by £ 



t\u GALV 



Metropollton Fur Bichange, Inc. Will hold 



1 of 



Mondays, JI 27, II, 7:2 
Russia—Places reatrlctlons on exparts, Ag 

8, IB:2 
Bt Louis Sales— Ptaas, Ag 24, U, T:4; «ales. 
S 10. 20:8; S 12, 24:7; S 14, 12:)!; S 14. 
II. 7:3; S Ifl. 26:1: 3 IB, 19:7: S 20, 18:7; 
S 22, 23:4 
Sales will be held twice weekly, B 7, II, 7:4 
Ft.« Wiirkem- Hrhool— Will be conducted un- 
der au apices of Retail Furriers' Assoc of 
N Y for parUy disabled soldiers, Ag 24, 
II, 7:4 
FURMAN, Virginia D. H.—eleCted Asst Sec 

of Columbia Trust Co, Jl 18, 7:2 
FURNALD, Walter O., see Swindling— Stock 



ddressea in Ameriba, "S ^"viU. !_,. 
ESTUN, Tenw—Struck by tropical 
i: sea wall saves city, S 15, 1:7 
IN. (M») Calbarlne H.— death, Jl £1. 

« Tei-Tork Produc- 



9:2 
CALVIN, Charles 

OAMBLE, Richard— death. Ag 27. 11:4 
G tMBI.INO^- 
CzechDslovakla— M. Praachek, Minister ol 
Agriculture, and M. StHbeny, Minister ot 
Rj'B. win large sum from defaultlM 
iMinker; reslen portfolios. S 17. 10:3 
Germany— Forbidden at Swlnegarde by 
Minister of the Interior. Ag 31. 8:6; Ber- 
lin resorts closed by Noske. S 14, 5:3 
Italian Govt raids resorls, Ag B. 5:3 
Nassau Co.. N. Y, S.— Nassau County As- 



1 Merrick I 



B in ha vim 



raided : 






brook, Ag 17. 11:1 
Bee al ■" ' ~ 

Had 
Vice 

GA.'WKCOCKH— One presented by Pres WD- 
Bon brings tSO.OOO at rooster sale In D«- 
mopolls, Ala, Ag 15, 3:4 
GAMDULFO. Jsiiepli— death, 3 22. 11:4 
GANNON, (Mm) Elliabeth— death. S 2«i, 13:t 
UANONG. Earl— death. Jl 14, 1S:4 
OAN8 8 » I-lne of N y-Sharea of R, Utrya 
Co of New Orleans In Allen Property Cus- 
todian's control, ordered sold at public auc- 
tion. Ag 14. 2:4 
OAKAGKH, see Real EsUte-N T C— Zonlni 

G.MtAMi, Fanl— Is Hungarian Minister of 
Justice, Ag 3, 1:1: refuses to partldpate in 
Hungarian Govt liecause It Is headed br 
Archduke Joseph, Ag 13. 15:4; will be Wn- 
later of Commerce In new Cabinet. Ag 21 

GARBAGE Disposal Flanls— Justice Man- 
ning upholds contract entered Into by dly 
with N Y Sanitary Utiltzatlon Co, Jl 24. 

truck drivers 



■cuKlng Bell- _. 

■Ktructlon. Jl 30. 15:4 

(Mrs) Elexlna Rlagald— death. 



„.,._ _i Italy. S 6. 0:2 

OALUA tSchsonar)— Sunk in collision with 

War Witch. Ag 8, 20:3 
OALLI-CIKCI, (Mme) Amellta — files 

amended bill In her suit for divorce, Ag 30, 

11:2 
O ALLIEN I, <Gen) Jooepb Simeon— dispute 

with Joffre over defenacs of Verdun bared 

by official Inquiry, Ag 21, 11:1 
OAI,LIERA. Duke of— escapes to Italy from 

Madrid, where King of Spain was hiB 

guardian. 5 12. 18:2 



' garden In Bryant Park. 



London. Jl 6, 5:4: resigns 
London DalU- News. S 11, L.. 
coming task of Earl Orey as f 

II. e., s 1' ■""■ 



i tbe 

E. Frank— discusses Chicago 
iHie iiuia. says vice and polltlca are fac- 
tors, Ag 3, IV. 1;] 

GARDNER, (Dr) Edward E.— arrested for 
violation of drug law, Jl 17, 18:4 

GARFIELD Mills. (M Passaic Woolen Hills 

GARFIELD Natl Rank— Statement Jl 10, 
24:0: S 20. p 17; quarterly dlvd. S 25l 22:« 

GARIBALI>I. (Gen) GlDSeppfi— goes to Paris. 
S 24. 1:3: sa"s seliure of Flume by d'An- 
nunzlo resulteil from hostility of Pres 
Wilson. S S5. 4.3: blames Allies for aeliure 
of I'hmie by d'Annunaio. S 26. 1:S; nys 
blockade of Italy will not deter nation from 
achieving ends, S 28. 2:3 

GARin.tLDI. (Gen> Fepplno— has not Joined 
■peditlQn of d'Annunilo to Flume. S ISi 



2:8 



B SportB— Tennis 



1 Pres Wllson^s speech on t 



living. Ag 9. 1:4 



/ttVnScpt. 1»1». THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



GABI^MD, (BUbvp) Tb« 



Christl&Dliatlon 



ore— death Ag 28. 11 A 



OABKEMT iDdQitrr— H. feadowsky dlacusses 
problems ol needle Industry, Jl 13, II. 7^3; 
i._.._^ „„j „..,j j3ea,gn„8' Mutual 

per cent Increase In 

„ „ r.^„eiitea to Cloak and 

Suit Mfra' Protective Absoc, Jl 14 M-3- 
reBBona given by mtr an to need of making 
early purchases, Ag 10, II. 7:3; labor 

elides of needle trade, Ag 17, II, 7:3: 
dies' Tailors and Alteration Workers" 
Union and ladles' Neckwear WorkerB' 
Union of intematl Garment and Internatl 
Ladles' Garment Workers' l;nlon formu- 
late demaodB. S 4, 4:3: fl.OOO ladles' tailors 
strike; A. Baroff, Sec of Intematl Ladles' 

""" 1 Workers' Union, sees early set- 

" "■ ' Warbelis- aenteneed 

-'-- r during liklyn 



I Jew*— GABY. KIbert Heurr 4i»ntlBn«d>— 

30, 8:3: advocates In speech to Amer Bar 
AsHOC resumption of Amer trade relations 
with Germany and Austria: favors ratifi- 
cation of ^neace treaty ! discusses labor 
Steel Corp will* recosnlie labor unions. S <t. 
1:«; Invited to attend Washlnitton- Indus- 
trial contfrence: Ir to subsidiary cos of U. 
a steel Corp telling why he won't deal 
with labor unions, S 18, 1 ;5, 8: assailed in 
Ir of steel union heads to Pres Wilson. S 19, 
1:7; reply by union officials to his Ir to 
Presldenu of subsidiary cos, S IB. 2:1; rc- 
^rt that Pres Wilson has sent B. " 






2:4: 

are winning strike. B 16, 2:2: bush- 
B demands, S 23. 13 :1 
IS Mutual Adjustment Bur of Cloth 

Garment Trades : Shirt Makers' 



aABBABBANT, Qamtl^-death, Jl 30, 1S:S 

OABBKTaoN, Austin Bruce— testifies on 

R R slCuaUon before House Com, defends 

Plumb plan, Ir, Ag 12. 16:7; Ag 13. 3:1 

OAKBKTT, Fntnk-^eath. Ag 23, T:7 

OABBETT, (Minister) John Work— arrives 

In NT C. Jl 23, 3:1: will not be returned 



celves Maltese 
ri'lcc for N Y 



._ __ ,___. S 30. 20:2 

OABBIBON (MbJ> Harrey 
crass at close of 30 yrs' 
Natl Guard. Ag 23. 8:7 

OABBISON, UiuUiir H.. see Brooklyn Rapid 
Transit Co 

CABTHWAITK (Sic) WUUam-Balls for Eu- 
rope with family: sees return to normal 
shipping under private management. Ag 
31, '1:3 

OARTZ, Hn A. F., tet Crane Co 

OABTZ, TIMor K., sec N Y Bur of Iiegal 



to . 



'ert 



Btrlhe. S 20, 1:9; accused by J. Fltipalrich 
of roJoeUng Pres Wilson's advice to con- 
fer on strike; refuses to comment. S 22 
1:5: 2:G: will not comment n" •t^w .it,..! 
tlon: congratulated by J. 
standing firm for closed 



shop, S 23. 2:7; 
icks strikers In ad- 
nce of Baptist M lu- 
lled by Qompers at 



. Confer 

18:2: ass 

;n Interstate Comi 

t R bill, S 2,-1, l:fl: „ 

t .Sen Com henrlng 



llzpatrlck's off^r to arbitrate, S 28. 1:8; 
penks at dinner tendered by Bnron Kondo: 
ees peril If steel strikers wfn; favors Shan- 
itig award to J.ipan, S 2(1. ]r>:8; ed on his 



HsmiHian— Gen Atlenby told li 

tfeglddo battle -' --- 

17. 17:2 



1 Me( 



' v?'i"* plans as engagement 



OART, ind.. •« Steel— Strike— Progress 
OA9 Rate ■— Present prices of natural and 
mnnutacturerj gas compared with those of 
1018. Jl 8, IV. 4:8: Chicago roles cut S 
III. Public Utilities Comm. Jl 26. 4:2 
Bee alas Con.TOlldated Gas Co: New York 
Mutual Gas Co 
OASES. AKphyxlBllDK and PaUonoDB-Value ; 
Btaternent by Ma] Gen SIbert. sp art. Jl 27. 
\II, 5:1; use of tear gas urged for use 
on rioters. suggestPd In Ir, Jl 31. g:6; 758 



Chemical Foundation— Text of Ir from Repr 
Moore to J. H. Choatc, Jr. nsklng further 
Inquiry Into operations. Jl 12. 3:6; replies 
to Moore. Jl 17. 17:4 

Investigation of Work as Allen Property 
Custodian— Sen C alder Introduces resolu- 
tion demanding Inquiry Into acts, Ag £3, 

Ubel Suit. B» Allen Property Custodian- 
Woolen Mills 

Typhoid Epidemic— Hamilton County resi- 
dents sue him for tl2S,000 damages as re- 
sult of epidemic. Ag 16, T :2 

Are alBD Alien Property Cuslodia; 



Hbcl. Ag 7. 7:1: wins suit, Ag 22. 
OABVIN. J. L.— deplores U. S. Sen 

on Peace Treaty, S 8, 3 :8 
OARY, Blbert H<mrT—^ 



thinks Peace Treaty should be rinlfl'-rl, ji 
23. 10:2; speaks at luncheon In honor of 
French Journalists In fiivor of nlliiinci' b<'- 
tween U. S. anil France. Jl 31. 8,M; rofus.s 
to comment on labor conditions in steel in- 
dustry, Ag 21. 1:4; declines to meet labor 
men. suggests that delegation submit case 
in writing, Ag 27. 2:«; steel strike pre- 
dicted. Ag 28. 2:5; stands firm for opin 
shop, refuses to meet union rcprs; Ir from 
Steel and Iron Workers* Com. and his re- 
ply. Ag 28, 17:2; ultimatum from Kxtru- 
tlve Com at steel workers threatens strike 
unless U. S. Steel Corp meets men within 
rUed time, Ag 2». 1 :7 : eds. Ag 29. 10 :1 : Ag 



AM<II.INE— Ger 



stble tor pnrle' 
1017. Bays A. 
GATKN8, rrtri 



• Brooklyn Union 



> Aeronautics— 



J. A. 



K., 



r Y Sen) 



I for GATKH, (Dr), Caleb F.— Dr. S. S. Wise op- 

:3 poJies lil» counseling keeping Turkish em- 

jbale pire whole, Jl 1.1, III, 2:7 

6ATKH, (Net) Gordon— death. Jl 18. 5:3 fu- 
neral plans. Jl 10. 0:7 
OATKS. WlUlum— tesfifles to House Rules 
Com on condlllons in Mexico, Jl 29, 1:B; 
Ag 2, 3:7: t.-llB S.-n Forelcn Relations that 
article in N Y Kvnnlng Post by D. Law- 
r.-nce conlaineil stcih^n letters slating that 
" -'"■■- '* ---' would submit evidence to 



V. S. Stiito Dcpt charging tl 
zn, S 13. 4:1 *" ^ '".row v^rran- 

OAVAGAN, JahD Alriandei^-death, Ag 23, 

GAVIGAN. Thamas P., see V. S.— Army— 

Regul-irs 
GAV, (r. a. Rrnt Kitward J.— Indorses 
I>:agiic of Niitlon 



Francis— will 

»t, Ak 13. 10:8 



>ra,^s' 14.''vil. 
shlngton Indus- 



H)gk 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. July-SitpU. 1919. 



10. IS 
OEARY, Hrri 



, *»• Skeel«,( Ura) B. 
_a J. — ed on hla attitude on 
, Ak *, 10:4 
(Ht*) Jane JboHm^-wIU, Jl 



F.^death. S 14. 22:3 
Anekland— deCendB Brftliih 

,.. ImmJrtB, tella Parliament reatiio- 

tlons cannot be wholly removed, Jl 8, It, 

oinl fl ahllllnss a ton, Jl 10. 30:1; justifies 
Govt Increase In price of coal In Btatement 
(o House of Commona, Jl Ifl, 1:3; ed, Jl 
la. 12:3;: ausa London DaUy Mall for libel. 
Jl 31, 4:3; Liondon Dally Mail apoloFlaea. 
Ak 1, 11:1: announce* that Govt la prepar- 
ing drastic leKlalation to deal with prof-' 
Iteerlng, Ar 7, 15:4; movea reading of prot- 
IteerlnB bill and tella of mfr who was 
ashamed of hla proflta, Ag 12, 1:2; says 
British unrest is due to food profiteers, 
puts bill against ithera through Commons on 
second reading, Ag 13, 2:2; promli 



Ag 18, ; 



, strike, 

'Ag 21. 3:2: speaks at Baalng- 




R-34, 



: officers of (ht 

1 make report to htm, Jl 17. T J: as- 

sumea title of Chief of the Royal Aalr 

Force. Ag. .1, II. 1:2 
Birthday Hon ore-Delayed llrt. Ag U, U:4 
Cartipr monument unveiled when be prea tt 

button at Balmoral. 8 T. 16:0 
Decorations— Awards baton of Fldd ICai^ 

ahal of British Army to Harsbsl Fodi. 

Jl 31, 4:2; gives Uoyd George Order ce 

Merit, Ag 7. 1:0; knlKhts Commaiider 

Hayes of the Olympic S 20. II ;4 
PerHhlng (Gen)— Entertaina him at gardcii 

party, Jl 17. 3:1: luncheon. Jl IB 1:4 
Polncare (Prea)— Invites him and wife to 



neglect of duty. Ag 10. II. 2:1 
OBUDBS. (Kill ■rie— sent to Yorkshire to 
aetUe coal mlnera' strike. Jl 22. 17:8: falls 
to move BtrikBra. Jl 23. 15:8; says Govt 
win protect navy men at Yorkahlre cpaX 
mine pumps Jl 24. 4:4: returns to London 
after having re-established pumping op- 
erations In Yorkshire mines, Jl 25, 3:2; 
sues tjondon Dally Mall for libel, Jl 31. 
4:3; London Daily Mall apologlica. Ag 1. 
11:1: wilt c--* '•" '-' *■'-'- "" ' 

workers strTker'fe zi^'a-i"" 

Bee also Ballroada— England— Strike 
OEDDEB, Pi ■ ■" " ■""'' 

Zionist Conn 

new unlv. S 20, 7:3 . , 

OEUNEY, (Mrs) 8ar»b Joaepb— death. Ag 

OBBR, William H,-^iamed director ot physi- 
cal tralDlng at Harvard Univ. Jl 19, 10:8 

QBEBS, Bdward " Pop "—Injured In col- 
lision, SB, 20:7 

GEM Safety Baser 
Co 



B Amer Safety Raior 



OBNERAL Amer Tank Car Corp— Gets order 
for 1,400 tank cara from Island OU and 
Transport Corp, Jl 20, 11 5:4 
OBNEBAI. BaUng Ce-Ff dlvd. S S, 18:1 
OENEBAI, Chemical Co— Com dlvd, Ag 1, 

OBNEBAL Clrar Co— Increases stock, Jl 8, 
27:1: com dlvd, Jl IS, 22:6; semi-annual re- 
port. Jl 31. 21:3; pt dlvd. Ag 12, 21:3: S 15. 
23:.'! 

GBNEKAI. Kdocallon lid— Appropriation 



South. S 2, 4:5; announces J. Kosfnwalds 
offer of 8 scholarahlpa to sptHl.iUy qualified 
negro medical students. S 1.'). 4:.'!; an- 
nounces donaUon from J, D. Rockefeller of 
(20,000.000 to aid medical scliools. S 27. I 5 
QENBKAI. Elertrlc Co.— Dlvd. Ag 30, 13:7 



GBNEKAI, Moll 

4. H:3: nrrtrr 



Tt. 8 n, 



7:2: 8 8 



ml- 



OENTZKE, (Ht* 



. e Shea. J. W. 

t National Geographic Soc 



honor ot 0-boat h 

fl, 8:3 
Wilson 



>. Ag S. 3:4; no. Ag 



Chang 



of fa 



•W.. Relations 

^weU r 



annual report, o o, xi :£, o "!*'■ ■^' iiuMnun 
Domestic Engineering Co, S 27, 17:2 

OENEBAI. PetrBleum Corp— Annual report, 
Ag 30. 12:8 

aBNKKAL Tire and Bubber Ce— Pf dlvd. S 
24. 28:3 

OBNBBAI.S, see U. S.—CongreBS— Bills— Of- 
ficers' Bank 

GBNKVA. arc League of Nations— TapKal 

OENICa— E:d, Too much geiiluB. S 21. 111. 1:5 

GBNOA. see Foodstuffs— Italy 



leaves Europe. Jl 1. 1:4: excbann nt 
messages with Wilson via the R-U: Jl 
10, 2^2; Jl 14, 5: 2:2 
ilEOBOE, farmer PrlDce of BbtbiIb:— enten 

Jesuit monastery. Jl 1. 15:2 
GEOHOE 1). Edmanda ((ChMiBar) :— Bonwd 

at sea; captain and 8 of crew plcJted op. 

Ag 27, B:3 
tJBOBUE H. ^aura <l 

Sun ShlpbulldlnE Co' 

Blver, Jl 13, II. 1 ;4 
UEOROE. W. ■),, see Street Rye— Natl ESec- 

tric Rys Comm 
OBOBGE Washlagtea Memerlal A ■sac. •■• 

Washington 
OBOBOETOWN Unlv:- Plans for SBtabUali- 

ment of School of Foreign Servli^e; J A 

Farrell tells of need, Ag 22. 1B:1 
GE OB O I A— House of Reprs tables resolo- 

tlon Inviting Sen Reed to address }oIn( ses- 
sion on League of Nations, Jl 3, 5:3 
aBPHART (MbJ) Frank C:— arrives In U S: 

will help raise funds tor Amer Jugoalai 

Relief. Jl 25. 8:3 
GEBAKII, Arthur:— arrested on charge tf 

Eand larceny: accused of Jewel theft fnm 
H. Alltn In 1617, Ag 21, 6:1: taken to 
Jail. Ag 22. 24 :0 

'""■"■■ ' — rs WataoB— views on Fori 
J In record ot Ford lltid aufi 
Tribune, Jl 3. S :2 ; r^cein 

of the Order of the Cron 

of Belgium. Jl 3. 28:2: articles on why U S 
should accept mandate tor Armenia. Jl 1 
IV, 8:1: speaks at luncheon to French 
Joumalista. praises League of Nations aad 
French treaty of defense with V. S.. Jl M, 
8:8: Ir di-nylng assertion by von TliplU 
that he Slated before Brenftn Chamber at 
Commerce that strong opposition to dec- 
laration ot submarine warfare need not b( 
fxpectfd from the L'. S., Ag 7. fl:5: ed. A« 
8, 8:5: appeals for Amer aid tor Annenla 
S 18. 12 S: IT S Army detail la going ti 



GEBARU. 



I personal eftecta, S 9. 
engineers' wages. 



QERATI^fl, M. Jr- 

n 27. Ill, 3:8 

GEHGtl'I.O. Albert- leapa from tr«lD while 
being tnkcn to Dannemora Prison: mas- 
turcd. Ag 27. 8:5 

OEHUAN-AMEB Benan CalbeUe See— Cen- 
tral Verein convention in Chicago^ S 11 

GBRH AN- AMEBIC AX B, sse 



,, Google 



JtdySepL, 1918. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



OKBMAN mad An>tT»-HaB(ari«B ConipIrB- 

Ian, met Enemy Aliens; German Plots 
OEKICAN AoitrU:- 

AlUed Intervention— Dr. SelU appeals to 
Entente to save naUon Irom plight rtml- 
lar to that of Hunsary, Ak 4. 3;B 

Cabinet— Dr. O. Bauer reslgna as ForelBn 
Minister but retains post as Minister of 
Sodallxatlon. Jl 28, 2:4; erroneous report 
or Impending resignation of Renner Mln- 
'"* — *~ ' \:2: Ag 3, 3;5; unanimous 



Istry. Ag 1 



Food Supply, 1 



14. 12:2 
IndustrleB— Skoda works 



Labor, ■«« Labor— German Austria 

Leacue of Nations, ■•• League of Nations- 
German Austria 

HaniaKes, bm Marriages 

Honarcby, Restoration of— Opposed by en- 
tire armed forces, Ag 14. 2:5: Count 
Karoiyi says Austrian court circles sup- 
port Entente plan of placing Archdulce 
Otto, son of ei -emperor Charles, on 
throne, Ag 16, 4:4: former Empress Zlta 
alleged to have told conference urging 

to come back. Ag IT. 6:2; hopes of royal- 
ists killed by terms of Austrian peace 
treaty, 8 B, 1:2 
National Assembly— Votes to accept peace 
treaty, 8 B, 1:12 



trla 



« Newspapers— German Aus- 
Europcan War— Peace 
iTeacy witn Jiuatrla 
Railroads, »« Railroads— German Austria 

Soldiers' and Workmen's Councils op- 
Posed by Dr Renner In conference with 
provincial governors, 8 23, 1B:2 

Union with Germany— Idea given up for the 
present, says Dr Bauer, Jl 8, 17:4: ques- 
tion raised In Paris by_severllv of pence 
treaty with Austria, Jl 2S, 2:4j ^r«aiibAe- 



OBBHAN Austria: — Union with Oennany 
(continued)— 
article In Germati constitution provides 
for Austrian repreesntatlon In German 
Assembly, French are aroused, Ag 30, 
7 ;B : Peace Conference will demand sup- 
pression of article In German constitu- 
tion, 8 3, 3 :2 ; Entente demand re- 
sented by Germany 1 



for signing ^eace Treaty; will recommend 

acceptance by Natl Assembly, 8 7, 1:0: 

crisis Impending, S 12, S:2. 
Coal, aec Coal — German Austria 
Commerce— Trade plot uncovered in Swits- 

erland, S 5, 1 :4 
Currency, see Currency— German Austria 
Economic Situation— Civil war threatened 

as strikes paralyze country, S 10, 15:2 
Emigration— Argentine lands sought tor 



>i of o 



2:5; AlUes send 



jstrian NaU As- 



i Foodstuffs— Oerman Aus- 



■ Confer! 

Hungarian Soviet Govt, Relations with— 
Plan for Invasion by Hungarian Red 
Army found at Vienna Legation; press 
demands recall of Hungarian Ministers, 
Jl 8, 1T:4: recall of Hungarian Ministers 
demanded by Austrian Foreign Minister 
Bauer: Qela Kun demands that campaign 
against legation In Vienna be stopped; 
Hungarian troops cross the border In 
lower Austria. Jl 11, 28:3; Govt In note 
to Bela Kun demands recall of Minister 
Ciobel owing to participation in Red In- 
trigues In Vienna and declares unwilling- 
ness to reply to note containing Imper- 
tinent Insinuation agalnat Govl. Jl 13, 
3:8: ed, Jl ifl, 10:2; Hungarians said to 
have used great fund In Vienna agitation. 
Jl 27, 2:B; Kun and other Soviet leaders 
removed from Thaya valley after protest 
by peasants. Ag 23. 3 :7 : telegram from 
ex-Foreign Minister to Kun relative to 
shipment of arms found by Rumanians In 
Budapest, Ag 27, 7:4: extradition of Kun 
and associates demanded by Hunj^ary, Ag 
28, D:2: Vienna Workers' Council supports 
govt in granting sanctuary to Kun and 
Ms followers, Ag 31, II, 2:8: Lokacs and 
Seldler held In Vienna, S 7, S:T; refuses 
render Kun to Hungarian Govt. S 



Peace Conference, S S, IB :8 ; 
Polk blocks French plan to send menac- 
ing note to Germany, S 10, 1:2; reprs 
to Austrian Relchsrath hold that union 
Is inevitable as Austria can't maintain 
independence because of peace treaty 
conditions, S J2, 4:2; Peace Conference 
sends note to German Govt. B 12, 6:4; 
demand of Allies denounced by Dr 
Preuss, S 14, 15:1; text of provision of 
Austrian peace treaty precluding an- 
nexation, S IS, 2:0; ed, 3 15. 10:3; note 
of Clemenceau to Germany in regird to 
constitution published in Berlin, S 15. 
1D:7; German Govt nullifies constitution 
clause. S IS, 17:8: German Constltuant 
Assembly decides __to nullify^ article ta 



cording to information obtained by Gei^ 



loads, see (Armany— Commerce 

OBKUAN I-sngaace— Bar andnat uas In 

Lorraine removed, Ag S, SO^: ed on word 

- Reich, " Ag 19. 12:3: ir by A. J. Wolfe on 

the republican " Kclch," Ag 22, 10:8 

GBHMAN MonarolilBBl IjMtgne, •«• Oermuir 

— RestoraUon of the Monarchy 
(IKIIMAN Muile, sec Music— German Music; 

Plays iind Operas— German 
GEKMAN Fsper Ymn Hbs-^Annual m«<t> 
Ing: textile mills continue to use pap«r 
yam. as prospects of obtaining cotton ■eemi 
poor, Jl 5, 6:4 
OEHMAN Plots and Fropsgand>i— 
Cnnada— W Horn, at extradition hearings 
In Jersey City, admits blowing up (■•'„.. 
dlan Pacific Ry bridge '- "- 
Parish, N. - " ~. "-- 



-.^LL^y unites all secret socs. Ol Moslem 
and Hindu nationalists; alms to pr^lT* 
for Joint revolutionary action In Aai» Mid 
Africa after conclusion of peace, ^ B, 1^ 
Italy— Prince von Buelow loBsa Ubd swt 
against Dr Enderll, Who Is upheld In 
charge that he aided revolutionists. A« 

Monaco' and Latin Amer--Dr P. B. AltMJ- 
dorf. In statement made public br NMI 
Assoc for the Protection of Amer Right* 
In Germany, reveals plot to obUin o«>- 
nomlc and military supremacy In ,I«an 
Amer with aid of Corranwi Govt. Af 24, 
II 1:8; Carrania denies knowing Allen- 
dorf. Ag 30, 4:3; Altendort ijitermtM 
charges against Carransa, B S, B :S 

United Statesmen Chamberlain a^>eaU to 
Amer newspapers not to puUI^ "^ST 
of world war by Gen I^dendorTf, which 
he asserts Is propaganda (or Germany, 

QEBHAN Property In ChlBa--Japane5e take 

over properW at Tslng-tao, Ag 28, 16:7 
GERMAN Pr^erty In V. S., «, Alien Prop- 
erty Custodian 
QKRHAIf Trade, see Germany— Commerce 
OERMAN Widows, •» Prffen, (Mrs) «-__ 
OBRHANS in Amerlea-AinericanB of Ger- 
man descent hold mass meetlngat "odw^ 

I u„ii jj T C: praise Qermsny ana 

help starving people, Jl 8*. 



THE NEW YOKK TIMES INDEX. Jidv-Sept.. 1$1$. 



OKRMAN8 In America (continued)— 
10:3; eds and Irs, Jl 20, 10:4: J1 20. 8:0,8 
Bh alsa Enemy Aliens; German PIoU 
GBR MA IT 8 In Bohemia, im Czecboslovakla 
OERMANB la FonlcB Oonntrlei, see refer- 

encee under Enemt- Aliens 
OBHHANT:— 
Alllei' OocapatlsB, see European W«]>- 

AllleB' Occupation of Qermajiy 
American ;Mllllarr Hlsslsn will leave Ber- 
lin, As 1«. *:i: Gen Harrlta tells how 
clvlllBiis trcatt.>d oftlcera contemptuaUB[y, 
S IB, 1H:3 

Baltic Regions, see Baltic States 
Bavarian Army taken over, Ag- 27, 1:4 
Chief of land forces will be Col Reln- 

hardt. S IS, J5 :6 
Courts of Honor voted abolished by Con- 
stituent Assembly, Jl 12, 3:7 
Deserters— 7, UOO must leave Holland, 

-Ag B, 5:3; „_ 






.. ___, ■ with r . 

in Baltic provlnc-es, Jl 3, in:S; 
turning t" - ■ ■■- ■- - - ■ 



I since It i_ .._. 

„ ;o be tried, Jl B, 

ed, Jl 0, 12:2: B. H. Cleveland c 



f Bnnks and Bank- 



OERMANY (continued):— 
Cabinet— Economics Minister Wlss^ re- 
signs, Jl 10. 6:4; foreign policy outlined 
by Dr. Mueller to Constituent Assembly, 
Jl 24, 3:2: Constituent Assembly voica 
confidence. Jl .10, 1:S; ovcrihrowai of Slin- 
iHter of Defense Noske demanded In re.io- 
lutlon in Constituent Assembly by SocUl 
Democratic Soo of Breslau, S 6. 3:4: di- 
nlal that Iternatorff is to be State Sec of 
Forelgl Office. S 21. 21:11: I>emocralic 
Party repre will be admitted; Dr David 
■, S 30, 10:3 



e him 



distorted reports o; 
Home Guards— Plans oi nosRe. Ag. i, n-.i, 

Ag 3, 3:6: ed, Ag 4. 10:4 
L«ttish Republic, see Lettish Republic 
Officers— Officer attached to U. S. Staff 

"> stop interfere " '"' " ' 



„ suicides, Ir, Jl 13, 13:6. ,.- 

motion of noncommissioned officers 
pleases pro-Qovt press, Jl 13, 8:1: Natl 
Verba nd Deutscher Officiere formed 
to prevent extradition of the Kaiser 

Jl 16, 2:7'': Gen von DelmHliB urges ''of- 
fice ra not to resist extradition by 
Allies by force, Jl 31. 1:4: reaction- 
aries salute Hohenzollern statues. Jl 
2(1. 3:S: commsnd Bolshevist Army in 
I'ral region, Ag 12, l:n: Social Demo- 
cratic ijoc of BreslHU offers resolution 
In Constituent Assembly demanding 
that they take oath to new Conatitu- 

flee'also European Wai^Rcsponslbli- 
Ity for the war. 

Reorganization In accordance with Peace 
Treaty explained by E. Ij. James, Ag. 
1. 3:1 

Repatriation of Leadera-Field Marshal U 
von Sanders llbemted l»- Allies: libera- 
tion of von Mackensen under consid- 
eration, Ag IB, 3:7 

Russia— German officers command Bol- 
shevist forces. Afi 12, l:,!: recruiting 
recently prohibited by Govt continues, 
troops, provisions, and ammunition 
crossing frontier at Tilsit Is report, Ag 
23. 3:6 

Sharpshooters Corps of cavalry guards 

slcL ,„. 

Strength— Noske enlisls h 
yond strength nllo 
Treaty, Jl 30, W:4: 
Allies not to Insist o 
As !■<. 3:T: ed, Ac 14 
"-n of polk- — ■- 

B:«; Noske tells J. Saue™eln It Is'lm^ 
possible to malntsln order with army 
allowed by Pence Treivty. Ag 24, II. 
1:2; E. L. James ti-ila of recruiting 
for Home Guards which Is constituting 
army reserve, Ag 2fl. 10:;i 
Supreme command dissolved when Field 
Marshal Hlndcnbuig leuvcs Kolberg. 
Jl 5, 1:2 
Banks and Bank: 

ing— Germany. 
Blrhenteld Repnhllo proclaimed in Fre 

area of occupation. Jl 17. 1:4 
BfOaheTlkl, see Bolshevlkl— Gerroany 



Irist 



ty— Pos 



t of t 



I Rhlneland i 
ists, Ag 30, 5:6 

ClironolaEy of Imiwrtant events of past 
year. Ag 3. III. 4:4 

Church and State separation voted aealsst 
by ConsUtuent Assembly, Jl IB, 1;* 

cm irniihln— Constituent Assembly adopts 
decree barring special rights based on 
birth or social station and prohlbltiiig ac- 
ceptance of title or decoration from a for- 
eign Govt, Jl 17, 3:8 

Calnnlps, Bp» European War- Peace Treaty 
with Germany— German Colonies: Mis- 
sions—German Colonies 

Argentina— Baron von don Buasche-Had- 
denhausen returns to Buenos Aires on 

trade mission. Ag 7. B:T 

Belgium- Trade transactions begin this 
week, subject to control by llcenaea Is- 
sued by Belgian Govt Jl 21, 10:7 

Blockade, see Blockade of Germany 

Boycott— Brfllsh Govt refuses to bar Ger- 
man goods, S e, 1:2; ed, S B, IS:!; Aus- 
tralian Premier stilt hostile to Ger- 
many, refuses to promote trade rda- 
tions. S 11. e:« 

Eniiland— Xlerman delegation at 



has been accepted and blockade will 
soon be raised. Jl 13, 1:6: British of- 
ficial will supervise trade with bis 
country, S 24. 26:3; White Paper urges 
trade with Germans. S 26. 28:3 

Exports and Imports comma appointed In 
large industrial cities, S 2. 18:8 

Foreign Trade— Agreement with 3 Entente 
nations denied. S 4. 20:6 

France— French are considering renewing 
trade relations on protective tariff 
biials. Jl 3. 3:2; German ddegaHon at 
VcrsnillcB Informed in Ir from Peace 
Conference that treaty ratification 
by Germany has been accepted, and 
blockade will soon be raised, Jl 13, 1 :6: 
W. Duranty cites favorable exchange: 
future outlet seen in Rhine-Danube 
canal, Jl 18. 15 :S; German goods of- 
fered in French markets at 75% less 
than French mfrs cost; Chamber of 
Deputies approves French (Jovfs dec- 
laration of ban on Illegal German im- 
ports, Jl 2S. 3 :3 ; trade relations urged 
by French press. Ag 26. 2:6: ClementH 
sdvises in Chamber of Deputies that 
France Increase Imports from Ger- 
many, S 17, 3:8 

Imports— Raw materials and manu- 
factured goods are being Imported, is 
belief, with neutrals as middlemen. Jl 
2, 22:2: Import syndicates to arrange 
for foreign credits favored by Cabinet. 
Jl 12, l:n: Import control plan of Min- 
ister 'Wlssell defeated by profiteering 
Interests, Jl 14. 15:3: free list. S 28, 
II. 6:3 



ten Ico— Resumption of trade sought. Ag 
IT. S:2; big exports of drugs and hard- 
ware expected, Ag 18, 11 :S 
See also Mexico— Conin«rc« 



J^y-S«pt^ 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



GKKMAirTi— Cammenw (continued):— 

Rhlndand — IntenlUed Rhlneland Comm 
notifies dvlll&ns that trade will be re- 
sumed with Interior ot Germany under 
certain restrictions; 20,000 tons of dye- 
stuffs and chemlcalB will be held (or 
a while, Jl 14, 4:4 

RuBsis—Govt seeks to enter Into relations 
with Soviet Russia, C. It. Harmsworth 
tells House of Conimons. Jl 18. 1:2 

Sentiment should be eliminated, says P. 
Helneken, S 11, 15:1 

U. S.— Raw materials and manufaclured 
Koods are being Imported. Is bellet. 
with neulrala aa middlemen. Jl 2. 22:2; 
Amer consular officers may be sent 
before Sen ralltles peace. Jl 3, 3:2: 
Polk says blockade will soon be lifted, 

but trade In potash. 



-atlon Com 



Jl 



BURTptlon boosts cotton prices. J] 13. 
II. 3:1; State I>ept announces trade 
relations and eommunieatlon may bit 
resumed ; wheat only L'. S. export 
commodity aubjeel to control; Import 
restrictions covering susar. wheal. 
dyes, potash, drugs, and chemicals 
still In force. Jl 15. 1^6: seriously In- 
terfered with by lack of Amer con- 
suls, says R. V. Oulahan; Stance and 
Elnftlsjid represented ; State Dept con- 
siders dispatch of commercial agents 
pendlt^ treaty action. Jl IB. 1:T; Ship- 



pin. 



alloti 



3;8: E. 

further trade developmenl. Jl 16, 14 :1 ; 
all business circles Interested In pron- 
pe<:t. Jl 20. II, T:l: drummer named 
Premo Is first to open trade In Berlin. 
Jl 22. 11:2: Amer trade handicapped 
by orders of Amer Rhine Army to let 



tnercli 



business represr 

L. James; French and British com- 
gain big advantage, jl 



other raw materials soon; Amer trad- 
ers are allowed Into Germany now. 
says E. I* James, Jl 20. 3:3; Army 
Headquarters passes S Amer commer- 
cial agents through Coblenz. Jl 2B, 
8:4; E. L. James reports trade growth. 
Jl 31. 21:2; B. L.. James sais Import 
rule hurts Amer trade; Interallied 
Comm orders all duties paid in depre- 
ciated marks, Ag 18, 3:1; Assembly 
members make trade complaint. Ae 
30, e;7: resumption of relations urged 



: Mer 






'TS 



llBhes If from W. _, 

Spanish consuls will hani.-. 

terests pending treaty ratlfl 

7. II, 1:5; first cargo of 

KOOds since 191T arrives. S 20, S4t4 

Venezuela—Renewed activity. S 18, 18:4 

See alee Toys 

CeBdttloBi ( General )— Observations of H, 

A. Fnincfc on walking tour, ap art.. Jl 

S. VII. 1:1; sp art. by Lit C. Dawson. Ag 

IT. VII. 1:1; described by J. Saucrweln 

In E« Matin. Ak 18. 3:3; ed. Ag IS. 10:!>: 

Closing session. Ag 21, 2:S; speeches. Ag 

Finances and taxes discussed by Eri- 

berRer, Jl 10. 10;3 
Foreign Affairs Com. Ag 23, 3:3 



Reichstag will be s __„ ... .._ 

Peace Treaty— Bill Introduced to give ef- 
fect to terms. Ag 21. 15:1 
See also European War— Pence Treaty 
with Germany- Ratification 
Resmnslblllty for the War. ■•« Euro- 
pean Wai^Responslblilly tor the War 



OERMANX (continued) :- 
Con ■tltadvn— Debated by Constituent As- 
sembly, Jl 8. S:3; adopted by Conatltuent 
Assembly. Ag 2. 1:2; Federal Council 

Kits obstacles in way of signing by Pres 
bert. Ag 13. T:2; preamble and sum- 
mary. Ag IS, 1:3: ed. Ag 10. 12:3; reso- 
lution introduced In Constituent Assembly 
demanding that army officers take oath 
to it, S 6, 3:4: text. S 14. III. 6:1; note 
of Clemencenu In behalf of Peace Con- 
ference published In Berlin. S 15, 15:T 
Srt also German Austria— Union with 
Oermanr 
ConMi.— Constituent Assembly rejects pro- 
posal for popular courts with Judges 
elected by the people, Jl 12. S;T 
--' — - " -■ Crime and Criminals— 



Gem 



iny 






t Taiiff— Germany 
Party-Rcpra will be admitted 

10 Cnblnet. K ,W. lfi:.f 
IMplnmatlc Senlcr— M. Harden may be 
Amb to the U. S., Jl n. 1:6; Ctovt 
asks assent of German Austria to forth- 
coming appoint men I of nvockdorCt-Rnnt- 
ziiu as Amb. Jl 13. 3:8; German Aus- 
tria aocopla appointment of Brock- 
dorff-Rsntznu. Jl 18. B:2; Baron Kurt 
von Ix-Tsner appointed Charge d' Af- 
faires to look after Interests In ^Yance. Jl 
1». 2:3; Ir by F. W. Wile on unsultabllity 
of Hjirden as Amb to the II. S.. Jl 2». M:(f; 
Dr H. von Halmhausen, selected aa Amb 
to U, a., wouldn't be actepliible. Ag 28, 
1:11; Germans Impressed by Amer opposi- 
tion to Halmhausen; Dr Suedekum sug- 
gested. S n. 1(1:6: Busche-Haddenhausen 
has not been appointed Minister to Arsen- 

EeuBomlo Sitnatlon— F. Kloockner says 

country faces ruin, Ag 23, 3:3 
EmlgrKtlon— F. Mayntshuaen. member of 

spwliii mission to Arfc-entlne Govt, says 
syr.dtc.teH have boon cijpltnJIied with view 
ot establishing Oermiin colonies In Argen- 
tln. Jl 3. H::i: Mexico la contemplating 
law to curb Influx. Jl 3. ltt:4: comm Is on 
Its way to Argentina to make arrange- 
ments for sending .%.00.000 emlcranls. Jl 5, 
3:7; ed, Jl 2tl. III. 1:4: big busTneas Is try- 
ing to get Constituent Assemblv to pass 
laws regulating emigration so (hat those 
leaving country will work first for the 
y.ithoil^ind mid s.n>ndlv for themselves. 
Jl 21>. ]T:;l; e<l. Jl 30. 8:5; ed on alUtUde 
of Canniiian Govt. Ag 2. H:l; E. L. James 
tells of pinna .jf the Kolonlnl Handels und 
Farms G.siillschnft ot Uerlin for emigra- 
., •• -ko and So Amer. Ag 12, 1:4; 



. II): 



.. ..1 den 



Bus. . 
s Aires 



repr of U.-rlln 

lard for colonlMtw, Ag 14. 1.1... ., _. 
on emigration to Mexico, Ag 24, VII. 



Argentine 



I Hoi I 






o So Amer 

rinu i-mi'Siine. .*b ii. i...ii: 1-11. Ag 30. 8:.'i; 
many socletlps formed to encournge emi- 
gration to Chile and Braill. S .1. iK:.!; 4.10 
laborers arrive In Argi'ntlna; 3I).MI0 pre- 
p;ire to go to Mexleii, S 13, 1 :4; emigrants 
are indiic.-<l to go to Argentina by false 
n^presenlatlon, K IS. 4:4: nd. H K, 10:8 

scribed by L. 



d from 



II. II1IK, Ag 1, 

rom b.Hik by Admlr.il 1 
G.Tmiiny. Ag 1.1. 23:3 



Amer Aid— G. Muech charges exploita- 



Col lapse feared b 



[. Murlln. ST, 5:7 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. Jtdt-SepU, 1919. 



In N T to eatablUh credits __. 

of German Interesta in U. S: bond 
luue unlikely, Jl 17, 1:8; E. Meyer, 
Jr., of War Finance Corp, declares 
Oermany will probably have to employ 
private banks. Jl 1E>. 14:1: Budget Com 
ot Natl Assembly proposes new 9,INX),- 
D(»,000 marks credit, Ak 21. 1:4; flnan- 
ctal export says only foreign credits 
can save Germany from complete 
Innkruptcy, Ag 25, 18:2: Berlin banker 
Bays Allied trade and credits are only 
remedies for adverse excbange. S 22. 
■ " - ■ pected to grant 



_O:0; Argentli 

tlOO.OOO.OOO to facllltaO 
trade. 8 22, 17:3 
Currency, ■«« Currency— Oermany 
EraberKer, M., dlscussee policy in Con- 
stituent Assembly, J] 10. 10:9 
Porsed 50-mark notes flood Berlin, Ag 

Frankfurter Zellung: tells of demand for 
German notes In N Y, says export re- 
strlcOons on money prevenl sending 
them, Jl 2D. 4:3 

Gold reserve nearly doubled during war. 
Jl 13, 1 :2 

Loans— Oermany sends 18.000.000 marks 
to Swltierland to pay debt. Jl 14. 1,1:7; 
reuorts of negotiations by Deutsche 
Bank of Berlin for big Amer credit, 
Jl 24, 18:5; Berlin reports favorable 
progress In ncgotlalions of Deutsche 
Bank with N Y financial insUtutlons; 
not confirmed by N Y bankers. Jl 2fl, 
4;B; question of forced loan of 200.- 
OOO.OOO.OOO marks, Jl 27. 3:1; big Amer 
credit reported tn Ixindon, unconfirmed 
In N Y, Jl 2D, 17:0; negotiations with 
Argentina opened. S 2.\ 8:3 

Securities— Proposal of German Natl As- 
sembly to recall tliem alarms Swisa 



Spanish loan proposed by 
Agll. 1:2 

rinlKBd, BelBtlan* with, see Finland— Ger- 
man Relations with 
Fowl Supply, see Foodstuffs— Germany 
OkmblliiK, mn Gambling— Oermany 
German Auitri», Union with, ice German 
Austria— Union with Germany 

demand dictatorship by the proletariat. 
Jl 3. 3:.%; dictatorship urged by E. Barth 
In Vorwaarts, Ag 31. II, 1:7; S 1, 3;B; 
republic demanded by Juvenile CongreBs, 
S 3, 17 ;8 * ' 



Lerrout, 



Bm al» 


RestoraUon 


of the Monar 


chy 


below 










lleiltlmBt 


chUdi 




e Illegilimate Chit 


dren 












mills 


continue to use 




per yam 


as Proapect 


for obtaining 


cot 



,._.-, Jl a, 8:4; rtyestuff n...„..„ 

complain they are obllEed to show plants 

. ... — .. ,„ 2f:fi; effect of peace 



arllcle by G. Renwlck. S 1.1, 3:3; 
raw materials. S 14, II. 6:2: Amer con- 
trol of many plants said to tie probable. 
S. 21. 10:2; G. Renwlck tells ol*^ revival, 
S 22, 15:8; revival in Ruhr district. S 2.1, 



■tidr. It 



latlans with— Munich Post (ells o< 
of Scheldemann to Rome (o bring 
eeret agreement with Italy, Ag 7 



printed In EnKll,"h In Paris that secret 
agreement had bt-en arranged, Jl 1. 17 :2 : 
Sen Lodge offers resolution asking Pres 
Wilson to submit to U. S. Sen copy of al- 
leged treaty of alliance, Jl 0, 3t]; Japa- 
nese E3mbassy In Washington denies se- 
cret treaty with Oermany, Jl 10, 3:3; 



U. a. Govt denies knowledge of alleged 
compact. Jl 12, 2:3; Sen Foreign Relation* 
Com votes on resolution of Sen Ijodge 
CEJIIng for text of alleged compact: adopts 
amendment of Sen McCumber for Infor- 
mation about relations during the war. 
Jl 15, 1:5: L,odBe resolution adapted by 
Sen; Sen Hitchcock protest*, Jl U. 1:8; 
ed, Jl Ifl. 12:1; copy of alleged treaty dis- 
covered among Bolshevist archives at 
Perm, MaJ Slaughter sends copyjto U. S. 



many made several attempts to separate 
Japan from Alilps during war or that she 
offered to give Japan free hand In I>utch 
colonies. Jl 19. 3:S; Germans urged to cul- 
tivate Japan's friendship by Count Re- 
ventlow, Ag 12. 8:B 
Junkers— Prince Uchnowsky telU C, Rose- 
baull that they caused the war. sp art. 
Jl 13, VII, 1:1; assailed by PrussUn So- 
cialists (or labor troubles among farm 
workers, Jl 21, 2:4: Govt decides on pub- 
lication ot war blame paiiers aa counter 
blow. Jl 2fl, ■iSi: eii. Jl Z«. 10:4; rage 
grows against Rnberger; talk of secret 
milltiirist courts. Ag \T>. a. 9,: ed. Ak IC, 
0:2; plot with Ciariat officers at HltBu 
to restore old rCglme reported by German 
press. Ag 10. 17:4; seek to enlist large 
forces flmons foresters and clerical staffs 
of large estates, B 8. 15:4; threatened by 
Scheldemann If they attempt counter- 
revolt to restore old order. 3 13. 3:9 
H«- als* Restoration of the Monarchy. 



BDlle COBKT** 



t Potsdam; Pan Ger- 



28. 15:7; demand for republic ]_._ 

tlonarles, S 3. 17:8 

LalHir, see Ijibor— Germany 

IiBnd palloy— Former Duke of Coburg-Ootha 
and Prince of Waldeck-Pyrmont sua Oovt 
to recover estates. Ag 27. 1 :2 

Leannr of Nations, sue League of Nations- 
Germany 

Hall Senlce, aee Pastal Service— Oermanr 

Martial taw— Protested against In resolu- 
tions In Constituent Assembly. S S, 3:4 

Hriica, RrlatJans wllta, sm Mexico— Ger- 
many. Relations with 

Mines and Hlnlag, Mrr Mines and Mining- 
Germany 

Monarchy, •«« Restoration of the Monarchy, 



han, Jl S. 1:8; Comm of Admirals sub- 
mits report to Council o{ 5 ; powers are 
nt odds. Jt a. 17:4 

IioseeB of ships and lives during the war. 
Jt 0. 3:8; ed. Jl 10, 24:2 

Officers-Roar Admiral von Trotha wHl 
assume charge of naval forces, S i.X 
in:« 

Sinking- 10 ships In Scapa plow will be 
salvaged by British; British wlU not 
hold Inquiry. Jl 31. 1:7; French Min- 
ister of Marine tells Chamber of Depu- 
ties that Allies mar force payment for 
Scflpa Flow loss, Ag 3, 3:2: IS ships at 
Kcnpa Flow refloated, S 18. 16:5 

Submarines. » - "■'■ ' — " 



, t Assembly rejects So- 

rlnlixt motion for abolition but adopts de- 
cree barring speclsi] rights based on Urth, 
Jl 17. 3:8 „ 

Ominallon by AUIrs, see European War- 
AllfcB' Occupation ot GtennausA 

Feaee Conference, see European War- 
Peace Conference— Oennan? 

Treaty w 



JulySepU laiS. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



OKBMAMY (continued) :— 

P«lle« Offleera— Convention In FTBOkfort- 
on-the-Oder, decision to ainaJKainat« with 
polICB oHlcers ol Prussia and work for 
union. S £2, 3:2 

^vmersBlan pHunt* are being armed mys- 
terloUBly, Ag 22. 6:3 

;PTesldeDer— Constituent Aasembly decides 
that naturalized citizen may be chosen. 
Jl 8, 5:3; F. Bbert sworn In. Ag 23, 1:4; 
von Hindenburs tkoomed by Natl Uberals. 
Ak 28. 8;5 

:^AU»kdi, *M Ral]road»— Germany 

:B«e»aitraetlf»i, ace European War— Recon- 
struction— ^Germany 

:BetDKe«— Country flooded with them; Govt 
orders that all must be cared for, Ag 2, 
7:4 

BelohatBE— I>utleB asHUmed by Constituent 
Assembly. Ae 16, 4:3: dealgnatlon with- 
drawn. Ag 18, 3:6 

Belief Warh, Bee European Wai^Rellef 
Work-German 

Bestoratlon of the Monarehr — Conservative 
Party proclaims war on Govt and Inten- 
tion to re-establlBh monarchy: Gen von 
Stochhauaen heads Monarchical League, 
Jl 9, 3:5: H. Haaso charges plot to re- 
store the Emperor by monarchists under 
von der Golts In BalUc region, Noake 
promises Inquiry. Jl 31. 2 :6: German paper 
reports CiartBt-junker plot by officers of 
old resimes at Mltau, Ag 10. 17:4: dls- 
piimM hv G. Henwick, Ag 22, 4:2; Pan 

_sague pledges Itself to reBtora- 

a 2, 1:2; S 3. 17:4; Junkera threat- 
ened by Scheldemann with punishment 
if they attempt counter-revolt. S 13, 3:5; 
Noske charged with permitting propa- 
ganda In army, S IS, 17:7: former Em- 
peror Ignores pleas for return to Oer- 
- ' '. T. Uncoln and others, 3 22, 



15:3 



B 7. T:l 



BhlneUnd I 

AdmlnlBtratlon— German Govt appoints 

of occupied area. Jl IT. 2:3 

British Military Gov Cllve warns against 
separation efforts. 8 22. 5:2 

French propaganda, Ag IT, 8:1; Ag 26. 
15:8; Berlin reports that French at- 
tacked Poat Office at L.udwlgshafen 
when proclamation was barred, Ag 31, 



l>-.5: 



t Ludwl 



shafen 



withdrawal of Amer reprs fi ._ _. 

allied Rhlneland Comm will allow 

French and Belgian delegates to carry 

on separation propaganda. S m. 16:6 

Plebiscite demanded by seccesalonlats, Ag 



a of occupation. S 2, 1 
Status— Problem of future status taken up 
by French Chamber of I)eputles. Jl 27, 
2:6 
See slao European Wai^-Allles' Occupa- 
tion of Germany 
Kaaala, rclatlonB with, aee Russla--GeT- 

SUpptDg—SOO veaaels turned over to Alllea, 
31 owned by Hamburg-Amer Line. Jl IB, 
7:3; Enberger tella Conatltuent Assem- 
bly that haste is needed In creating 



jUTg-Amer liner Is coming to U. S.. S 10, 
.6:3; Great Britain will rnsJat on receiv- 
ing more Ihan two-thirds of German Jon- 
nage to be divided among Allies Is report. 
8 11. 8:2; P. Helneken thinks ahlpplng 
arrangements can be made with U. S., 8 
11. 15:1; chartering of neutral and Amer 
tonnage until building coats leas expected. 
S 20, 4:2: dlsposltjon of vesvels by Cbl- 



GEBHANT:— Shipping (conUnued)— 

nese Govt causes split In Cabinet. S 23. 
5:6; Maritime Council of Peace Confer- 
ence meets In London: propoaea that 
German oU tankers be alvlded amonf 
France, England, and Italy; Aaat Sec 
Polk, at meeting In Paris, opposes viola- 
tion of promise to Germany to permit oil 
Importations In her own ships, S 24. 6:4; 
Allied Naval Armistice Comm awards 12 
Amer-owned steamships property of Ger- 
man subsidiary of the Standard Oil Co 
for allocation among the Allies, 8 25, 
17:5; 8 German llnera. Including the Im- 
perator. aUo<»te<i to the U. S., 3 28. 1:4: 
Shipping Bd asks IT. S. State Dept to take 
up queation of poasesslon of German ships 
Interned In U. S., S 30, 21:1 
aes klBO Shipping— Interned Ships 

BUeala, aee Silesia 

SocUaiata, ace Social istB~Germany 

8o«i«UBntl*»— rHscuBsed in Constituent As- 
sembly by Premier Bauer, Jl 24, 3:2 

Baldlera' and Worlunea's CnnnctU— Social- 
ists of the Right decide to sever rela- 



MTted 



iincU u 



esalty o 



ruction 
Spaitacldo Hevolts:— 

Berlin— Govt la convinced that strikes are 
Inspired by Reds and takes steps to 
crush them, Ji 3. 3:5; radical news- 
paper Rothe Fahne and Volksrecht 
suspended; 3 Red leaders arrested, Jl 
11. 4:2; Reds turn tide againat move- 
ment for settlement of atrikea. Jl 18, 
2:7; Noske aaya city la atlll under 
martial law. forblda open-air meetings 
and parades; order resented by Inde- 
pendent Socialists who planned gen- 
eral meeting for July Zl. Jl 20. 8:1: 
evidence found of scheme for new 
revolution, Ag 13, 1B:4; secret trlbun- 
ttla of Reds and reactionaries are de- 
clared to pasa aentences of death: 
body of Blau. alias Michaells, foiuid 
In canal, Ag 15, 15:8; ed, Ag Ifl, 6:2; 
police admit that murder of K. Blau, 
allaa Dr Mlchaella, was of political 
nature. Ag 20, 32:1; new outbreak 
planned, saya VorwaertB, which de- 
nounces secret murders. Ag 24. 3:8; 
son of reactionary General Plueakow 
found Blrongled In Potsdam barracks, 
Ag 27, 6:3; police deny murder of von 
Plueskuw, .Ag 28. I5:T; date fixed for 
uprising In Oct or Nov; Noske arouses 
Red a following raid, on workmen's 
headquarters, Ag 29, 6:4; plot for 
lltical murders exposed by C"' 

dale, who (■" " " 

union of viol _. .. 

Czechoslovaks, S 26, 15:5 

Brunswick— new outbreaks, S 10. 17 :2 

Dortmund— riots ; food ahops plundered; 
Govt troops arrive. Jl 5, 3:6 

Frankf ort— traffic tied up ; postal service 
suspended, Jl S, 3:5 



arrests K. Rabe In 

aays order was re- 
vurH.ers' CouDcU before 
nder von Lettow arrived, 
coupled by Govt troops; 



Hanovei^martlal lair declared. Jl 10. 9:4; 
Outbreak after harvest predicted by Ger- 
man mlUtary official, S IS, 15 :7 



rjs: 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JvlySepU, 1919. 



OEBUANX: — SpartMld* R«*oIt (Contin- 
ued)— 
Ruhr Region— B. Minor released from ar- 
rest In Coblenz chnrged with acting 
aa agent of Reds In attempted prupn- 
sandH among Amer troops. Jl 11. I1:S; 
Hammer, lender, found aluln near 
Dueasetdorf. S lA, 15:7 
Krr aliio Minor. R. 
WeBtphalla—RevoluClon planned. S 1»,1T:2 
Tkxn, ■»« Taxation— Germany- 
TsnrlitB' Bajeott. lee Travel 
i;. B.. RalKtloni with, aes U. 3,— Oermanr, 

RelaUons with 
W>r> sf the fatnre agalnat Central Euro- 
pean nations speculated on by U. Morgen- 
thau, S 20. 1:3 
WUte Baak, ••« European War— Wblte 

OBRHS, *ee DIaeaW Germa 

OERBIN, JataB— death, Jl 8, 11:4 

QGBBY, (O. S. Beo) Peter Qofllet— answera 

attack of Sen Fall on League of Natloha, 

Jl 1, 3:1; approves Pres Wlloon's speech on 

living coats. As a. 1:4 
OKRBHBI., WllllBm— death, Jl ZS, 11:G 
OKBT, Morrli-Hummoned to court, accused 

of striking A. Frank, striking actor, Ag 13. 

1:3; realsns from Lambs Club, Ac IB. 1:2; 

charge of assault dismissed. Ag Z7, 2:7 
GBYER. Andrew— death, Jl 29. 9:2 
OHADIAKI, (Col) Dlnibah-^avors scant 

bathing raiment tor women. In address to 

Nail Assoc of Drugless PhyslclanB, Jl 18. 

OULABDI, Slmer. lee United Mine Workers 
of Amer, Ag 27 

OHOBA88IHOFF. (Admiral) Nlcholu— ar- 
rives in U. a. ; wants U. S. to compete with 
Japan for trade In Siberia. S 0, 10 :T 

GIBBONS. (Col) OeorEe Waahlngtait-deatb 
and career, Jl 24, 0:4 

GIBBONS, (Cardinal) James— celebrates SSth 
anniveraarv as Cardlnal-Archbiahop of 
Baltimore and 5Sth anniversary of ordina- 
tion to prleathood, Jl 1, 17;S; message from 
Cardinal Mereler about visit to the U. S.. 
Jl 2, 11:2: 85th birthday; dlsouaaea ruce 
riots, prohibition, and labor, Jl 24. 14:3; 
opinion on League of Nations, Jl 25, 1:2; 

-"--■s of Pres Wilson and Atty 

I curb proliteerlng, Ag 21, 
„..,, .>,^...== &. de Valera, Agr 2(1, 3:1; 
visited by Cardinal Mereler, S U, 4:3; 
praised by Cardinal Mereler. S 13, 11:6; 
a 15, 14:3; Introduces Cardinal Mereler at 
meeting In Baltimore. S 17 17 8 

GIBBS. (Judge) .lAuls D.— ir on more par 
for N T C policemen. Ag 20, 10:8 

OIBBS, Philip— receives copy of N T Times 
carried by the K-34; comment. Jl 14. 2:3: 
crlbes London Victory Day parade, Jl 



Qen Palmer 



20. 3:1 



Jl : 



Britain' 



sslute 



ce. Ag 17. IV. 12:1: will revJsit'Bu- 
ropean battlefields, S 7. 4:2: returns to 
Prance, tells of post-war eondlUons In 
Parts, S 8, 15:1; tells of Paris society -of 
IntellectualH which aims at social recon- 
action of^^lhe world, S 10. 15:1; ed, S 11, 
' '•--- -■- ■ -■■ g along the 



--- ...i Search of Graves and «c..i„,c lu 
boom tourist travel to battlefields, S 18, 
19:8: revisits Arras. S 17, 17:1; describes 
revival of fair at Lille, S 18. 17:8; tclla of 
conditions In Armentleres, S 20, e:l' trio 
'tt.^^lUeflelda of Flanders. S 23. 6:3; says 



14:8: describes changes in c 
Somme. saya work of -■- 



lUIn Henry— spealu OD 



0II>I>IN08, <I>r) Fn 



must t>e used for enforcement. In address 
at Church of the Ascension, Jl 14, 5:1 
OI&nELBOUBE, . 
S 3. 31:3 

to Br. 

Detroit' Art 'Museum.'jl "20. ifL'sTl" 

Ciimegle. A., glftn aggregated t350.aK.SA). 
As 12, 0:,'i: Ag 20. 1:1 

Colgate. R. M.. bequeaths tlDO.OOO each to 
Yale iind Colgate Unlvs. S 30. 17:3 

Eastman. G. gift of $3,500,000 for estab- 
lishment of school of music: will com- 
bine highest types of musk and motion 
pictures. Ag 8. l.-i:4 

HecKacher. A.. tlOO.OOO to Rutgers College: 
offers addUlonnl (100.000 If fSOO.OOD U 
raised. S 14. 18:1 

Herman. J.. M.OOO bequest to First Church 
of ChriBt. Scientist. Ag 27. 11:2 



II, 11:7 

Howard. (Mrs) Margaret A., bequeaths 
$400,000 lo ealabtish home for needle- 
women. S 23, 25:2 

Loewy. B,, library and bulk of estate to 
C-ornell Unlv K 3. 1S:3 

" " , leaves trust funds for chnrltT. 



Jl 2_, 

Msrtln. a, K.. leaves flO.OOO t 

I'nlv. Jl 10. in:4 
Nagte (Dr) J, " 



Princeton 



tie! 



Jl 18, 



Roberts. Mary M., leaves bulk of (2.706.233 

eaUte to charity, S 24. lfl:2 
Rockefeller, J. D.. (2.000,000 to MInlarters 

and Missionary Bd of Northern Baptist 

Senrtes E,. gives ti,5O0;0O0 to Unlv of Cali- 
fornia. As 14, 2,7 

Snyder. W„ charitable bequests. Jl 11. 11:4 

Spang (Mrs) Rosa E.. leaves «1. 000.000 for 
establishment of foundation for relief <rf 
poor children, Jl 22. 17:4 

Sterling. J. W,. $18,000,000 bequeathed to 
Tale Unlv. Ag 23. 10:2 

Sturges. A. P.. leaves (30,000 to Prince- 
ton Unlv and St, Paul's School. Jl 10, 



French pe;i»anta and bourgeoisie*" '. .„. „ 
that Allies did not overrun Germany. S 25 
17^1; tells of gayety In Bclt-Ium. S 28, III 

roves. (Prof) A, 

Issued for his 

--. Ag 2!i. 6:1; 

awaiting ex- 



Thompson (Mrs) 
establishment of 
beck, N. Y.. S 9, 14 :l 

Vanderbllt. W. K. Sr. (15,000.000 to daugh- 
ter. Duchess of Marlborough. Ag 23. 7 6 

White, W. H„ bequests to charity. Ag 1. 

\yright (Mrs) Georglana B,. leaves large 

bequest to Harvard Univ, Jl 4, 18:5 
Bee also Goldberg. M. ; Wills 
OILBERT, Joseph, see Nonpartisan League 
^niI.RERT (Mrs) Maria Pnhy:— death uid 



hold N. J, State militia In readiness ,„ 
strike duty at Camden called political plot 
19 "io-l^' ** ^' ^"^*^' ^ '^^ Runyon. S 
GILLEN (Mayer) Charles 
coat of livlne ' " 



also Newark, N. J. 
GILLESPIE, Arthur— death, S, B. 13:4 
GILLKSPIE. (MPS) JoHpblns L.-death, Jl 
GILLEHFIB (Swgt)' Pdtei^wlna D 8 C. Jl 



;, Google 



JidySept, 1919. THE NEW YOEK TIMES INDEX. 



GILIjETT. IV. a. RfpT) Fiederiok HuHu- 

tsn^^harBSd by Repr Caldwell with sarlnE 
that BB Cnldwell la a. Democrat Republican 
Steering Com would hava to be cotisulted 
before Speaker could 



official Congri 
Bhlnr. Jl iS. 
House budget 



laeM for resolution lor 
lal welcome to Gen Per- 



_ _ _ policy tor null 

budget. Jl 30. 8^8: refuBea to recoftnlie 
Repr Igoe, who urges shoe Inquiry, puaiea 



Ae 3, 1 :5: refuaea again to rccosnlie Repr 
iKoe'a resolution for Inquiry Into shoe 
prIccB. Ab 9, 1:8; ed, Ag 7. f " 



Prea Wlleon, asking funds and 



„-. -- , — .eriy 

dlvd. Jl IS. 33:9 
aiI.[.aTTIE, AngctD—wlns D S C. Jl 4. 10:1 
OILMAN. (Mrs) ChBriotte Perklna— apeaka 

on need for protesBlonal mother, at con- 
ference of women phyaldans, 8 23, 3B:1 

OII,MOBB, (AldeniuB) Edward V.— Ill, Jl 3, 
9:S; Jl 7. 13 ;1; death, Ag 15. 11:15: funeral 
plans, Ag Ifl. 7:6; funeral. Ag 1». 17i5 

OILMORE. Prank-'lr on actors' strike. Ag 
10. 6:7; says mgrs refuse recognition of 
Aotora' Equity Asaoc because of Its affil- 
iation with A. F. of U. Ag 17. 1:1; com- 
menta on threatened shutdown ot theatres 
all over country, Ag 18, 1 :4 : attacks Actors' 
Fidelity League as part of mgra' campaign 
to break strike. Ag !4, 0:1: outlines tenns 
of agreement between actors and mgrs. S 7, 
1:3 

OIL8BT, Peter— suicide, S 8, 38:2 

OIMBEL Brolhrr*— Purchase 10-story build- 
ing they now occupy on Greeley Sq. Jl 22. 



OIOLITTI, OlDTkiiBl— wanla ne 

called In Italy. 8 28, 2:6 
Bank. Phlla— file 



DIASB, (Herr)— calls for restoration of Kals- 
etlMn in Germany at meeting of Pan Ger- 
man ly^ague. S 3. 17:* 
□ l.AfS. (Hec> CmrXns— 
Aasay Ofrice-~I.aya cornerstone of new 

building. Jt 2. 24:2 
Certificates of Indebtedness— Fcdernl Re- 
aer\-e Bunks ordered to redeem Issue ma- 
turing Jl IS. Jl 4. 13:3; announces final 
amount of subscrlptlona allotted. Jl A. 
21:fi; subscriptions lo Series T7 cloaed, Jl 
IS. 1»:3; siBtement on new Issue. Jl 28, 
7:4: final allotments announced, Ag 5, 
23:3: announces new Issue, Ag 8. 14:2; an- 
nounces oversubscription. Ag B. 16:6: an- 



[ for redemption. 



In Series 
SO, 22 :« 

Chicago Speedway Hospital— Has not t^en 
mllltHry hospital over for Govt owing to 
Increased estimate of changes. Jl 18. 1T:6 

Coat of L.lvlng— Lr to Speaker GItlett. In- 
dorsed by Pres Wilson. sBks legislation 
and funds to use Secret Service men In 
running down profiteers. Ag 13. 1 S 

Currency Inflation — Sen adopts resolution 

„.i,i — . -* currency In clrcuJa- 

~ — being taken to 



tlon, and whi.. r- ■ 

reduce Inflation, Jl », 

Flnnnclal Hpnori— Iwues Statement review- 
h:Ui federal income to 
' 1920. Jl 28. 1:1; ed. 



Ing BitUBtlon, 



Jl 2 



8:2 



. . ipriatlon— t«tter from Sec 
Roosevelt asking 1:18.600,000 to put ships 
in fighting trim, Ag 23. 18:1 
Pan-Amer Financial Conference — An- 
nounces almost universal acceptance of 
'—"-"-- ■- attend Washington meet- 



ing 



21:3 



1 last August. J 



Thrift Campaign— Says need for natl sav- 
ings now Is as necessary as In war, 
denies Treasury Depl's connection with 
Natl Thrift Corp, S 12, 22:2; Ir to school 
children. 8 20, 3:7: Ir to school children 
is carried to Albany by airplane. S 30, 
17:1; ed^S 30, 18:3 
Treasury Dept StatementT-S 8. 1»:2 
War Finances— Reports on eipendlturea 
and revenue of 30 billions to Sec Penrose 
and Repr Fordney; says no more loans 
are planned now, Jl 10. 19:1; ed, Jl U, 



OI.ADDING, (Capt) George T.— death, Jl 6, 

20:4 
OI.ANZ. Hrtniicb— death. S 20. 1.1 2 
QLABOQW Trade* Union ConKreso— J. T, 
Brownlle writes lo C. W. Howerm.in, Sec of 
Parliamentary Com to take steps to alle- 



.__._ of mines, S 11, 17:8: direct action 
■ed: British press commcnia on iictlons; 
greetings by J. 1^ Hayes, repreaenlins A P 
of U S 12, 3:3: calls for repenl of onscrin- 
tlon act and evacuation of ItusMa. 8 1.1. H :2: 
Miners- Federation loses 2 seats on I'arlln- 
mentary Com: J. R. Clynes lella whHt di- 
rect action would mean: resolution on Ire- 
land adopted. S 14. 0::1: ed. Ijibor parly 



.. J 14, Iir, 1:3 

wttrts. 8 20. 2:4: cd on : 
Brownlle. S 20. lO:.-!: eitrsi 
Ir to Bowerman, 8 22, 10.4 



.. s of British empire In Lieague 

of Nations, S 28. Ill, 2:5 

OI^SB— Tariff, »*•> Tariff— BUI In Congress 

GLAHHKB. see Burning Glasses 

GLA88POBI> (Brig GpB> Felham D— career: 
Sp art. por. Ag 24, VIII, 6:1 

GI^TZ, Chkrleii— death. Ag IT, 22:4; wlU, 
S 17, 31:4 

GI..4V1N, James B, Ji— letter on Irish activi- 
ties, Jl 17. 12:8 

OI.EASON, (Dr) Daald P.— death. Ag B. 



GI.EASON, James— career on the stage, Jl 

20. IV, 2:2 
GI,EA80N, WilUam <" Kid "I. see Sports 

-Baseball— Chicago Amer League Club. 
GLEAVES. (Ties Admiral) Albert— welcomes 
R-34 fliers at luncheon at Garden City 
Hotel, Jl 7, 7:1; ed on speech on Amer 
Library Assoc In praise of books and mag- 
azines by men of all ranks in U. S. Navy, 
Jl ID. 8:.'i: announces that 3 army trans- 
ports will be fitted out for return of U. S. 
officers. Jl 23, 8:8: to command Asiatic 
Fleet; will leave for Manila on Sept 1, Ag 
22. 24:2; promoted to be Admiral In com- 
mand of Asiatic Fleet; congratulations 
from Pres Wilson: message to subordi- 
nates. Ag 31. 6:1 
OI,EKHON, (Kev> John A.— will, Jl 1. 10:B 
OLRMIIVE, Moot, are Amer Legion 
GLENN. Mae C. ■» Birmingham, B. 



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THE NEW YORK TIMES IKDEX. JvJySepU, 1919. 



OLBNKOIf, (Bht Admiral) Xudm B^ 
vtalta Roosevelt FIdd and Bays Kood-bye to 
R-34 fliers, JI 10. 2:4 

OUDDEN, (Cspt) Chariea J.— ottera tropter 
far slrplBne tourlnr, Ag IS, IG ;S : ^aiu 2- 
yr airplane tour of the woild. Ax 26, 1:1] 
la mappliiK coaat trip air routaa, kg tl, 4 :« 



nent>l Darby 
aUXMAN, JOHpb-death. Jl S. 13:8 
GIXITES, (Mn) Mabel BMd— death, 8 IT, 

13:2 
GIiOVERBTIIXB, N. T^-AdvertlBliw «Biii- 

palKn by Chamber of Commeroe, Jl SO, IX, 

'—K» 

B of Imported French glovea, B T, II, 

OLOWWOKH (Brltlah monllDr)— Sunk by e 
plofllon of ammunition barge, Ak 20. 6 :3 

OI>ttCK, Frederick— poathumous award of T> 
S C, JI 4, 10 :1 

QLTMN. Martin H.— appointed by Gov Smith 
to conduct living coat Inquiry with J. H. 
PInley, Ak T, 15:5; report of Inveatlgatlon 
or N T B food situation filed ; control of 
milk by SUte urgeil, Ak 2S, 1:6 
See al» Food Hluffs— Prices— N T 8 

OI,TNN, Waltn^-death. Jl 14, 11:3 

OODCHAUX Hnsan, Ine— stock offers, Jl 1. 
»:2 



OOLD aa Hmey:— 
German cold received In EnKUnd, 8 13, 

3:5: S H 8:3 
Oermany— Reserve neariy doutiled dnrinc 

war, Jl 13, 1:2 
Salvador admits Amer gold coin free, 8 IX 

24:3 
U. S.— Greatest stock In blatory, has datm 
on free gold of world, Jl D, 18:S 
OOI.DBERO, Aann, aee Drug Traffic, Ar- 
rests And Convictions 
GOUIBBBO, <N. T. AaaemUrmaa) Marfc- 
record summariied bv Cltlxena Union. Ag 

B Fowler asks 

.- Ity of beqneit 

.,. ,_„ itlon of home for Jewish fe- 
male minors, S 4. 25:4 

OOLDBERO. Babe— gives tl.ODO and car^ 
toon to Federated Jewish Instlnitlans Fund. 
S 24. 21:3 

GOLDEN, Anthany— dies at 108 yaara, Jl 
18, 13:4: Jl 18, 11:4 

OOUlEJf. JohB. aee United Textile 'Workers 

OOU>RN, Peter— speaks at meeting of Irldi 
ProgreBBlve League. }l S, 7:1: ed, JI 7, 12:1 

OOLl>ENTIIAL. IDr) Carsl— death and Ca- 
reer. Jl 13. 13:3 

GOI.DER, Abram J.— death, S 2S, 22:4 

GOLDEOOLE. (C. B. Bepr) Beary M,— IntTO- 
ducea bin to raise pay ot poatal employes. 
Ae 21. 3:2 

OOUIHABER, David— aeeka release tram 
]all In order to__earn money a- '- '' 



larriet r.-death, S 2 



flee also Cromwell, J. 
OOFF, Nathan— marries Catharine Penny, 
Ag SO. 7:5 

Amer purchase in England. S 13, 1 :2 

Copper Lake— Reported find causes rush. 
Ag 28. 8:6; Ag SB, 15:2 

Dental Gold— Accepted tor parcel post ship- 
ment to ITruguay. Ag 3, II. 7:4 

Japanese Embargo— Report denied. S 28, 

London E^xchange — London Stock Exchange 
gambles In sate of Hampton Propertlea, 
Ltd. stock, a 25. 17:7 

South Africa—Mines languishing, JI 6. 22:4: 
Transvaal miners a);ree to lift ban on 
exports: free market re-established: 
price agreement made with Rank of 
England. Jl 25. 20.3: JI 2n. 28:6; metal 
expected to come to IJ. 3. because of ex- 
change rate advantage, Jl ZB, 15 :2 ; 

China and India take halt — ■"■ - - ■ 

sterilng, S 27, 11 :B 



Jl 5, 22:2 
OOI.UINO, John N.— death end c 
will, Ag 30, 11:2 



by Brltiah. Ag 

(Dr) A., see Mexlco-U. S., Re- 

lauona with 
GOEFEI., Walter BBgeae— death and career, 

Ag 21, 11:0 
OOBRZ, C. P., Amer Optical Oo— Share* 

wilt be sold by Allen Property Custodian, 

Ag 14. 2:4 
OOETCUIVB. 



"Columbia Unlv concerts give ^ver aervlee. 
Ag 9, 12:5 

GOLDMAN. Emna — utteranoea comikared 
with so-called anarchistic ideas ot B. Ford 
by lawyer for Chicago Trltiuna In libel 
suit, Jl 31. 1G:6; warrant for arreat and 
looking to deportation issued by Federal 



tioritlea, 



1:1: 



OOETHALS, (HaJ Gen) Gearge W.— Usti- 

fiea before Congressional Com on War 
Dept expenditures. Jl 2. 12:7: Jl 13, IV, 
Fl'i: minimHry of hls report of Cuba Cans 
Jl 17. 20:2; quoted by H. 



OOEL,ET, Robert Waltan— Balls for England, 
will not discuss report that he Is to marry 
Hme Fernanda RocchI Rlabouchlnsky, JI 
27, 8:2 

OOERUTZ Cerps el TolaBteera, see SUesIa, 



portatlon to Russia dlacuBsad by B. Rdt- 
man, S 24, 17:4; atty sara that IIB.OOO ball 
in Liberty bonds will be deposited wltb Govt 
for her release. S 20, 11:2; releaaed from 
Missouri penitentiary ; leavea tor N T C, de- 
nounces treatment of women prisoners: ad- 
mits she Is married and haa no moneT, S 
— ' n Chicago: Bays she can- 



18:3; arri... 

not lie deported 
recognize Bolshevli 



-- Govt S ZS. S:4 

., / — tells ot condition of 

Bulgaria and Rumania, Ag 3. n. 



Oorp— I 
le office 



rflcers and directors. 



t million pounds 



_ H (alrahJp), aee AeronauU 

aUanlle Flights-French Plana 
GOLDHMITH, Btera and Co—Offer to turn 

Jewelry plant over to employes explained 

by A. Goldsmith, denied by Interna tl 

Jewelry Workers. S 21. 2:4: ed. 8 22. 10:3 
GOLDHTEIN, David— arrested on diarge of 

highway robt>ery. Ag S, 3S:3 
GOLDBTEIN, Ferdinand— death, S 8. 17:9 
O out STEIN (Rabbi) Herbert 8.— extract 

tn>m nermon, S M, 13:3 
GOLDSTEIN, Herman — sentenced on charge 

of petty larcency. Jl 12. 8:1 
OOI.D WASHER. I. Edwin, aee Federated 

GOLTZ. (Orn) von der— reported to have 
proclaimed himself Gov Gen of Riga. JI 2. 
1T:0; Is in charge of monarchists' plot In 
Baltic regions to restore former Eltnperor 
to the throne. H. Haase charges: Peace 
CnnteroncG approves report of Marahsl 
Foch demanding his expulalon and that of 
German armlea in the north. Jl 31, 2:S: ed. 
Ag 1, 10:1: will be ousted with tile army 
from I>;ttish Republic. Ag 8, S:3; ed. Ag B. 
S:3: German Govt refuses to relieve mm, 
Ag IS, 3:8; returns to Mltau from Berlin: 
aaya evacuation of Lettish Republic cannot 



Jvtv-Sept, 1»1». THE NEW YORK TIMES IKDEX. 



OOLTB, (Qen) Tan Atr (contlnued)-- 
be completed until end of Sept, Ak 2D, 6:2: 
haa aasembled GemwD army in Lithuanis. 
and prepares to march Into Russia under 
prateoM of Joining Kolchak, Bays Lithuan- 
ian repr, Ab 31, 1 ^ : order against plunder- 
ing by troops In Lettish Republic refers lo 
them as In service of Rusnans, S 1. 3 :1 : 
secret order to troops to take service fn 
intl-Red Russian forces. S 2, 10:3: advises 
German troops In Lettish Republic to claim 
Leitlsh nationality and take up land: Is 
tomlnK secret society called "The New 
Country," S B, 1B:S 

eOMBIEB, Mario La nlse— arrives In U. B. to 
be adopted by Mrs !■. Dowdy; received 
Ii^vnch War Cross for smaahlng German 
wireless In her home In Belgium, Ak Zfl, g:2 

OOMEK, (On) Mlcnel— ed on candidacy as 

Pres of Cuba. Jl 14, 10 :S 



I* Strike— Pledges full force of orsan- 

lud labor, Ag 71, 1:3: Ag S8, 1S:1: mgrs 

CI out arguments that were prescnlert tn 
at Washington conference. Ag 30. 1 :2 

AddroBses ■■ pleads for ratification of Peace 
Treaty In speech to Associated Advertis- 
ing <nub9 mt the Worid, 8 23. 1B:T 

Boston Police 8trlhe-4lan prtnosed to sus- 
pend strike. 3 13, 1:6: ed. S 13, 10:2: 
mesaana to Gov CoolldEe and replies, E< 
M, 1:2: 8 15, ];S: P. K. McCarthy calls 
on him In N Y; rumor that they left to- 
gether for Boston Is denied, S IS. 2:2: ed 
on Coolldge's telegram, S 16. I4;S: will 
not so to Boston. S IT, 2:1: stand assailed 
by H. P, Porter, Chairman of United 
IVpothetoe of America, B IT. 2:S: assails 
Boston In telegram asking Jersey City 
Mayor to delay action on union. 8 23. 3:1 

Budget System of Federal Finances— In- 
dorse* adoption, Jl 18, 32:3 

Conference with A. F. ol L. Bzecutlves— 
important developments expected, may 
■way R R Shopmen's strike vote, Ag 28. 
1:0: appeals to shop locals to await result 



dency toward BoIshevlBm, 

agreeroent, announces committee will 
study Plumb plan of R R operation before 
taking action. Ag 31. 1 :S 

Hanson. Ole— reference to radical tenden- 
cies. S 1, 1:8: correcUon. 8 13. 11:6 

Immigration— explains action of A. F. L. 
convention In pasdng resolution to re- 
strict Influx of foreigners to Pan Amer 
Federation of I^bor Congress, Jl 10. 10:6 

Industrial Conference— Pres Wilson asks 
him to name 10 labor representatives. S n 
1:6: names of IB reprs of labor an- 
nounced, fi 23, 3:2 

IntenuLtl Trades Union Congress at Am- 
sterdam-flallB from N. yT to attend; 
tells of alms of A F U Jl 11. 22:3: Jl 12, 
ix\-^ dtmounceB Legion's defense of_G«;- 



retatloDS ImposBlble, Jl 31, 2:4 



sailors right to quit, Ag 4, 2:3: says 
Amer labor will take iiart In Intematl 
labor conference at Washington: repu- 



delay action on union. 8 23, 3:1 

Jewish War Orphans— Writes to Bee Lans- 
ing telling of plight In Europe, 8 20, 11 :2 

Labor Laws— Ed on his statement on need 
for repeal of some laws, Jl T, 12:3 

Mexican Bttuatlon—Assalls Jingo spirit aim- 
ing to bring about war, Jl 11, 22:3: Mexi- 
can labor appeals to him to use influence 
to avert Intervention, Ag 22. 2:1 

lUtcbeU. J., tribute to, 8 11, 16:4 



OOMPBBB, Bamael (continued) :— 

Pan-Amer Federation of LAbor— Re-elected 
Pres. Jl 10, 19:6 

Peace Treaty with Qermany— Calls for rati- 
fication by U. S. Sen, Ag 31. 1:8; idea for 
ratification, to Auwciated Advertising 
Clubs of the Worid. S 23, 1B;7 

Physical Ebiamlnation of Industrial Bta- 
ployea-VlewB, S 28, IX, 1:1 

Policemen's Unions— <juo ted In article on 
unions in 37 clUes. S 14, IV, 10:2 
flee alio Boston BBd Jersey City, absve 

Prohibition— Reports to House Ju'oiclary 
Com on growth of Baisheviam and radf- 
callsm In state of Mich throu^ oppres- 
sive legislation, Jl 4, 4:2: ed. Jl S, 18:3; 
answered by W. B. Wheeler. Jl S. 18:4 

Railroad Sltuatloit— Bd questioning his 
stand on demands mode by Brotherhoods. 
Ag 8. 8:1; Plumb plan advocates expect 
his aid, Ag la, 20:1; refuses to discuss 
Plumb plan until he has studied situa- 
tion, Ag 27. 1:3; appeals to Shop Local! 
to awoTt result of drive on living costs, 
Ag 28, 1:5: announces com will study 
Plumb plan of operation before taking 
action. Ag 31, 1:S: will testify before Ben 
Com on Cummins R R bUl, S 23, 3:1: 
testifies before Ben Interstate Commerce 
Com against an tl -strike provisions 



S IS, 1:6: ed. 



Cummlni blU, B 24. 27: 
8 25, 14:2 

Return from Europe— Sails for U. S. In 
response to urgent call, Ag IT, 1:2; ar- 
rives In U. S. ; predicts tali of BoIshevlBm. 
declares radicals were overwhelmingly 
repudiated at Amsterdam Congress. Ag 
27, 1:3 

Steel Industry ~ Refuses to comment on 
Qary's Ir to Natl Com of Iron and Steel 
Workers, Ag 28, 17:2: steel workers aend 
..... — . — .^ Gary after conference of 
— ., — . _ ~. ...y. (^nfBrg 

J of steel 

workers' com, Ag 30, 1:8; expects settle- 
ment, Ag 31. 1:5; asks Pres Wilson to ar- 
range conference of labor leaders and 
Steel Corp officials before Sept B to avert 
strike, 8 6, 1:6; asked by Pres Wilson to 
- of strike until after 



\nSx 



iai c 



2:1: will not go to Pittsburgh. S IT. 2:1 
noncommittal, S IB, 2:6; leaders OT ■ 
unions scoff at Idea that he will not 
give fuU support, 8 21, 2:2; aasaUs Gary 
fn testimony to Sen Interstate Commerce 
Com on Cummins R R bill, 8 25, 1:6: 
ed. B 25, 14:2: teatlmony before Sen Com. 
S 21, 3:1: ed, 8 27. 12^; predicts victory 
for strikers, denounces Gary and defends 
Foster and Fltspatrick, S 2», 2:5: ed, 8 
2B. 12:3: ed on his defense <rf Foster, 
S 30, 18:2 
Toledo Conference— West Toledo Commerce 



Clu! 



composed of 



> settle labor 



Willys-Overland Co d 

confer with J. N. Willys t 
dlaputeB. Jl 10. 30:1 

GOMPERB, Baloman— death and career, S S, 
17:2: funeral, B IS. 11:3 

OONZAI.EH, Jose, see Mexicans In Colorado 

OONZALSB, (Minister) WllUam ■ attacked 

by Cuban Liberal Party. Jl 12. 0:6: says 
Cuba's sugar supply could be had by send- 
ing shIpB, S 2. 6:4: confirmed by Sen as 
Amb to Peru. S II, 17:8 

OONZAl.KZ. <Oen) FranCFBCo — appointed 
Gov of state of Tamaullpas. S 10, 17:7 

GOOD, Alexander FraBsls— death, Ag IB, 
13:4; Ag 20. 15:2 

OOOD, <U. B. Repr) James WUliam— bill for 
nat budget system discussed as step toward 
economy, by J. P. Chamberlain, Jl 6, IV, 
8:1: speaU In House: tells how cuts In 
estimates saved MeB.000,000, Jl U. 20:3: 
explains new sundry civil bill reported by 
House to dodge Pres Wilson's veto of 1st 
one. Jl 19, 1 :f: Rules Com will urge adop- 
tion by House of his resolution for ap- 
pointment of budget com of 12 to frame 
policy. Jl 30. 8:8: says estltnateB for fj>- 



THE NEW TOEK TIMES INDEX. Ju^tSept^ 1919. 



im*» wnnaM (con- 



oooD. <r. s. 
ttnoed)— 

proprlatlooi to fight profiteers will be 
carefullr •crutJnlied. Ae 14, 1:8: Intro- 
duce* rcKilutloiM calling for Information on 
espendltum of appropriations to aid Eu- 
rope and to par KUHran(ee<t wheat prices. 
Ak 13. 1:8: urgea •trictest economy In 
Govt expenditures, In speech in Houae: 
tells of deficit In eatlmales and demands 
<m Trearary for next fiscal year. S IT, 21:2 

OOOnBOI>T, WUUikBi r.. »*» L«ary A 
Ooodbodr 

GOODMAM. EHu— death, S ZI. 13:6 

OOODNOW, (Dr) rnnk J.— favors creaUon 
Of naU budget bur. S 2T. 17 :3 

OOODBICH, (B. r.> Ca— Pf and com dlvds. 
Jl 28. 17:8; preferred stock offered. S Ifl. 

OOODKICB, (MbJ> Chsrirs Cr«*>— will be 
made Chevalier of l^elon of Honor. S 24. 
7:1; made Chevalier. S «, 12:7 

OOODBICB Tire * BnblHir Ca. >ee Accidents 
— AeronauUcs-U. S.— DlrlBlble balloon 

OOODTBAB nn A Babber Ca— Acquires 
■Its In Los Anselea. Jl «. IX 12:1 

OOOTKNBBBG, <Dr) DbtM O.— death. S 15. 
11 :S 

QOBIMIN, Jaesb— pleads Kulltr to robbery: 
says he waa Inspired by deeds of G. F. 
Hamby. Jl 0. 13:4 

GOBDON, Blebard— arrested while plckeUng 
(or striking actors, Ag 11, 1 :3 

OOBDON-BMITH, Q.—ir on Banat of Terocs- 
var, S S, 10:6 

OOBB, (C. S- Bra) Thomas Fryoi^favors 
reservatlans on league of Nations, Jl 6. 1 :3 

GOROAB. (HaJ Gen) WUItam Crawrord— ar- 
rives In Eicuador to continue res* — ' '- 

against yellow fever. S 25. 7 
Guayaquil for Panama. 8 ZB. 1S:CI 

GOBOrS, Charles— death. S 2.1, !.'<:« 

OOBITZ, Otts— will direct Star Opera Co, 
which will give German opera In N T C, 



25. 7:3; leaves 



Jl 1 



14:3 



■ J»*J cgers 

„ illon of Meii- 

_, Rules Com. Jl IT, 

b^ore Houw Com on Mexi- 



can situation. Jl 30 „_ 

European War debt, S l7. 7 5; 
forbidding Washington police 
unlonlie. S 27. 13:2 



SMENT. f 
IVpt-'Con tract* ; 



Political Science 
itntia. <tr* U. S.— Navy 
:■. S.— War Dept— Con- 



GOVERNMENT raatr*!— Attacked by Sen 
Femald in Sen discussion of meat packtng 
license bill. Ag ». 3:S 

Ber alu Cables : Foodstuffs : Railroads L 
Telegraph Une?; Wheat 

GOVEKNMENT EmptnyrB— FlgurPB on aal- 
aries !>ubmllted to Sen Kducation Com tiy 
joint Congressional Com on FteclimUlcs- 



of living and ^ 

0, 19 e 

ploye: _._ 
aOVKRNMENT Owmermhlp— Advovai™ iv. 
public utilities by G. M. Foss. In te,9tinunj- 
before Natl Electric Rys Com. Jl 25. 4:4: 
E. N. Hurley tells of conclusions drawn 
from hlB experiences as head of Shipping 
B<1. Jl 27. IV. 6:1: ed. NaUonalluUoD falls. 
Ag 24. III. 1:4 
Bee ■!•« Industries. Nationalisation: RaO- 

roads— Govt Ownership 



Fcoriiles 



S.-Ft- 



RSOKS—Ma 
em of Woman 


d Younger tflls of pres- 

imendment bv canl Indri 
s Party, ap art., S 7. VII, 


.L-o Cost o( 


Uving-Govemors- Cam- 



OOBMAN, Arthur Fne— death and c 
4, 13:3 

GOBHAN. J«bn J.— discusses army affairs, 
Ag3. Itl. 2:7 

GOSLING, Jamei— death. S Ifl. 13:5 

GOTHAM Nail Bank of M V— SUteinent. Jl 
e. 24:6; S 20, 17:7: quarteriy dlvd, S ZS. 
19:3 

GOTTENKEIMB, lliant) John C.-^laap- 
peared into unoccupied Gcrmnny with pay 
of .'ith U. S, Field Artillery; Germnn dvll 
authorities refuse to nrrest him and sur- 
i^nder him. Ag 20, 1T:5: brought back to 
Coblenz with payroll by German authori- 
ties. S H, 13:2 

GOTTnAL. (Mrit) Hsnnab— flccldentnlly kills 
daughter while contemplaUng suicide. Jl 3, 
S:fl 

GOTTHEIL. Bichard— Ir condemning pugU- 
Isllc encounters, Jl 13, III, 2:7 

OOTTBCHALK. Ferdinand— statement on 
Aelors' Fidelity League. Ag 26, 28:3 

GOtlOH, (Ocn), see Germany— Army— Bal- 
tic Regions 

OOVLI). Arthar J.-kUls 1 and wounds 4 at 
picnic, Ak 3, 9:3 

OODU>, (Mrs) Elisabeth Wright— death. Ag 



Union stock deal 

take an appeal to Appeuaie uivision. ji -i. 
24:3: threatened content over estate called 
off, Jl 11. 1.^:2: order removinB him ns 
trustee under father's will signed; counsel 
will file appeal. Jl \\ 22:2; appeals from 
decision. Jl Ifl. R:.'>: C. H. Kavannuch ob- 
tains Judgment growing out of Im-si-s In 
Trust Co of the Republic, 8 S, 20:6: 3 16. 



OOZflAn-A-TCBCZYNOWirZ. (MhipI i^mtw 
C— arrives In N T C from Uthuanla : d>- 
Bcrities conditions under Bolshevik! : i 

-" c. Jl 7, 13 - 

ne C.-refi 

- J in strike 

2:4: report of protest I 
correspondence with M 



tour abroad, reports European sh lifting 
conditions serloud. Ag 2ri, 14:1 

GHAIIV. tram) JahB. lee U. S.— Navy- 
Graft 

GRAP. Wllllxni. nee Prince A Co. 

GBAPT, Mr U. S.— Navy— Graft: U. S— War 

GBAHAH. A. n*.— accepts presideticy of 
Amer Cotton and Grain ExchaiiKe. Ac IT. 
II. .1:2 

GRABAM. lO. B. Beitr) Ghitb* B.— thinks 
that alcoholic contents allowed by wartime 
prohibition should be more lltwral. Jl 14. 
1:3 



activities of Natl Defense Adiison' Conn- 
cll In connection with war expenditures In- 
vestigation: quotes Judge Gary's wartiiog 



laws In purchase 



llnreeard of anti-trust laws In purrhas 
Jl a. 17:1; ed, Jl 9. 12:3; leiH 
Lse Com that draft records are 
rot, Jl in, 10:7 

tOERB (Dr) Charles ThtwAar*- 
appolnted Capt of Medical Corps attached 
to 47th State Inf. Jl 27. 3 :4 
GRAIN:- 
Argentina— Cereal prices advance 8han>Iy 
In Buenos Aires. Jl .1. 6:2; dealers ask 
more elevator and storage space to at- 
cotninodate Increased exi>orts. Jl 8. II. 
1:7; prices of corn and flaxseed stay up, 
despite drop In U. a. Jl 16, 24:8 



JulyStpU 1910. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



nrt H. H. >_. „ 

;_.— 100.000 carloads will be exported. 

A.S 24, <:« 
Hee b1» Crops: Wheat 
3RAIN Corp of the V. S.— Review ol worti 
for past 24 moa: H. C. Hoover reslyna aa 



I»:2: Pres Wilson give* J. S. L_ 

trol of wheat situation. Jl IT. 1:7; issues 
bulletin regardlnfr wheat agreements, limits 
trade contracts. Jl IT, 8;fl; will fix price at 
wheat and arbitrate dlsaBreements between 
producers and buyers. Jl 31, ]2:3: report 
of wheat movement for week endlne Julv 

11. Jl 23. 22:4; will conduct 

campalKn to prevent fires. Jl 2.^. 7:4; 
tern of H R permits ft - . - 



QBABTY, Cb>riH H. <contlnued)— 
cation. S 14, 3:1: says belief In League of 
Nittlans Is nation-wide. S 18, S:l: says Pres 
Wilson Is shy only In private, discusses 
effect of prohibition on erapa growing In 
Cal, S 23. 1 :2: says apathy on Peaca 
Treaty has been dispelled by Pr«s Wilson's 
tour. S 24. fl:5; tells of lllneaa of Pr^s Wil- 
son. S 27. 1 :7 

GSATON *^ Knight Mfg Co, SM Leather 

B Immigration— Deport&Uon 

Strike, •«• St. Ulchael's 



Ag 18. B:l 
OHABIBT ConialldatHl MIsli.. 

Power Co— Quarterly dlvd, Jl 1. 21:2 



Jl 



snis 



Fishlnt 



-raises Mai Gen Haan, Jl 24, 7:2: 

finds sentiment In Washington In favor of 
ratification of Peace Treaty. Jl 24, 8:7: 
foresees triumph tor Peace Treaty. Jl 31, 
3:5: urges speedy action by Sen In ratify- 
ing Peace Treaty. Ag S, 8;7: says Pres 
Wilson's leadership In cost of living prob- 
lem halted raillcala' menace and averted 
R R pertl, Ag 10, T ;1 ; views on R R prob- 
lem, Ag Id, «:7: (ells of probable results of 
conference of Prea Wilson with Sen For- 
eign Relations Com on Peace Treaty. An 
21, 10:7: discusses Republican opposition to 
Peace Treaty, Ag 24, 2:4: says navul sentl- 
t Is against single air bur. Ag 24. IV. 



: tells 



3f visit of Pres ' 



Louis. 3 6, 1:7; appreclcjion of Gen Persh- 

ar, S 8, 3:3. 5: commenU on Pres Wilson's 
aresB In Des Mojnes, S 8, 3:1; Interviews 
W. H. Cowles on ratification of Peace 
Treaty, B 13, 2:7; Ir acknowlcdglne war 
"rvlcea of Surgeon Oen Ireland. S 13, 10:6: 
•ays northeastern States are not excited 
>bout Peace Treaty, but would like ratlfl- 



GUAI,', 
-Aglta 



: ■>■■■ 



,-. ,. ,. Jhlp- 

..lenla goes Into effect Aug 1, Jl 31. 20:3: 
a.nnounces new flour plan, will receive 
weekly offers after Aug 5, Ag 2, 13 :5 ; wheat 
prices on low-grade purchases, Ag 37, 18:8: 
Ag 29. 11:4: Ag 28. 3:5; urges caution to 
prevent explosions. S 14. II, 1:S 
GRAMPIAN, (Allan llner)-Kl(s Iceberg. Jl 
11, 15:4; body found In ruins of bow, Jl 12, 
3:3 
ORAN. <MaJ) TryiBTc. see Aeronautics— 
Handley-Page Plane 
" U. S.. 



GBAVUS, E. 8.— voices textUe men's [de& 
for admitting German dyes, 8 M. III. 12:1 
QKAVES. (Col) Heary S.— advocates public 

Rees, s' 20, 11:3 ' 

(MaJ Oca)^ WUliun BldB«T— will 



A11-R 



and Sailors' 

'hlte seeks injunction to 

„ appearing with Gaieties 

of 191». Jl 24. 28:2 
GRAZING L.andB. iM Pasture Lands 
GRAZIOLI, (Gen), see Fliune— Franco-Ital- 
ian Clash 
GREAT Aduntle A Paelfle T« G«-Salea 

frn™ .Inr. (n AUR, S 2T. 18:5 

In. iM ElDglend. 






._ — RiT>ubIle--Invltatlon to 

attend first annuwl convention of Amer 
LfgloD is accepted bv C. E, Adams. In be- 
half of Jelegates. Ag 22. 34:2: convention 
in Coiui^bus. S 11. 4:6: S 13. 2:8 

GRAND Larceny, ire Larceny 

URAMltli. Jullaa— says Switzerland asks 
freedom of the Rhine. Jl 13, 3:3: quotes 
from book by Admiral Pose, " Revelations 
Concerning Our Collapse." showing that 
former German emperor was weak and 
vain. Ag 15. 33:1 

OltANOK, CBaron) Laols de 1 
IB. 13:4 

GRANT, Robert— re-el ectfd Pres of Harvard 
Unlv Bd of Overseers, S 30. 7:3 

GRANT, <Col) Sydney— died for bravery. Jl 



. George Washing- 



Peace Conference at luncheon of Advertis- 
ing Club: calls Prea Wilson maker of peace, 
says Burope is depending on U. 3. for help 
and guidance. Jl 17, 2:5: believes frankness 
of Ppes Wilson Is overcoming Sen opposi- 
Uon to League of Nations, Jl 19, 2:4: says 
Pres^ Wilson has no 3d term aaplrations. 



IM Steel— Strike 

8 8— Establishes wi 

for transatlantic round trip, Jl 



Norther 



rM 



GREAT Hsrtfaem Rr Co-^Annuai Report, Jl 

8, 23:2 
GREATER N T TeDaati' l«agne, ■•• Hous- 
ing Problems— N Y S Fund 

rce— Deposits required on Imports, 



GKEEPE, 

21. 11:2 
GREEK -.4 



) PanllB»— death, Jl 
lABgne, see Greeks 



„, „. . I Rumanian Churches 

attend meeting In N Y C under auspicea of 
Anglican and Eastern AsBoc of the Bpl^ 
copal Church —' — ..-.«=n. 



6:2: Archblshi 
persecution of 

vlkl. Jl 20. II, ; 

Bi-alnat Poles' t 
S 28, 2:1 



is start^ 
-.J I ted co-operation of Christian 
In U 3. Bgalnst BolshevikI, Jl 1' 
hblshop Platon tells history i 



GREEK I 



__rtlcle by W, Uttletield 

,., Dodecaneslans, Jl 13, VII, 11:1 

GREEK LjiDiuage, aee Classics 

GREEK Loyalists' I^agno of AnHP-Con- 
ventlon In N Y C; peace treaty with Ger- 
many aporoved, S 2S, 3:5 

GRXEK8 In Aula Minor— Atrocities perpe- 
trated by Turks Bgalnst them In Black Sea 
territory described by Archbishop of Aro- 
asla and Samaoun to Pres of Graek-Amei 
Pontus League Jl 5, 10:1; Turks occupy 
Aldln which Greeks evacuated, taking civ- 
ilians with them. Jl 8. 4:8; 11 killed near 
Sokla, Jl 8, 8:6; Greeks are driving Turks 
south of Smyrna: bodies Of mutilated vic- 
tims found. Jl 13. 17:3; Peace Conference 
will determine areas of occupation, Veniie- 
los savs there are 115,000 troops there. Jl 
17. l:S: Boy Scouts at Aidin tortured by 
Turks, Ag 15. 15:6 
See also SmyrnP 

GREEKS In Smrrna. »« Smyrna 

GREEKS in Thrace— Lr by E. Anghelakls on 
numerical superiority over Bulgars. Jl 27, 

See at» European War— Peace Conference 
-Thra 



THE NEW YOBK TIUE8 INDEX. JidySfU. 1919. 



OKBBLXT Sq, sH N T C— BtreetB 
OKBELOCX Co— Dlvd, Jl 31, 21:5 
GRBXN, Adolph— death, 3 4, 13:3 
QBEBN, (Col) Edwmrd Howluid Bsblnson— 

KTOund Ijroken for hame on site of HowlEUid 
estate at So Dartmouth, Uaaa. Jl S. DC, 1:8 
OBBBir, <Mt>) BUiabath Jims— death, Jl A. 

QBBBN, Bobert P.— Ir on why Irish till the 
•oil, Ae IB, 12:7; ed. As 20, M:5; reply 
by C. 3. Linton. As SB, 10:8 

QBEBN, (B«) Btaphen H. — death and 
career, Jl M, 9:6 

OBBBN, Tlvlan— wife files answer to sepa- 
ration ault. A« 30. 4:3 

ORBBN, WarTMi I..— death and career, Ag 
13, 11:3; At IS. 11:4 

OBBBN, WnUam— reporta on ETOwlh and 
financial condition of United Mine Workers 
of Amer, at Cleveland convention, 8 10, 2:2 
Bee aUa Frinten- Strike 

OBBBN, (destnrer), Me U. B.— Navy— Oreen 

OBEBNBAVM, BUM— death and career, Jl 
20, e:S 

QRBBNB, Frederick Blaarl—BtateiDent on 
problems and condlUona of N Y H roads. 



i 21, II, 10:8; 



and nut trees Blons I 



War Dept, S 21, IV, 12 
ORBBMB, Ol -~ -.- 



I uniform laws 1 



W,-death, S 23, 17: 

OBBBNB, Harrr IrrlBj— death, " " ' 
OBBEMB, " '-■'- — 



, „„., 17:6 

, , , , Uearletta^nomlnated for 

overeeer ot the poor In Peekaklll. S 19, 



OBBENB, Jaek— receives Pulitzer art travel- 
InK scholarship of (1,600, Jl 27, 16:* ,., 

OBBBNB, (Mai) Joseph C— message telling 
ot Turkish Invasion of Armenia; urges 
military acUon of allies, Jl 31, 

OBBBNB, (U. 8. Renr> Wlllia 

firompt action on military bills. ii.l j 
lean House conference, Ag XT, 3:3 
OKBENOCOH, (Mrs) Bleanor W, 
ThWBltea, N. Q. 

OBEENWICH B 

OBEBNWICH VUlage.— Sodal ^conditions 






■ee Simkhovitch, 



assailed bj 



by Justic 
suit of M 



■ in decision In 

Mrs M. E. Hand, 8 14, II, 



OBBBB, (Bllhen) DbtM Ha 

and his wills filed, S 27, 13:4 
OREBB, Jea ^— " ' 



by C. 
. of Odessa Jews 
reported, Ak 3, 



GBBOORX, ( 



OBIFFIN. { 



resolutton for all-Consreaa radOca- 

tion of treaties, Jl 29, 2:8 

OBIFFIN, Kal»--deBlKnated tor Democratic 
nomlnaUon to N. T. Assemblr, As 18, 14:4 

OBIPFITH8. Arthiu ITloe Pns at Irlak Ba- 
publle)— Interviewed: tells ot wnmga to 
Ireland at hands of Bnxland: inslsta on 
Independence: asks Pres Wilson's aid. Jl 
25, 15:8; statement on suppression ot IiWt 
Parliament, S 16, 16:4 

8«e alao Surapean War— Peace Conf«r«Dce 
—Ireland— Sinn Fein Delentas 

0RI008, John W., see N T S 

JL "'"mS U. S.- 

Arniy— Prison Conditions, Jl 30 
GBIP, see Influenia 
GRIBCOM, (Bev) Aeton— article on crime 

record of Germany before the war. Ag 10. 






strike. As 



„, Bwald — report that he Is author- 
ized to send relief expedition Into Oer- 
many Is denied by Sec Polk. Jl IB, 18:2 
GROCERY Tnid>>— Bronx retail men meet to 
oppose Jobbers' methods, Ag 9, 3:8; sales of 
Qt Atlantic A Pacific Tea Co from Jin- 
Aug. S 27. 18 :S 
See also Meat— Grocery Activities ot Pack- 

OBnLIER Clnb—Bxhlbltlon by Sec of Icono- 

philes. Jl 13. Ill, 3:1 
OBONNA, (D. 8. Ben) Asia J.— causes Sn 



(or 



mkinf 






„ provide long-time creditB „ 

Amer export trade. Jl 24 19:8; ed. Jl 10, 
8:2: blames Food Administration for high 
cost of 11 vine, says wheat shortage wtll 
keep prices up. In Sen debate, Ag 5, 1:7: 
urges action on Peace Treaty b^ore pre- 
senting food le^Btatlon. Ag 8. 3:1: ed on 
his attack on Hoover. Ag S. 8 :9 : comments 
on Pres Wilson's message on Illvng costs. 
Ag B. 1:4: charges fraud In wheat price- 
fixing; says farmers are victimliEed. Ag 
13. 1:6;: J. M. Barnes denies wheat price 
fraud. Ag 18, 14 :3 

OROPPBB. Nathaalel W., see Pictorial Ke- 
vlew Co 

GItOBYENOR, (Terr Rev) WlUlam M.— me- 
morial tablet unveiled In Trlnl^ E^lscival 
Church. Ijcnox. Jl 7, 13:2 

~ ropean Wai^priaon- 



„ , , „,) Thomas C— credited with 

tenlng overthrowal of Kun Oovt In 
Hungary. Ag 3 " ' "•-• ' ~ " 



QRBMADEB— District At^ Swann protests 

against sale, Ag 10. 11, 1:9 
ORBNFBIX, Wiltred T.~Letter oa reindeer, 

Jl 18, 10:6: eds, Jl IB, 8:5 
ORBNIjI, (Mrs) Anaette— death, B 20, 11:S 
tfnid-^ett 

lude In U. a. Sen o 

III, 2:1 
OBEY, of Falloden 



approval. Ag 10, 4:5; Is likely to accept 
post Ag 13, 10:8; ed, Ab 14, 8:1: accepts 
appointment to U. S.. temporarily, Ag 14, 
19:4: will leave for U. S. in Sept: press 
■. Ag 15, 16:7; will sail tor U. " 

— • - " - g task i_ ■_ 

.-. 8 14. 12:3; 

Is bringing his own tea to U. S.. S 20. 8:3; 
leaves London : messaee from E^rl Curson, 
8 21, 8:4: career sketched by F. W. W^ile, 
8 21, HI. 6:1; arrives In N T C; statement 
to the press, S 27. 1 :4 ; arrives In Wash- 
ington. 8 28, T:4: ed. S 2S. 12:2 

OBIBBIN, (Mrs) Martha Connoi^-dsath, Ag 
28. 11:4 

OBIBBON, (Sergt) John J— wins D S C, Jl 



Bslon of jugo^av territory In Flume. S 30. 

ice, see Insurance— LJfe 
Fmn— Proves value ot bosl- 
lent and united effort In farm 

dairying described. Jl 12, 7:1 

OHOVEIt, Dwlsbt W.— Ir of protest against 
hissing of Pres Wilson at Irish mas* meet- 
ing In N Y C, Jl 14, 10:7 
OBITBB. Henry B.— death, S 17. 13:3 
QITANTANAMO Sugar Co— Quarterly OtvO, 

S 10. 20:8 
GVABANTY Trust C* of N T:— 
Belgian ^Tr^sury— Becomes flnsncial agent 



mployes, Jl 29. 22:5 



Increased business, J 



also Seaboard Steel and 



Corp 

GUATEMALA, see Tariff— Guatemala 
OCAYAQliII^-Presents medal to I>r Connor 
in recognition of campaign against ydlow 
fever, Ag 12, 15:8: bill for (4,000,000 loan 
Introduced In Ecuador Congreas, S B. 21:4 
GCATAqciL and Bcuader By, ••• Labor— 

Ecuador 



Jtdg^ept^ 1919. THE NEW YORK TIHES INDEX. 



meros— Slxni HADJICB— la Serbbui MlalM«r Of War, As 



T Chamber of Coinmerce. Jl 21. 12 ;8 
OOEBIN, T. M .-appointed to N Y S I«bor 

Arbitration Bd. S 20, 15:fl 
OUKBNeET, Florenee--eiitate. S 24, 29:6 
OFFrXT, Joisph, SH Meilc*— Bnndlta. Ak 

GuaOBNBEIH, DanlFl—otfers to aid In 
providing fund tar Natl Social Unit Or- 
ganization; BHks others to help. Ag 11, 10:4 



brain-workers 



cc OtflcUli— Federation 
a trade -union lines d 
mce In London, Jl ZT, 



HAUUSy, HHsId—tellB of condltloaa In Ru»- 
-sla under Bolshevist rule, Jl S, 11 :4 

HADUiY, Morrle-^nuTlea KatherlDs C 
BlodKelt. Jl 13, 22:1 

HAEOKBI,, (Pntt) Eriul Kalailab— deattl 
and career, Ag 10. 23:3 
~«AaEM, WBltor. see Sports— Qolf 

HAOGABD, H. Bldsi^-comment on his dedi- 
catory Ir to Garl Curxon In his n«« book, 
■■Whan the World Shook,'' Jl 20. Vllf, 
370:2; Ir by J. B. Homnns, Jl 2T, vm. 386:2 

HAOOB^TY, XaoIs C, sm U. B.— Navy— 



QVn.JAyr. Ang. ».— Ir suKKSBtlng plebiscite 

on n&tl prohibition, Jl 2T, III. 1 :T 
OOINNBaa (Sir) Bdward CmU— created an 



rebuked by A. B. Law, A« IS, 15:7 
aciKZBBBO (Col) H * --- -^ 



I Federated HAHNBMAl 



alH Jersey City— Police 

L'E, WesleT MoL.— wlil conduct ichoo! 

irepare enlisted men for Annapolis ex- 

-■■■■ — - ■ Ag24, VII, 2:1 

ipltal, see TTnnrHnln M 



aOIJCK, (l>r) Bldner 
rean aituatlon. Ag 18. fl:3; called Japanese 
agent by Sen Phelan. who Bhows Ir to prove 
Oulick sponsored Dtlllnghani iRimigratlon 
bill. As 18, 4:1; denies Phelon's statements, 
Ag 19. 10 :2 

OCMP, Predartck, see Tliaw. H. K. 

OrNN, (Mrs) MuT reals* (I^enlse Arnet)— 
death. Ag IS, 7:0 

OrNNBBSON, Jaesb— death, Jl S, 20:4 

QCNFOWDEB, see Commerce, Ehiropean 
Wai^-Army Equipment 

OVM8, •«• U. S.— Army— Guns 

acNSON. Jeba J., see N Y C— Police Dept— 
Vice Squad 

OCNTHEB, (Mn) Annie B.— death, Jl 0, 

OENTON. (Prof) George— death and career. 
8 13. 11 :7 

ODTHBIE. WUUain D.— calls prohibition en- 
forcement bin unconsUtutlonal, Ag 3. 1:3 
8e* alsa Society to Help Devastated 
Churches In France 

OFTIKBBEZ, (Oen) I.»pem. see Honduras 

OCTMANN, (Mrs) EUBBlKtb Ben ' 



OCTTBBBOK. 



« American Re- 



burglary, J! ij 1 
OUTTIEBREZ, (Oea) Rafael, see Honduras 
GCTEB, (Lt) Lea O.— sentence for violating 
Articles of War confirmed by P res Wilson, 
Ag 10. II. 1:8 
OFYNEKEB. tCapt) Qeorses— Amer Legion 

port named after him. S 2, 1S:B 
OCZMAN. OonUsno. see Mexico— Rebellion- 
Northern 
OTLIJINFI.TCBT, (Capl) Thatea B.—sen- 
tence for violating onlers commuted, Ag 
10. II, 1:8 
OTMNABT1C8, see Sports— Athletics 
BAAN, Rudolph M., Me Amer Relief Comm 

for Hungarian Stlfterers 
BAAN, (MnJ Oea) WUUam George— takes 
command of military forces to quell Wash- 
ington race riots. Ji 23, 2:1: keeps Wash- 
ington QuIet: praise by C. H. Grasty, Jl 
24. 7:2 
BAAS, Bd— death, Ag IS, 13:4 
HAA8K. (Mre> Eva— death, S 13. 11:7 
BAABE, Hugo— charges plot to restore for- 
mer German Emperor by monarchists under 
von der Oolts In Baltic region: accuses sol- 
diers of beating women, Jl 31. 2:fl: ed. Ag 
1. 10:1 
RACHTMANN. Jshn Adalph— death, S 20. 

11 :a 



-.e City of Newcastle that British Armr 
won the war; comment by Sec Balur, A 
10. 3:2; says In London that he liopM be 
can bestow praise on British without clv- 
ing offense, Jl 18. 3:2; defended br M*J 
Qen Liggett. Jl 21. 1:2 



ed. S 71, 12:3 
Decorates U Amer otflcera, Jl 8, 4. '7 
Earldom— will be ttestowed on blm, Af S, 

17:7; origin of tlUe told ot by J. A. K. 

Edlngton, Ag 17, IV, 10:2 
Illness— 111 after victory parade. Jl 20, 1:B 
Irish mass meeting In N Y C hisses blm, 

Jl 11. 1:4; ed. Jl 14, 10:4 
Lofayette-Marne Day n 



:. S T, S:2 



Pensions— criticises arroy system ia 
mony to Commons Com. says Huuiy Olll- 
cers are left penniless after being dis- 
charged, Jl 2. 17:3 
HAIOBT, Charles 8.— urges co-operation In 
shipping, says chief source of friction bs- 
tween U. S. and England must Iw elimin- 
ated. Ag 17. IV. 6:1 



bandits. B 8L 7:8 
Bwln dlins-^toelt 



HAITI-^ U. B. marines killed by cMnradM 
who thought they were bandits. I " " 

HAI.BBBO, Oscar, ~ ' 

Frauds. S 8 
- HALBFIKOBB, Isai 
Washington 

BAI.E, (Mrs) Beatrice Forbes Bobortsoa— 
addresses Intematl Conference of Woman 
Physicians on dress problems. & 19, IS :4 

MAI.B, Crelgbtan— career as a movie actor. 
Ag 24, IV. 4:1 

BAI.E, (O. 8. HeiO Fiedcriek— correspon- 
dence with C, B. Hughes over tatter's pro- 
posal for 4 reservations for League of 
NaUona. Jl 20. 3 :1 

HALE. M.— letter on the Sinn Fein, Jl 14, 
10:7 

HALE, WlUlam Bayard— accused hj W. 
Gates In testimony to House Rules Com of 
dealing with Carranaa Govt while ropr of 
Pres Wilson In Mexico and returning to 
ir. S. and going with the Germans at high 
salary and reporting favorably to WUson 
on Carranxa. Jl 29. 3:9: denlea charges of 
Gates In telegram to House Rules Com, Jl 
30. 2:6 

BALBT. (Mrs) BUaabelA OlaA— dMth, S 1, 



I stimulate British production. 



career, Ag 14, S:2 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. Jtdii^tpU, 1919. 



t NamaB— clt«d by FreDCb, 



HAZX, EdWMd HacaBBa, MB ICaHT. Kt 
UAU^ Fnok &.— death. Jl 1ft, S:7 
HAIX. 0««me, He Bllard, J. 
HAIX , - 

HALL, Joha D., im De I^mar. J. R. 

HAI.L, Mbit I~— wiU. S S5. 30:2 

HAU^ (M»> Val^lae G— death. As 18, 7:6 

HAUj q« -- " " "-*" 

HALU, 

GoDda 



e N r Unlv 



I Natl Retail Diy 



HALIiBCK, Charlca— dealh. A« IS. 7:0 
HAIjL,OCB, 4ahB Hcarr— death, 8 IS. 1S:S 
HALPIN, (f ■ — " ■ " "--"- 
HALBTRAD, (CsBsol) AllHrt--wam 



»th. 8 1 



—AHDRO, WltUau H.— death. Ag 21. 11:4 
HAMRVRO — Pre«ent condltiona contrMted 

with fomier acUvltr, S 24, !»:«: dock 

workers strike, S 28. 15:8 

S*e aUo Qennany— Sparladde Revolts. 
HAHRUBO-AmcT B 8 liao-Closes offices In 

Holland; flest ahlp has aiiUed for U. S.. S 

10, »:3 



B alls K 



S S Co 



HAMBVBO Talki-Kflltnac, ■« 1 

6 8 
BAlfBT, Goidea Fairejitt— boy 

Qordon. aayi le 

deeds. Jl 9. 13:4 

ia 7:2: atty files r 



e wafl inured b 



S:8: I 



t hia 



e Identity, Jl 20 8'3; w 
- ; Insists real name 

Baidu4 Bon— death, S 1 



Aflen, Jl 21. 12:1 
HAHEI„ ■ ■ 

Jl:7 
HAMII,!.. (N 1 ASSei-.^w—-"! -; 

record suimnarlsed by Cltljens Union. Ax 

HAMILTON. AUiander - attitude 
adoption uid ratlflcAtIo 



'"cftUeJ 



( U. S. Constltu- 
ly T. W, Hunt, 

?;;^ii«i'bV'srRrT«i>er, s^, m. i^ 

BAHILTOM, Ofirtnde, see Harvey, D. 
HAMILTON. Plerpont Morjiao — marries 

Harle U Blair, S 12, 13:3 
HAMILTON, Kob.« a.. J^-accusea N T C 

police of aiding J. Ryan who look money 

from him In matehfnB confidence gamf. 

chaTxes win be InvestTgated by I- Wall- 

Stein. Jl 28, 7:1; Ryan'. " ' "" 

posed to be Regan (br" 

M. Re^n). .Pil' " 



d Jury, Jl 28. 20:2: 






,a.i' obtains writ of piohibition 

„ r Judge Mclntyre „from gT^K 

client immediately. 
tried for forglnf; ch. 

Lieut "' " "- 

brothp 



■out hPlpIng hiB 
1 of Regan or 



If' iJeut m: Regan Is guilty of alleged at- 
tempt to shield from prosecution his brother 
Peter. Ag 31. 6:4 
HAMILTON. WllHam H.— death. Ag fl. »:2 
BAHKKB (Oenaaa Bpaitaclda leader)— 

found slain. S 15. ].-S:7 
HAMMEBSLEY. Henry— death and career, 

HAHMERBLOl'OH, Samoel-eslate. Ag 12. 

HAMMER8TB1N Amnsement Co., ■« Ham- 

mersteln, O. __ .„ ,r 

HAMMEBRTEIN, AMhoi^E. Wjmn BBsaifs 

him at N. Y. S. Federation of l^abor con- 

venUon, Ag 27. 2:8 
HAHMEKBTEtN. Osoa^-lll. Jl 20. 4:3; III. 

„ .» «... .. o, Q.J, j^g i_ ]i:i; death and 
; ed. Ag 2. 8:4; funeral 



. Ag 2. 1 



fl 31, B:2; , 



HAMHKR8TBIM, Oscar (canttnned)— 
3.V98 shares of stock transferred in their 
names. S 20. 11 :3 

HAMMOND, Daaald— indicted on Charge ot 
forgery, Ag 1, 18:2 

HAMMONU, BTo-returtui to U. S. ; decora- 
tions. Jl 1. 13:3; tells of achlevemeiits ot 
reconstructive surgery. Jl 27, 12:1 

HAMMOND, Jain H.-H>laiu for flnanciog 
Intematl Petroleum Co. obJacted to tv T. 
E:. Wing, Jl 12. 7:8 

HAMMOND, J^iB B. — takes over manage- 
ment of South Amer department of ImMe 
& Co. Jl 13, II, 4:2 

HAMMOND, lad., aee Standard Steel Car Co 

HAMPSHIBE Caast (0 B}, i 
nitlouB 

HAMPTON 

,"l7T" 

HANAN, Alfred Partridro— death and career, 
S 28, 22:4 

HANAN. James DaltWB— death. Ax 1, 11:4 

HANCHIN, aUehael J.— tells of formation ot 
republic of Ruslnla. S 14. lU. B:l 

HAND, Clandlns I>— New referee to ba nam- 
ed In wife's divorce suit, B 20. 24 :3 

BAND, (Mn) Lncr H.— death, Ag 10, 23:2 

HAND, (Mn> Manarel B.-dedslon reserved 
by Justice Telmey in applicaUon of hus- 
band's counsel to have alimony reduced, S 
14. II. 1:7 

HANDBAas— UanufactoTVd extenslrelr In 
ArgenUna, Ag 3. II, 7 :4 

HANDLED, (C. 8. Csasol Gen) WUllaBi W. 
—Ill, S 20. 11:3; death, S 20, 13:2 

HANDLET-Pag* Alrnlaoe C— Will cany 
mall In Bra£l, S 18. 4:S 
Bee also Aeronautlca— Haiidley-I^«e 

HANDBHAKEB— Montdalr health attlev^ 
warns against niread of disease by that 
method. S 22, 18:3 

HAN?, TokliAl— death, Jl 4, 

HANBT, (Dr) James V 

for better h *- — ' 

III. 3:3 

HANEV, (Mrs) Ji-imle Pamereae— death and 
career, Jl IS, S:7 
. HANBT, IiBDlB H., see Southern Wholesale 
Grocers' Assoc 

HAMFOBD, George Benaett— death. Jl 8, 

HANGO. Plaland-Co formed to establMi 
tree port. Ax U. 18:4 

HANIAT, Thomas— arrested on charca ot 
robbery, S IS, 8:2 

HAHHA, Kngea* W.-death, Jl IT, 13:4 

HANNBMAN. Carl, see Ford, P. U. 

HANOTER, Oen 
taclde Revolts _ _ 

HANOTER NaH Baak— Statements, Jl 8, 
2A:2 S 18, 24:3; divd, 9 20. 17:3 

HANSEEN, H. P., sea Schlesw1g-HoIat«In, 
Jl 25 

HANSON, Earl C— Invents system for guid- 
ing ahlpH In fogs, S 7, 23:3 

HANSON, (Marar) ole— addresses NaU Edi- 
torial Assoc, advocates selective immlgra- . 
tlon, with sclentine distribution of those 
permitted to enterj urges increased_pay_for • 



a strike; reference to S. Oompers's radi- 
tendencles, S 1, 1:8; ed, S 1, 8:6; on se- 
lective Immigration. S 1. 8:7: ed, S 2. 18:5; 
Ir from J. Fridfelt, S B, 10:8; ed. S 8. 10:5: 
Ir from J. S. Hudaon, S 9. 18:8; correction 
of his reference to S. Gompers's radical 
tendencies, 8 13, 11;«; Ir by W. S. Key. S 
, III. 2:4: Western V-"^??- .^^J^i^S ' 



plans. Ag 3, 22 :n 

at funeral. Ag 4. ^-, --.(-, 

by Rev Dr Silverman. Ag 5, 20:1; will. A* 
8. 18:3: J. G. Hunek.-- '- »" ^* <V- 



: fui 



that caused misunderstanding ot reference 

to Oompers. S 22. 7:3; Intr — ' ■* '— ° 

Barry, sp art, S 28, VII, 8 :: 
"licTe, Ag 24,' f^ HANSON. Thamaa A„ see 

HANSON, (Capt) William H,— wUl serve as 
Sgt at Arms of sub-comm of Innulry ta 



Steei-Strike- 



Mezlcan situation by U. B. Sen, S 7, 18: 



JuiySeptn 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



HArOOOD, WofB may ba appointed to 
Intematl Camin that will admlniBter ScHles- 
wig during pleblBclte. Jl 26. 3:4 

HAPSBUBO, FitmllT— Son born to ez-Ehn- 
presB Zlta, 8 8, 1S:T 
Se« alts Hungary— Monarchy, Restoration 

BAKA. Fiemler of Japwi— Bsaurea Federal 
Council of the Churches of Christ that re- 
tonna In admlnlBtrallon ot Korea will tte 
carried out. Jl 18. 17:1; tells reprs of Ken- 
sel-Kal Party that should disturbance In 
China continue Japan may be comtietled to 
adopt measures tor seteeuardlng Japanese 
iDterests; dlseuBses attempt of some mem- 
bers of U. S. Sen to separate League of 
Nations from Peace Treaty. Jl 25. 1 :8 : pre- 
dicts recognition of All- Russian Govt by 
Japan. Jl 36. 3:G; says Shantung's return 
rests with China. Ag 16, .f:S: statement on 
new order of Govt for Korea, Ag 21, S:Z 

HARBACn. Otto— Elected Pres of Stage 
Writers ProtecUvo Assoc, Ag 22, 1:* 

HARBEN, -wm N.— death and career. Ag 
8. &:2: denies Japanese designs on Shan- 
tuns. S 1. 1:3 

HABBORD. (MsJ Oen) James O.— career: 
sp art, port. Jl 27. VII. 1:3; will head 
Amer mission to Armenia, Ar 6. 9 :8 : mis- 
sion defined by Sec Lansing; Pres Wilson 
believed to think highly of him as Gover- 
nor Gen of Armenia, Ag \*. 3 ;1 ; ed, Ag 1.^. 
10:4; leaves Constantinople for Armenia; 
believes In principle of mandate by U. S.. 
S 9. ld;2 

HARBOBS, see Fort Pond Bay; N T C— 
Port. 

HARCOCKT, (Tiiconnt)— receives t2-'W,000 
under win of Mrs ^V. H, Bums, Ag 25. 3;B 

HABCaURT, <Prof> Ausasta* Omrge Ter- 



HABJES, Beman B.— ia chairman of French 

Com for Roosevelt Memorial. S 23. 8:3 
HABI.BM Co-operative Btndents' I>Bgae— 

D. !>. Freedman aaka court for injunction 
to restrain Bd of Education from permit- 
ting use of public school bidg, Jl 11, 22 ;2 
HARLEM Patriotic l^eagu*— Memorial aer- 



iilgh "bridge opposed,' S"», 24:3' 
HARLIjEE, <Unit Col) William C— Is re- 
sponsible for national rifle matches which 
open at Caldwell. N J, tomorrow, Ag 3, 



1:3: 1r by F. W. Wile on unsultablllty 
Amblo the U. S., Jl 29, 8:6 

— tella_of bacteria carrying 



17:1 



re, S_21, IT. 12;2 



: Dunkirk. Jl 2. 



HABDINO, <Capt) Edward M.— sentence for 
violating: orders commuted, Ag 10. II, 1 ;8 

HARDINO, W. R. a— tr to Sen McLean 
says currency legislation to reduce Infla- 
tion Is unnecessary and undeHlrnhlp- mie- 
gests working and saving 

1:7: ed, Ag 12,8:1 
HARDINO, {V. 8. Sen) Warren O.— com- 
ments on Pres Wilson's address to Sen on 
Peace Trenty and League of Nations. Jl 
U. 3:7: offers resolution that Chairman of 
Foreign Relations Com be Instructed to re- 
ply to Pres Wilson's rcdueet for approval 
of appointment of Amer repr on Repara- 
tion Comm that It can't take place until 
treaty Is ratified, Jl 22. 2:7: opposition to 
ratlrrcatlon of Peace Treaty Is causing dis- 
satisfaction among members of his party 
In Ohio who are circulating petitions to 
1 it Jl 2fl. 2:3: boomed for 



fers .,._ 
31, 1:1; 



1 Pres Wilson o 



. Treaty, Jl 

irts of Pres WU- 
costs, Ag 0, 1:4: 



Foreign Relations Com majority report, S 

BARDiNO. (Qov) WlUlam Lloyd— discusses 

call money rates. Jl 10. 8:2 
BARbX, (U. B. R^r) R-fn—row with Repr 



Bare, c. w.— teati 

lion on delay In sale~of'rl 
Plans for selling army enui 
France. Jl B, 18:4; arrives at _ 
close deal for sale of U. S. Army suppll. 
to French Govt, Jl 28, 4:2; opens Paris o 



before Hoi 

londltures Investlga. 

• •—'• nupplles. and 

luipment In 



Me In tyre. J 

HABMBWOBTB, CeeU B— tells C 

slaying of Jews In Ukraine, Jl B, 17:4; says 
In Commons that British Govt considers 
recalling envoy to VaUcan. Jl 17, 17:7; 
tell a Commons that German Govt seeks 
trodf, tlnn with Soviet RUBflla, Jl 18, 1:2; 

Great Britain with 



Persia does 



flee tt _ 
■tocks I; 



V Burpfiis'ij. sT'Anny 



. . urge W.-death, Ag 22^ 11 ;6 
BARFER, Ida B a stwl— tribute to br Anna 

H. Shaw, Ji 8. 10:8 
BARPEB, <Capt) JobB B.-marrlGB Margaret 

Barrette, Ag 7. 7:3 
HARRAL, (MsJ) William Wrigbt— death. S 

18, 13:5 

BARRIEH, IBrIg Gea) aeorge B.— story of 
how he was decorated with Russian medal 
of St George by Russian prisoners In 
Germany. Ag 11. 3:3; returns to the U. S., 
tells how Amer officers of mission to Ber- 
lin were Insulted by German cIvlllanB, S 

19, 18:3 

HABRIGAN, Edward— arrested on charge Of 
stealing check. Ag 1. S:S 



during hike, Ag 2S. ^4:4 
kM Natl Bank— Semi-annual dlvd, 
Jl 3. 10 :n; Postmaster Gen Burleson tells 
House Com that he has no trace of mail 
supposed burned In airplane accident, Ak 
1, 3:4; Ktatemenl, a 18, 24:7 

HARBINQTON, (Got) Emerson Coloinbaa— 
plans food InvesUgation In Md, Jl 28, 2:8 

HARRINGTON. John Walkeiw^peclal article 
on career of J. E. Jacobs. Post Office In- 
spector, Jl (1, VII, 1:1; Interviews J. R, 
Nugent, candidate for Democratic nomina- 
tion for Oov or N J, who opposes all pro- 
hibition, Jl 13, rv, 1:1: discusses use of 
helium for flying purposes, Jl 27. Ill, 7:1; 
tells of demobtlliatlon of armies after 
former ward. Ag 10, IV. 7:2; sp art on 
bill drafted by Repr Carter for self-deter- 
mination for Amer Indians. Ag 10, VII, 
4:1: discusses work of Fair ftlce " — 



ShelbyvlUe, lU.. says harder work, greater 
efficiency, and Increased production are 
vital needs of U. S. now; assails Plumb 
R R plan. Ag 13, 21 :3 
BARBIB, Rm croon P.— says there la too 
much competition in food line, Ir, Ax SlI, 

HARRIS, (Lt) Erainet— death, S 28. 22:2 
HARRIS, <U) Guy— arrives In U. 8. on 
the R-34; discusses trip. Jl 7, 2:S; comment 
on return flight of R-34, Jl 14, 2:2; wins 
Air Force Cross. Ag 2S, 1 :2 



THE NEW YORE TIUES IKDEX. Jtdtf^apU, 1919. 



lAniuD. iH.iHH> — jTuuipton LAkc dfKKK^ 'or 
body after I* Decker says ahe was BWepl 
over dam: latter held as material witness. 
Jl 30, 1:3: body found below dam: Decker 
Itkely to be releued. Jl 31, 16:3: Decker ex- 
onerated, Ak 1, 16:7 

HARBIB. (Babbl) Madrlce B.— extract from 
ROBh ha-Shanah iiennon, 8 !M. 13:3 

HARBI8, Maiwril B — sues B R T to teat 10- 
cent Coney Island fare, Ag 2, 1S:2 

HABKIH, (LI) Harcan K.~wlns D S C, AK 
G. 18 :S 

HARRIS 

fore api — = „ 

Dept expenditures, exhibits draft records, 
Jl IT, 8:1 

HARRIH. Hun B.— summoned to court ac- 
cused of striking H. L>ambert. striking 
actor. Ag 13, 1:3: charee dismissed: resigns 
from L,ambs Club. Ag 21, 1 :2 

BABBI8, W. Dale— death. S 2B, 13:3 

^ from Knglsnd 



n reducing living costs, Ag 



mediate actl< 

e, 3:1 
HABRIBRrRO, >r« U. S— Army— Demoblll- 

Httlon— Return of Expeditionary Forces— 

Harrisburg Welcome 
BARRI8DUBO Uiht * Pawn Co— Pfd dlvd, 

S 24, 2fl:4 
BARRIHOM, A. Tattle, see Costa Rica 
BABBIBON, Carter B.— will be Democratic 

candidate for nomination to U. S. Sen, Ag 



ST. 9:4 



[rails 



I labor r 



radical mutiny within unlonsi tells of In- 
flated wages. 8 S. 15:1; ed, 6 S, 10:2 

BABBIBON, HlltoD— becomes Kxccutlve 
Manager of N, Y. S. Savings Bank Assoc, 
S 11. 22:2 

BARBIBON. (r. H. Ben) Pal— comments on 
Pres Wilson's appeal to Sen for ratification 
of Peace Treaty and L«ague of Nations. 
Jl 11, 3:7: lUcens Sen opponents of I>:Hgue 
of Nations to MUton'a "hell hounds": 
urges ratification of Peace Trenty without 
Cbange. Jl 22, 2:4; ed. Jl ^. 8:2: opposes 
League of Nations reservations, in speech 
at Trinity Church. Jl 31, 3:1: urges speedy 
action on food control act amendment. Ag 

BARHlBOir, Willi am— Injuries sustained by 
him and wife at attempted assassination of 
Baron Salto. Gov of Korea, S 4, 0:1; S 
13, 18:1 

BARRI80I 

HABT, Be;_, „ —„.-.,. -. -. ~ 

ratify Peace Treaty with Germany, S I. 
Ill, 2:7 

HART, James A.— death and career, Jl 19. 



Phoebe AdIer— death, Jl 20, 
a.— death, Ag 31, 



BABTFORD Canrant— C. L. Sherman, man- 
aging editor, renlgns. Ag 3, 5:7 
BABTB. (Orn) WUUsm WHEht-accused of 



B In c 



a prise 



In France by lA Col KIncald In Ir to Repr 
Dalllnger. Jl 38. 3:3 
RARTBDALB Cannty CIul>- Incorporated, Jl 

20, IX. lfl:« 
BARTBTEIN, Horfti— death. Ag ST, 11 :4 
BARTZ. (Lt Csl) B. 8,, see Aeronautics— 

U. S.— Rim of Country Flight 
BARTZRI.L. <Capt> Arthnr B.— returns to 
U. S.. Jl 1, 9:4; sp art on the 3d Dlv. Ag 
10. VII. p 1: sp art on the mind of the 
doughboy. A E F, S 21, IV, 9:1 
BAKVARI> ralv:— 
Boston Police Strike— Guards on duty, S 

11. 2:2 
Endowment Fund— Summer school will be 
opened tor dlslrict directors of campaign, 
Jl 14. 28:3: fll.OOfl.OOO soui;ht. Jl 28. 3:2: 
T. W. I.amont and E. Wadsworth head 
natl campaign com. Jl 27, 11. 1:4: T. W. 



— Endowment Puod | 



HARVARD roKl- 

Unued)— 

Lament addresses com luncheon In N T 
C, Jl ZS. 3:2: Old Grads' Summer School 
opens, Pres Lowell tells of poor pay of 
" ■" '"■•■ ' "-'- depts 



School, _. ^ 

tlon from Homblower ft Weeks, Jl 30. 
19:4: more than 4.000 graduates orcanlied; 
members of executive com. Jl 31, 9:2: 
E. Holllster tells of need for unreatrlcted 
' " " ' 1 favored by Ci 



, LAmont speaks, contrlbu- 



B 1. 14:2: 



le, Ag 1. ._ 

lumbla Unlv professors, Ag 3. II, 8:1: ed. 
ilty finance. Ag 3, III, 1:3; 



ershlp of N Y 



,f by PresLoweir." Ag if. II! 
'\-,a; statement by T. W. Lamont. Ag 24. 
It, 1 :4 ; membership of Advisory Com, S 
6. 10:8; J. Mitchell Indorses move to In- 
crease sslaries. S 8. 5:1; prominent men 



17:8: T, W. Lamor 
27, 13:2: ed. S 29 

S 30. 17:1 
Faculty— Ed on plea 



tells Old Grads E 

pay, Jl 20, 33:1 

Qlfts and Bequests— Mrs O. B. Wrlgfal 

leaves large residuary bequest. Jl 4, ]B:5 

Harvard ITnlon will war against cliques 

and ezclUBlvcness. S IS. 11:2 
Law School— Fay diploma won by A. Mac- 
leash, Yale graduate, 8 80. T:3 
Officers— Judge Grant re-elected Pres of 
Bd of Overseers. S 30. 7:3 
HARVET, DaTld, (pabUelty ageat> see 

Washington. George. Memorial Assoc 
BARVEY, Davtd, <rcal estate brakn)- 

marries Gertrude Hamilton, Ag 32. 11 :3 
HARVBY, (Col) Oeorgs— published in his 
weekly text of Anglo- Amer-French treaD' 
of defense, Sen Brandegee tells Ben; W. H. 
..._ _.-__j„pjj jjj editorial, Jl 2S, 1:3 
Harr Anna Baker—death 
, 13:3 

'St — urges repeal of N T 8 
II J lan . estimates cost of recent (jec- 
S 21. 17:1 

gLL, Reuben I,,— Wins nomination for 

County Judge on wet platform, statement 
by W. H. Anderson of Anti-Saloon League. 
" ' 17:2; statement of primary expenses. 



I. 12:3 



<Col) 



1 great powers i 



IIABHEI.I. * Barker Car C»— Closes plants 
In Michigan City. Ind.. pending adjustment 
of labor troubles. Jl 30. 10:2 

BASI.AM. (Lieut) Reld— death. Ag 24. 3:fl 

HABttARU, (Corp) RobeH J.— receives Med- 
aliie Militalre, Ag 3. 22:6 

BAtiHKI.MAN, M., nee European War— Cas- 
ualties— Wounds In Legs 

HA BTINOB-on-Budson— Admiral David Glas- 
gow Farragut's home and old Zlon Chapel 
to be transformed Into Civic Centre by 
" -icopal Churc" " - 



3 14, 11, 



Bpk alio National Conduit i Cable Co: 
Street Rys— Hastings, N T 
HATCH. (N T Alderman) James A.— record 

praised by Citizens' Union. S 30, 10:1 
HATCHMAM. John Adolph— death, S 21, 22:3 
HATUERLET. William B.— deatti, Ag S, 9:4 
HATRED— Bd, Hatred and fellowship. B SO. 

10:1 
H ATM— Fair Price Com will lnvostl(Ht<' 
prices In hunt for profiteers. 8 23. 14:2: 
Fair Price Com will Issue lists after In- 
vestigation. S 24. 27:4 
Bee also Millinery Trade 
HATBCHICR Alfred— death. Ag IB. 7:S 
-"= --- United HatUrs of North 






HACBRICB. Josmb- 
of War. Ag 3, 1 :1 



.Google 



Jidit-Sept^ 1»1». THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



HAUOKN, (U. B. Rapr) GIllHTt M.— approves 
Free Wilson's speech on living: coats. Ag 9. 
1:4; submits draft of fooa control act 



Agrl cultural I 



amendment u 

text o( meBsure that „ , „ 

fix fair prices for all ntceBRlUeB, Ag 19, 
1:3; awaits AtLy Gen Palmer's approval 
of proposed amendments to food control 
act before submitting It to Mouse; AktI- 
cultural Com favors bill, Ag 20, 17:7; ac- 
cuses cold storage houses of giving In- 
complete Information to Market Bur for 
report, Ag '^. 3.& 

HAVANA— Spain seizes 7 deported agitators, 
Jl 14, 14 :e 

HAVANA L'Dtv— Authorlied by Cuban Sen to 
confer degree of Doctor of Laws on Ma) 
Qen Crowder, Ag 7, 14:1 

HAVEMKVUU, Uenry (>._D. W, Steele, Jr, 
sues trustees for tlU.OOU damages (or al- 
leged breach of agreement, Ag 1. 24 ,Z 

UAV>.N, (Mn> Fannie A.— will, S 27, 11:6 

HAVEN. Mrs. Oeorga O lis walil— death and 
career. S 21. 22.3 

-- (Mri.) Marr K II ssbetb— death, S 



KAX8, Will B.— atataa Rapuldlcui attitude 
toward Lieague of Natioca. JI 16, 2 :B ; W. 

H. Taft writes him concemlDK 8 i" 

.. — *„ . .* Nation*. Jl 2 



23, 17:5 
HAVl^lt, Jmsle— wrlvBs to Repr Tlnkham 

that housewives would prefer remedial 

laws for high cost of living to further In- 

veatlsatlons. Jl 20, II. 1:2 
UAVlbKII,!., see Shoe Trade— Strikes 
HAWAII— strong defense urged by MaJ Gen 



atlantic Flights— l<on don Dally Mall Prlie 
HAWKINS. Kasenc Ueitciw^eatb and ca- 
reer. Jl 11. ll:a; will, Jl lU, ie.4 
HAWKINS. (N \ Assembly man) John C— 
record aummarlied by Cltlsens Union, Ag 
11, 7:4 
HAWLBX, Frank— death, S 9. 17 :S 
HAWLUY. WHUam Vouag— death. Jl 28, 11:4 
HAWXUVBBT, WUllam F.— death. JI 8. 



uii Anglo-Amer-French treaty of defenae, 
Jl 25, 2:2: says Taft Ir on reaervatlon of 
League of Nations was publlahed betora ir 

— ^— -■— Jl 25. 2:fl- — • * '— — 



; criticised for t 



' a., Si— death and i 



much Republicanism by G, F. Peabody, Jl 
27. in. 2:7; Ira from Taft and Root on 
League of Nations conunented on by Ben 
Williams, Jl 29, 2.6: refuses candidacy for 
Indiana Oovemorship, Ag 2, 6:2; ed, Ag 
2, e;3; misquoted on criticism of Pres 
Wilson's veto of daylight saving act re- 
peal. As 3S, 2:fl: predfcts victory In 1920 
In speed) at Republican rally In Newton, 

Mass., Ag 28. 2:5; ed. Ag 29. 10:3; 

Pres Wilson can expedite ratf" "- 

Peace Treaty If he will acc«>t ri 

S 8. 3 :4 ; confers with Sen Lodge on roace 
Treaty: urges prompt ratification, S 19, 

Ha'tWOOD. jr. Campbdl-Ietter on dayllrtit 

for golf. S 9. ie:a 

HAYWOOD, WUllam I).— Bonds for his re- 
lease approved of, JI 9, 13:5; Haywood's 
ball bond signed: hs will be released, Jl 
27. 18:1 

HAZKLTON, Oeorge C, see Costa RlCa 

HAZINQ, tee Colgate Univ 

HEADS— Article on size of men's heads since 
war, Jl e, rV, B:l 

HBAI.TH Camm— Bd on O. A. Soper^s ad- 
vocacy of Intematl comm, S 12, ]£:4 

BBAI.TH CaiKervatlon- Legislation recom- 
mended by Gov Smith In address to N T S 
Federation of Labor, Ag 28. 14 :1 
See also U. S.— Public Health Service 

HEALTH Sept, see N Y C— Health Dept; 
N T S-Health Dept 

HEALTH EdD cation— Urged by Dr Lillian 
■uT^i^v, <^» ^^.^#...^»^_ ^* __„ — ^ physicians. 



ams by L. uamcK, a m, ax 

HAY, Mary UairMt— opposes re-election of 
Sen Wadsworth, S W, 10 :B 

HAY Uoctrlne— Urged for territorial Integri- 
ty of China by "f. F. Millard. Ag 5. 3.5 

HAT Fevei^^. N. Mackenzie discusses mil- 
ady In article In Journal of Amer Medical 
Assoc, JI ft. ft:7 

HAVUKN, (Lt Col) H, B., «ee U. S.— Army 
-Moral! 

HAVKH, (Cani, Bcrtrsni Pai--knlghted by 
King George. S 20. 11 A 

RAVK8. Frank J.-llI In sanitarium, Jl 12, 



HAYB8, (Archblslwp) Fatriek Josepb— Fa- 
ther Dttffy speaks In his place at Irish 
mass meeting In N T C. Jl U, 1:4; cor- 
respondence between him and Bev Dr 
Uoyd on Droselytlng charge against Fro- 
test&nt chur<* In Prance given out by W. 
D. Outfarte. of Soc to ifelp Devastated 
Churches. Jl 13, 22:4; speaks at convenUon 
of Catholic Young Men's Natl Union. Ag 

M. II, 1:6; speaks at welcome dlr " 

Gen Pershing, S 11, " " 
Mercler at omner In nm iioiioi. 
attends first concert of Vatlcai 
Carnegie Hall. B 19. 10:4: ed, S 

HAYES, Seat^-arrlves with family 



rea: 



praises Cardinal 



Santa Lulsa : describes battle with lions on 

deck of liner Ag 6, IT :T 
HAYFOBD, KUej — seeks to annul adoption 

by H. D. MacLean of his daughter that 

took place while he was at war, S 19, 4 :a 
HATMAN, AU— arrives from abroad with 

new plays, Ag 20. 11 :S 
BAYMBB. (Mrs) AbM* 



S 13. 11:7 



I JaUette— death, 8 1 



. Y. Asi 



nblye 



Cross of the 



irl»ed by CIttien 
11, 7:4 
BEABN, Edward L.— receives 
Legion of Honor, Jl 19. 18:4 
HEARST, WUllam Bandalph:— 
NYC Elections— opposes renomlnaUon Of 
Justice Luce; wants J, A. Allen and R. 
H. Smith of City Court renominated, Jl 
29. 1S:1: compromise made by Tammany, 
JI 28, 11 :1; demands Ignored by Tammany 
Hall eiecutlve com. Jl 28, 1:6 
HEAT.VsM Volcanic Heat; weather 
HEATH, (Mrs) AUee Yonng— death, 8 11. 
15 ;3 



) * Co-Pf dlvd, 8 19, 23:4 
, ■V.-death, S W, 



15:8 
HEBBABD, Marlon E.— letter on conduct ot 

A E F men in France, S 7, IV. 10:1 
HEBERLINO, J. B.— testifies before Sen In- 
terstate Commerce Com against antl-strtke 
provisions of Cummins R R bill. S 25, 2:8 
HEBREW Natl Orphan HoBse— Drive for 
I.W0.000 win be launched; statement by 
com. S 2, 17:1; S 6. 10:7; dinner at Hotel 
Astor Inaugurates drive: L. Lerner, Pres, 
speaks. S IB. 6:2; L. Lemer announces that 
part of fund will be used for Amertcanlsa- 
tlon work, S 29, 5:2: concert and mass 
meeting will be held to assist drive: state- 
ment by H. Rosen, S 30. 1' ■* 



17:8: H. Goldstein sentenced, Jl U, 9:1 



THE NEW rORK TIMES INDEX. jAdySept., 19l». 



■KOKSCBBB, AiiKu't— gives HOO.OOO to 
Butrers ColleKe uid offers additional HOO.- 
OOO If 1800,000 la ralaed. S 14. 10:1 

HBDflBS, Job K— teaUflea before Natl Elec- 
tric Rya Comm on c rials In street rys 
altuatlon, Jl 23. 10:2; Ir frora Mayor Hylan 
Quesllona whether he was aerioua about 
trolley receipts. Jl 34. 28 ;3; repllex to 
Hayor*s Ir, Jl 2S, 4:S; Ir to Mayor Kylnn 
threatening move OKalnst cl(y officials If 
Btrikers tie up N T Rys Co llnee. Ag 0, 
1:2; advised to meet union head and ad- 
just differences. Id Ir from Mayor Mylan; 
text of Irs eichanged, Ag 10, 2:7: recom- 
mend a wage Increase for N Y Rys Co 
employes to Judge Mayer, who will con- 
Htder matter, Ag 14, 1S:1; accused of dis- 
charging N Y Rys Co employes for Join- 
ing Amalgamated Assoc of Street and 
Electric Ry Employes. In Ir of protest 
from Lh Frldlger to Judge Mayer. Ag 17. 
" -; replies to Hylan on responsibility for 
■ - - - - t rys lines, S 16, 



abandonment of 4 i 



Felsal, Prince 

HEDUET, FraBli--accused by Mayor Hylan 
of conspiracy in encouraging I R T strike; 
he denies charges, appeals to men to re- 
main at pOBts. Ag IT, 1 :S 
Bm also Interborough Rapid Transit Co 

HKDJfAN, Martha— announces she la with 
Actors' Equl^ Assoc, Ag 12, 2:4 

HEFFERHAN, Jobs W.— death, S 8, l.t:2 

HEFFRON, (8 B)— Ashore In Korea ~ 



Ag 19. 8:7 
BBFUN, (C B. Bern 
charges In House of 



Reprs that Oem 



BSIUE, WilUam F.— barred from his apart- 
ment after rent Is paid 15 days before 
expiration of lease. S 3R, 1 :4 

HZII.XAN, (Capt) Cart A death, Jl 13. 4:3 

HEIM, Uonel— Is candidate for N T Aasem- 
bly. Ag 10, 14 :S; wins Democratic norolna- 
tlon, 8 3, 2:0 

HEIKBKEir, Philip— seeks ship deal with 
U. S.. diacuases future relations: goes to 
Amerongen to visit Kaiser, whom he says 
worid has wronged, S 11. 15:1 

says Bordeaui has been abandoned as port 
of embarkaUon, Jl 1, 13:3 
BBINUT, Charies F.— death. Jl 20, 11:6 
BEINKICH, ■«« Henry 
HEINKICH, <arn) (UD. iirp Ulle 
BBINBICB, Frani— forms Hungarian cab- 
inet Ag 30. a:S 
HEINBICH. JdU>— death and careef, S 1ft. 



tnd Otto 

actloE 



— bellev 



of Minneapolis 



HZI.D, (N T Alderman) Ailalph— record sum- 
marized by Citizens' ITnlon, 8 30, 10:1 
HELD. Anna— )ewels_ and per8onal_ effects 



will 



e sold, Ag 30. T :!• 



BEI.FFEBICH, 

peace In lOlT. Jl 31. 16:2;; suit brou 
against him by Eriberger to prove his 1 
alty. S S. 1 :2 
BEUUM—Value tor flying and possible p 
ductlon In quantities dfscussed by J. 
'•-Tington. Jl 27. HI, -' 



BEI.I.EB, John I 



r Alber 



eath, . 



art abroad after signing < 
urnuKiKK. Illustrations. Jl 27, VTI. p S 

HELNE, (Oforge W.) Co— Pt and com dlvd 
8 4, 21 :4 

BKUllTTH, Fanale I.— estate, Jl 16, 15:2 



HELTON, P«i«]r— career on the Blase, Jl 13, 
charge of dl>- 



V, 2:1 
HELWIO, Mabel— arrested o 

orderly conduct, SI'" 



BnUnd J.— death, i 



. , . raf) van, see Euro- 
pean War— Naval War Zone— U-151 
HRNREK Mts Co— Pf dlvd. S 20. 1T:I 
BENI>ER§ON, ArthDT — called home from So- 
cialist conference In L,ucertie because of la- 
bor situation, Ag S. 15:5: predicts de^alr 
In Europe this winter. In address to In- 
tematl Socialist Conference at L.uceme, Ag 
n, 1T:2: eds, Ag S. S:3 Ag 10. Ill, 1:3; ar- 
rives In U. S., Ag 17, 22l2: will tour U. S. 
for I.abor Party. Ag 17, II. 1:6; report that 
he said he was empowered by War Cabi- 
net to oust 81r Q. Buchanan as Amb to 
Russia and assume post himself, Ag- 2*. 
4:5: wins seat In House of Commons, S 13, 
11:5; statement: victory seen as blow to 
Coalition Govt. 8 14, 2:6: mesBage to In- 
temaO Brotherhood Congress, S 16. 4:5; 
analyzes industrial unrest; vlsloQ of a new 
society, S 17. 17:4 
UEMREBSON, (Mrs) EUsabetfa Dentsa- 

death. Ag 18, 7:6 
HENDEBltOir, (Mr*) B*» May Edward- 
death, Jl 24, 6:2 
HENUEKBON, WtUlam H,— death. S 30. 1S:5 
BENDBICK, (JnsUee) Feter A,-«Ilencea M. 



lit, 
lamrs Thomas— 



itfering with reopening of doaad 
aires. Ag 26, 28:3: signs restraining or- 
s prohlutlng Interference with A Regu- 
lar Feller. Ag 28, 1S:1 
HENDRICKBON, {JDstliw) CluHes K.-death 
and career. Jl 23. 8:3: funeral, Jl 27, US 
BEMDRICKBON, WUB ~ ~ " 

Nassau County Jail 
BENLKY, ThDinas, He Schmidt. H. 
HENNEBSy, A, F.^tilled by Yaqul I 

HEn'nebBT, Joseph P., sea N T C— Park 

HBNBIQCEZ T OBTTAtal (Pns) 



S 13, 7 



king self-govt for Santo Do- 



ming-. . ._ 

EENBT, Frinee of FrasBla— begs King 
Qeorge of England to desist from effort to 
have former German ranperor surrendered 
by Holland tor trial ; wants to help bring 
out truth about the war, Jl 10, 6:1; writes 
King George that allied sUletimen should 
appear If Kaiser is tried; asserta Britain's 
aim Is to ruin Germany commercially, Ag 
4. 3:3; rebuked by German presa for Ir to 
King George. Ag 6. 8:7: visit to U. S. re- 
called In Bp art, Ag 24, VII, 14:3; lauds 
King Alfonso for efforts to prsMrve neu- 
trality during war. In Ir to King George 
of England, Ag 31, S:2 

HENBT J. Behnltser Btate Baak— Statcsnent 
8 20, 17:6 

HENBT, John Adams, Br.— death. S 11. 1S:3 

HENBY, (Mrs) Mary Bhlelds-^eath. S 93. 
22:3 



the Chevalier c 



. A— will mak« re- 
turn trip on me t(-s«. jl 7, 3:1: brief out- 
line of career, port. Jl 8, 3:3, p 3; wOl 
collect data on military dlriglblea abroad: 
career, Jl 0, 5:2; ed on statement tbat 
airplane Is more Interesting than dirigible. 
Jl 9, 12:6: reports progress of R-34, Jl 11. 
1:2: comments on R-34 flight, Jl 14. 2:1 
BERA1.D, N. y.— Dr Ellis, detained gottw 
pondent, arrives In U. S, and dcnla> »h«f 
he co-operated with NatfonallM B 
In Egypt, Ag U, 64 



/ulysS«pt, 1819. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



HEBBBBS, <Mn> BvalTB B,— clve* duifhter 

to UDCIe and auDt to adi^it far tlO.OOO, S 

27. 8:8 
BEBBS-^AjrtJcIe on thoM that can be planted 

In hoRie Eardena. Jl 5, 11:2 
BBBCHT, Once, Me Lone. J. M. 
BEBGT, (FraBilsn MlBlitn of Ftnanee)— 

statement on trial ot the Kaiser, Jl 23, 4;Z 
HBBHAN, Josanh— will, Ag 27. 11:2 
HERMAN, WIIUhd A., see N T S— Ineur- 



Book entitled la Germany Gullly? Ab 

dlnsl Mei 



) Edward C— aaya Rue- 
elan Bolshevist Govt Is near collapse, con- 
fers with U. S. State Dept offlckas In effort 
to secure supplies for Russian antl-BoIshe- 
vist torees, S 21, 1 :B 

HERNANDEZ, (Mrs) ttmr^ I»— son and she 
arrested on shoplifting cbarse: said to be 
a Countess Loretto, 9 30. 21 :T 

HEROES, nee European War—Decorations 
and Honors 

HEROIN— H, Noonan tells of resolution of 
Amer Pharmaceutical Chemists to elimin- 
ate It from medicinal preparations. As D. 
8:tl 

HERON. Paul. »«i Blind, The _ 

HERBICK, MjTon T.— is Chairman of Fed- 
eration of Aiper Agen-'-~ •— ••-"-• •- 



celebration. S 7, L.. _ 

HBBRICB. <Mr>) HrT«i T.— wins French 

Medal of Gratitude. Ag 31 1S:2 
HERRINOTON. Hsward I„— death, Jl U. 

14:2 
HEBBIOT, (Frgneh Ben) E don ard— appeals 

to U S for aid In flnnnclal naradoi of 

France, Jl 22 23:3 
HERRMANN. AofHit, 



I Sports— Baseball 
e N T C— Motor 



remake peace. Germany or democracy? sp 
art. Ag 3. VII, 1:1; repudiates teachings 
of Rano bchool of Social Science and seeks 
to withdraw funda^ sayi he haa renounced 
Socialist Party. A«r 24, 2:8; discusses mis- 
sion ot W. C. Bullitt to Russia, S 2*. 6:2; 
Ir on Rumanian aggresBion of Hungary and 
poliUcal and economic prospects tor the 
future, S 30. 1B:T 

HEBBON, (Col) Joseph 8.— returns from 
France; tells .low Amer soldiers were bur- 
led. Jl 29. S:S 

HEBRON, 8. Davidson, *«e Sports— Golf 

HEKHKY. Oeor-c I..— death. Ag 6, 9:2 

HEK8CHET Chocolate Co— Sella $3,000,000 
Issue ot notes, Jl 30, 21:3 

HEBSHPIKLD. I.— tells of hardships In Po- 
land. S 14. It, 4:1 

HEBTZOO, (Qen* J. B.— says South African 
nationalists desire eventual Independence 
from Great Britain, S 23, 4:fl 

HERVE, Op»U»b— article on a Clemenceau 
pence. Jl «, VII. 10:3 

HERZ. Isador— Indicted by Grand Jury on 
charge of conspiring to procure Illegal per- 
mits for aliens to leave U. S.. Jl 22. 22:3 

HRRZL, (Dri Theodore—Central Zionist Com 
holds annual memorial In bla honor, Jl 20, 



HEHaiAN War Hats, see History- U. S.— 
Revolution 

HEWITT, (Mm.) ChaHfB r., see War Camp 
Community Service 

HEWITT. J. Rabrrt— engaged to Enid How- 
land. Ag 13. II A 

HETD. (Dr) Charles Oordon. tee Hospitals- 
Military— Post Graduate 

HEYDEMANN, Hanii— petition asking can- 
cellation of I'. S. nalurallzntlon papers 
filed bv II. S. Diet Atty, Ag Ifl. 10:li 

BETPENREICH. I/snl* Victor— death and 
career. S 18. 22:3 

HETER. Eleanor Q.— death. 8 IS. 11:5 



;Pres) John flrier— welcomes Car- 
der at Princeton Univ. S 30, 7:2 
LdolB — alaln by Mexican troops, 



HICKOK, WtUlBDi Pease— death, Ag 2S, 11:4 
HICKS. Daniel M-death. S 24, 17:5 
HICBB, (U. 8. Repr) Frederick C— eritldses 
heads ot aviation depts and declares Inten- 
tion ot going abroad to study French and 
nritlflh methods of development. Jl 4, 3:7; 
returns from FVance. says municipal secur- 
ities must be enghangcd tor American 
goods, asserts France needs long-term 
credits. Ag 24, 7:5; pmlses work of Ad- 
mirals Sims and Benson In debate on bill 
conferring permanent rank upon thein. S 

1 U. S. navy. 



HIC0IN80N, (Cannal Grn) Edni 
on Peruvian revolution, Jl 22. 8:iJ 

HlfiH Brlrite, see N Y C-Brldges 

HIOM SchDolH, sea Education— Secondary 
Schools 

HIGHWAY Comm, nee N. T. S.— Highway 

HIOHWAY RobberlFC- 

Chicago, ni— WeJda, J., Post Office clerk, 

and L. and W. Phillips arrested. S 24. 

17:4; loot found burlecl on farm of J. B. 

Wejda's father, S 28, 17:2 
Cleveland, O— Marcellus. W. K., kidnapped. 

robbed, and locked In cellar for a week. 

S R, 15:4 
East Orange. N J— Atlantic & Pacific stores 

held up. S 19. 1B:4 
Jamaica. 1, I— Horton. Howard, beaten and 



.merican Ry Express Co truck stolen and 
driver and helper are kidnapped. A* 
21, 15:4; truck recovered by police; tt 
J. McElwen and J. Parker arrested. 
Ag 22, T:l: 3 more arresta, Ag 23. 
16:3; truck carrying merchandise re- 
covered by police; A. Kane, J. Huff- 
man, and R. Morrlssey arrested, S 13. 
11:4: 2 wagons held up by auto ban- 
dits. S Ifl, 1:5 
mold, R. H., robbed, S 21, 20:3 
utomoblle Bandits— Mayor Hylan sug- 
gests that Comr Enrlght send out 
automobile squad to Intercept aus- 
picious night gangs, S 13. 1:7: Con 



Baldrlck. T.. held In tS.OOO ball In con- 
nection with holdup of J. J. Hard- 
castle In July, S 2a. 15:3 

Barber, L.ouIs, robbed, Ag 4, 6:1 

Bellar. J., and S. Senft arrested. Ag IS, 
10:2 

Blum, (Mrs) Ida. held up and assaulted, 
W, Ring arrested, S 24. 20 :5 

Borden Milk Co employes robbed. Jl 9, 
1«:1 

Breslawaky, Fannie, saves payroll; J. 
Kaufman arrested. Jl 3. 8:S 

Bums Bros Coal Co clerk robbed ot pay- 



roll, S 21, 

O'Neill an -.. 

C^hen, Gladys, robbed. S 21, 20:1; J. 

Slmonetn arrested. S 22. 1:4 
Dance hall In Times Square held up by 

2 men, I man arrested. Ag 23. 4:4 
Friestnan. I., robbed. S 24, 20:5 
Goldstein. T>., arrested. Ag 3. 32:3 
■■ -r ft Klein store Ag 11, 9:8 



Bsniey. J. J., cafe, 8 



. 1:7 



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HIOHWAT B«bb«ric*i— N«w Tork Cll7 (con- HltX, J. D., 



-. Schur 



I, 8:2 



Lawrer, P.. 

Ing up O. Olkeman, . 

Ijevy, L>eon. held up, S 
aallar' - ■ ■ ■ 



E:3 



Danu 



beaten «ikT robbed. 



B.— death. Ax S, U:T 



Hotel QrepoUe ciuhler a^d watchman 
held up by 3 armed men. S U. 23 :2 

O. Hope. E, Mclntyre and T. Burice con- 
feu; admit other robbcrlee, S 14. 1:4 

Hotel Holdups— Hotel SL Paul. Hotel 
Madlaon, Hotel Sherman Square and 
Holland Apartment Hotel held up, S 
13, 1:T; Hope. Mclntyre and Burke 
held In tlO,000 bail each. S IB. 1S:4; 
Mclntyre and Burke plead g:ullty, S 
13, 18:1; Hope pleads guilty, S 2^ s?'i 

Kelly, F., robb^ of gayroll, S_22^ 

manded 

24, 20:6 
Kobeyaki, K., robbed, S 24, 20:0 
Kyne, Patrick V., held up, S 10, 10:3 



charnd wfth hold- 
1, S M. 1 A 
S 20. 1:4 

Mallarde. N., ahot. Ag 7. 28:2 

Meyer. Mabd, robbed of payroll, S SB, 
10:1 

Heyere, WlUlam, held up lor second tUtM 
In a month. Jl 2S, B:S 

Monleforte. J., held In tS.DOO ball on aua- 
piclon of highway robbery, 8 M, 10:8 

Munti. (Mrs) Jesale, robbed; S. Meyar 
and E. Buckley arrested, S 29, 1:T 

Plndler, U, robbed, S 19, 8:2 

Piquet. J., chauffeur for J. W. Oerard. 
held up. S 13, 1:7 

Price, (Sgt) R., arreeteil on charc« of 
holding up woman ticket agent on 
Pulton St E:ievated, S 27. 3:8 

Reisenweber Reataurant employes held 
up, thlevea escape; chauffeur, C. 
Cohen, arrested, Ag 7, 28:2 

Schmidt, H„ robbed, S 13, 1;7; IdenUflea 
E. Mclntyre as one of robbers, 8 14. 
1;4: T. Hanley, arrested. S 18. B:2; 
T. Henley, chauffeur arrested, con- 
fesses he drove 7 bandits to Brooklyn. 
S 19, 8:2 

Sella. J., held up; 2 Italians arrested, S 
28. l:T 

Seiton, H.. sentenced. S SO. 21:8 

Sheffield Farms Milk Co., driver assault- 
ed and robbed; J. Waterbury and P. 
Mclnnes arrested on suspicion of rob- 
bery S 23, 19 :1 

Steele, S., attacked and robbed, Ag 22, 



HILLEB, Chu)M D.— Ir on I>acue of Na- 

Uons. Jl 8. 10:S 
HH-I/QVIT, Horils A.— message to Cblcaxo 

convention of SoclaUst Party, S 3, 8J 
HILLS, E. C— Ir on League of Natlona. Jl 

13, III, 2:4 
HILLVER, WlllUm Hard, see Yonkera Traat 



Fchendsrff :— 

Belgium-Opposed giving up Uege to IMT, 

Premier Bauer tells Constituent AssoB- 

bly. Jl 30, 1:3 
Oerman Natl People's Party— WIU tola It 

and take leading part In actlvltlea. Ae *■ 

3:S 
Presidency- Boomed by Natl Liberals. Ax 



army command, Jl a, 1:2 

Submarine Warfare-Lr to Prince Maxi- 
milian of Baden throws light on affront- 
ing U. S., Ag 10. 7:8: Ag 16. 6rS: tO. 
Ag 16. S;3 

Tannenberg, Battle of— Serenaded on 5tb 
anniversary. Ag 31, 3:4 
HINDH, (HbJ Oen) Brawl— returns to U. S.; 

prufses t ■ ' . . - - 



Strand Roof Garden cashier beaten and 

robbed. S 30. 21 :7 
Ullhlt Restaurant, S 14. 1:4 
United Cigar Stores at LenoK Ave and 

12.-S(h P- "--'^ — --- -' ■■ 

year, i 

Ave on May 1_ . 

bait each, S 29 1 ;7 

T M C A hut 'in Bryant Parte robbed. 
Jl 8. 32:4 
Pasnale, N J— Mann. Antoinette, held up: 
B. Ackerman and W. Heathcote arrested, 
8 18, 15:3 
B** also Bank Robberies: Train RobbeHes 
HinilWA'SS, ■•« Ronds 
UIU>, T. W., SM Street Rys— Strikes— Den- 

HILBS, Harry, ipe Aeronautics— U. S.— 
Ranch Inspection 

HILKS, (Lieut) Baymond Im— Jailed after 
eloping with Qlouceater girl: Is released 
and rewed. Jl 0. 7:8 

HILL, navld Jayne— correspondence with 
T. F. Millard over alleged secret agree- 
ment between Japan. Great Britain, and 
France regarding Asiatic affairs. Jl 28. 
1:8; opposes Lieague of Nations, In speech 
to Amer Bar Assoc. S 4. 3:2 

" - -■ ■----■-- of 



tlon by U. : 
24:3 



Hospl tals— Military— CM- 



Treasury ' 



UTNEH. Kdwin, I 

cago Speedway 
HINK8. (Brig Oen) Frank T, 

art; por. Ag 24. VII, 11:1 
HINE8, (Director Ot-neral) Walkei 
Brotherhood of R R Signal 
"-ismttted, Jl 17. 27:3 

" ' ' Indebtedness— Holdera at 

I meet requirements of R 

R called on to turn them In for redonp- 

~ ' ■ ", jtbI 



a July 10. ; 



HIIX, <nT> H. W.. I 



e Disease Oenns 



Coal— Warns Sen of danger of price goug- 
Ine; denies that cars are held up. Ag 18. 
1:8; low production blamed on car abort- 
aee. he will be called by Sen sub-corn 
InvcBllgatlng coal prices. Ag 27, IV*^: 
warns of price rise, says public should 
Ignore plea of transporlaUon trouNea, S 
G. .'iiS: ed. S 8, 10:5 

Cost of Xjlvlng—lB member of Com of 1 
that is expected to make recommmda- 
tlona at Cabinet meeting. Ag 3. 1 :0 

Finances of Rya— Report of deftdt for 
May: freight business decreases, Jl 8. 25:3 

Freight- Issues orders to speed up move- 
ment In terminals and yards, B 12, 12:7; 
urgea co-operation of shippers and refctv- 
ers to expedite car movements, S 22. 17 :! 

LAbor Problem— 8-hr day demanded by 
United Brotherhood of Maintenance ait 
Wiiy Employes and Shop Laborers, S SO. 
2:3 
firr al-o Wages, below 

Pacific Coast Strike— Ultimatum to strik- 
ers. Ag 20. 1:8 

Rates— Ed. Two ry rate problems, Jl ). 
12 4: levels class and commodity rates to 
gulf ports, 8 4. 20:4 

Shopmen. ■» Wages, brlow 

Troop Transportation— Statistics for first 
8 moa of 1919, Jl 17, 27:3 

Wage Problem-Teat of Pr«s Wilson's Ir 
to Rcpr Esch. recommending leglalatka 
In relallon to ry employes' wages, Ag L 
1:8; text ot Ir to Prea WUmm oo da- 



Jitfy^ept, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



tnands of R R brotherhoods urges prompt 



Brotherhood r 



demuullnff increase now. and ausKestlnK 
that Congress be asked for appropria- 
tion. As 7. 3 :1 : Pros Wilson t&kes charge 



tuation. aslts Hlne 



n dealt * 

will consider f 
demands. Ag 1: 



with Pres Wlison and iHsues Btatement. 
Ak 21, 18:3; decision on shopmen's de- 
mands expected soon. As 24. :3 : ed. New 



demands, and recommendations, Ag 24, 
1:8; requests prompt action by Bd on Ry 
'Waxes to remedy inequalities In pay, A(r 
ZT, 1:8: ed. The Wage and price circle, As 
27, 10:2; fixes Sept S for all striking 
shopmen to return, says iwsltlons will be 



peace parley u. 

confers at Helaingfors i 
elcn Ml ulster. As 13, '■ 



I Finnish For- 



HIPPODKOHB, sea Theatres—N Y C 
HIKOHITO. Crown Prince Dt Japan— 

of ace, Ag 17. VII, 7:2 
H1B8CH, (Mta) Mae, see Walllck, Mrs. U 

I 
HIBSCH, Nalban, see Rents— N Y C— 

Mayor's Com 
HIKBCHFIKLD, (C«nr) David— reports on 

case of Fireman H. F. Williams, ordered (o 

duty while spina was in plaster. S i. 6:2; 

criticises Judge Mayer for order auspendlng 

operation of t street car lines, H 13, 17:1; 

report on clubs as gambling houses Inclosed 

to Ir from Mayor Hylan to Dlat Atty 

Swann. S 30, 21:8 

Bee also Day, J. C. 
HIRST, WmiaiB H.— SU 

prohibition, Jl 1, 2:5; s_ 

and selxure of liquor In p rival 

der prDhlblUon act. Jl 20. IV, l.i 
aiBI.OP. (Mrs) Adelaide Kcd field— death. 



Jl ; 



, S:Z 



■I8PANIC Bee—Sd on vol entitled " Cubans 

ot Today " by W. B. Parher, Jl 4, 8:4 
HI8TOHT. D. B.:— 
Civil War— Ma] Cotton compares casual- 
ties and cost with those of recent war, Ag 
20, 11:3: ed, Ag 26, 12:3; A. B. Fry chal- 
lenges statement made In ed, ir. Ag 31, 
III, 2:2: Antietam anniversary celebrated, 
S 21. 22:3 
Revolutionary War— Anniversary of Battle 
ot Long Island observed: speakers, Ag 
20. 0:2; relks of Hessian war huts un- 
earthed near upper west Broadway In N 
T C, Ag 25, 14:2: N Y Historical Soc ex- 
plores old continental army camps on 
Hudson for relics. S 1, 10:3 
HITOBCOCK, George A.— death. S 13, 11:7 
HITCHCOCK, (C. B. Ben) Gilbert Honell:— 
Cost of Uvlng— Enthusiastic about Pres 

Wilson's speech, Ag 0. 1 :4 
Fiunie— Says order ot Supreme Council of 
Peace Conference iustitled landing of U. 
S. marines at Trau. 5 30. 3 :4 
Foreign Relations Com— Pres Wilson's faJ]- 
ure to ask him to confer on Peace Treaty 
■tarts rumor of displacement. Jl 12, 1:8: 
J. Tumulty says Pres Wilson appreciates 
his work, Jl 13, 1:0; work praised by Sen 
SwBDMn, Jl IS, 3:3 
Pranco-Atner Ireaty— Opposes It, Jl It. 



HITCHCOCK, Id. B. Ben) QUbart MsBsll 

(continued) :— 

Oerman-Japanese Treaty— Protests adop- 
tion by U. S. Sen of Liodge resolution 
calling on President for uleged copy, 



comments on Pres Wilson's plea to Con- 
gresB, Jl 11, 1:S; Tumulty says Pres Wil- 
son appreciates work as spokesman, Jl 13, 
1:0; Is confident that covenant will be 
adopted without change. Jl 19, 1:8; com- 

. .. festions by W. 

3en will ratify 

uu.=.uu,t without amendment Jl 27, 2:3; 
analyies fight by Sen opponents, Ag 1, 
2:1; says soldiers' attitude is favorable. 
Ag 24, 2:2 

Iieague to GMoroe Peace— Denies tssnrfirn 
ot Sen Fall that be said In Ben in 1813 
that it was backed by Carnegie Founda- 
tion, Jl IC, 1:8 

Peace Treaty with Oerman)'— «ayi resorva- 
tlons require only majority vote, but says 
none wUl be adopted, Jl 11. 2:1: Prea 
W^ilson confers with him at Capitol; Is 
confident that treaty will be adopted 
without change, Jl IB, 1«: accuses Re- 
publican Sens of systematic nagging of 
Pres Wilson, Jl 20, 1:8: teUs Pres WUnn 
it WUI win In Sen, Jl 30. 1:T: IndOrMM 
Pres Wilson's plea tor ratUlcatlon, Ag 
9, 1:4: accuses Republican taxjotiu w 
delays through Inslstance on reMTVaUons, 
Ag 14, 1 :3 : reports to Sui alter c<nif ei^ 
cnce with Pres Wllaon that latter will 
not concede slightest reservatlan, Ag IS, 
1:1: says It ^ould be ratlfled bmne- 
dlately, Ag 18, 4:3; oonters with Pres 
Wlison; says alt reservations and amend- 
ments win be beaUn, A« 27, 1:7: asaall* 
Sen Knox for advising rejection: says 
ratification Is necessary; confers with 
Pres Wtlson on reeervatlons, S 4, 1:B. 8; 
submits minority report of Fotmxa Re- 
lations Com on ratification, S 13, l^it: ed. 
S 12. 12:2; forces reading of treatr In 
Sen after clash with Lodge after post- 
ponement. 8 17. 1 ;1 : clashes with Lodge 
over delay in consideration ot amena- 
ments and reservations, 8 24, 1 :2 

Persian Treaty With England- Defends IL 
S 30, 4:3 

Reparations Comm— offers resolution stat- 
ing that President alone can act t ' 



HI/AOHA, R. F.— welcomes suggestloil of 
Ossolnack to Sen Lodge tor Invaatlsatlon ot 
case ot Flume. S 14, III, 2:t 

BOAQ, <Hts) Hary— death, Ag 1«, 7:A 

HOAN. Mayor of HUwaakee — refuses to In- 
vite King of Belgium to visit Milwaukee. 

_S 23,17:4^ ed, S M, 1B:B 

ot Living- Hoarding; 



_.tas— talk in favor 
I. In Mexico causes 



HOBOBB, I 



BOBBT, (Got) WllllaiL . 

of intervention by V. i 

Mexican Oovt to cancel ei 

State Fair. S 20, 8:0 

eihilladay, J. R. 
- Davis, Jeff 
N. J.— Greets Prea unison on 

return from Ehir«>e. Jl 0, 3Jl; City Comrs 

adopt resolution favoring recognition by U. 

S. of the Irish Republic. 31 9 6:<l 
HOCH, (Dr) Angnst— death and career, 8 3S, 

10:8 
HO CHE (GeBeral)— body moved from Co- 

bleni-Lutiel to near Welssenthunn, Jl 9. 

1S:7 
HOCKING Valley Ry Ce— Report for 1916, 

Jl 22. 22:3 



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mills durlns strike, S 28, 3:3. S 
waa Indicted for treason. Ag 12. i:n 



wick, denies Qei 
26. n:S 
HOERTZ. J*]iB— death. Jl 23. 9:2 



tlty In Slleals. S 



. Ab 22 
FHAN. ] 



■«« Mexico— Ban- 
I Albert l^—death. As 27. 

'■) Bessls BeBera — death, S 

30. lS:fi 
HOFFMAN. Cliarirs Frvdeiick— death and 

career, Ag 29, ll:.!: funeral, S 1, 'I;5; S 2. 

17:2; will. S 8, B:* 
HOFFMAN. (Justice) ObBiies W.— ed on his 

BUKKeatlon In apeech to Amer Bar Assoc 

(or (amily divoree courts. S 7, III. 1:2 
HOFFMAN, OeorBs— arraigned (or wile mur- 
■. Ag 26, — ■ 



HOFFMAN, < 



Prisons— Nassau 
I a movie actor. 



HOFFMAN. (»») BIcbard H.— marrle 

Beecher. Ag 32. 9:8 
HOFFMANN, Oerlmde— disappears. 



Jl 



9:4; (ound, Jl 27, 0:2 

HOFFMANN. Jrtanaes— heads new Bava- 
rian Cabinet, Jl 4. 3:3 

HOGAN, Fraok J., see WllUama. John S. 

HOGAN, Joseph JakhnB — death. S 27, 13:8 
Re^lars 

HOHENKOLI,ERN, (CaoBt) 



■ Wllheli 



Jl 2 



I Kdward 






H N. Y. S, Fed- 
eration of Labor com that In vestl5ated_ Jiv- 
ing costs und urged b 



I dlscharfc-ed com upholds report on 
strike truce, S 7. II. 1:1: appointed lo N. 
T. S. Labor Arbitration Bd. S 3B. IStA 
""" '"" ~ with, sell Belglum-Hol- 

'1th Dutch 



land. RelBtloni 






Mei 



efltlgatton i 

Foreleii Affalrs-Lr by G. Watch. Ag 31. 

III. 2:8 
Ijebor, are Labor— Holland 
Shipping— 3fl ot_Sl BhIpB requlBlUoned hy II. 



owners who want (hem without Amer t. 



Borae^ir on J, C. 
Americanism. Jl 30. 8:8 

■ C«rl— letter on price 



HOLLII>A_ 

S 7, III, 8:2 
HOLLINUeWORTH. llAt J. 



HULLISTER, (JaC 

-"■* . S 26. l; 



.—death. S 28. 
Harvard I'niv— En- 
Bvward C — death 



HOLLWEO. (Rear Admiral) - __ 
Roosevelt In 1908 consulted von Tirvlii 
about sending Amer fleet on tour of Ihe 
world. S 8, 2:S 
HOLLV Snicn Corp— P( divd, Jl 2. 24 :3 
H.w.'.u.w... ^ Republics 

NvT'f "" ' ' 



r C»y Treasurer of Mt » 



holha: 



(Geo) Herbert 0*mpli 



OMnpbell — tour of 

„„.-,-- described by H. Williams. Ag 
2H. fl:l: welcome In Poltava described hv 
H. WmiamB. Ag 24. 3:S oescnoea w 

HOLMS, Leonard— tells of traniuUantlc 
(light of the R-34, Jl 2, 1:7; Jl S, 1:7 
. , ,__.,_ jj 29, f - 



H(U.MK8, A 



HOLMKH, Clarloi 

HOI.MBS, (RgT I 

- I betrtn 



1 15, I 



HOI. MR 

2S. 14 
HOLT. 



— c- --f rebulldlBB Com- 

Church destroj-ed b- fire, S 13 fl-3 
I. (MaJ) J. B.— Ir on crltfclsm of 
Bk Insurance Bur, S 9. 18:8 
TKHB. C— poem. Mustered Out S 
; ed. S 27. 12:5 

Hamilton- favors League of Na- 
1 debate with L. M. Shaw. S Zi. 



HOL-AHAN, Frank E.— letter on Irish ques- 
tion. Jl 20, III. 2:8 „ ,. , 
HOLBROOK, Kdwln W.— death, Ag 22, 11 :8 



Bae— Annual demonstration 



HOME Fu 



-Annual „, 

of profanity. S 29, 7:2 
~ see HassHrd, R. 

«« Alcoholle Beverages 
.] It— Campaign for better 
ihlng movement planned by Dr 



HOLDEitiilBO (Lt) Gfor»»— dlsmlsaal from 

army confirmed by Pre*. Ag 10, II, 2:1 
BOLD-oiis. "«• Highway Robberies 
HOLFKLNEK, Anlhonj W.-hlllud while at- 
tempting to rob L'nlv of Penn fraternity 

HOLLAND, CIKterd M., see Hudson Rtvcr 
Vehicular Tunnel „ , _, 

HOLLAND, James P.— tells N. Y. S. Legis- 
lative Com Investigating Bolshevism th.'it 
Amer labor Is proof against propaganda: 
gives names of leaders and unions Bllegwl 
to (avor revolution. Jl 1ft, 1S;1; denounced 
by J. J. Bagley, Jl 20. II, 1:1: advocates B- 
hour day as means of solving unemploy- 
ment problem. Ag 27, 2:6; denounces Bol- 
shevlsin at session o( N. Y. S. Federation 
o( Labor, Ag 26. 2 :2 : offers economic Dlan 
to make living cosIb stoop to wages. Ag .10. 
14:1; repudiates com of N. Y. S. Federa- 
tion of Labor which urged c 



, Jl 13. Ill, 3:3 

Txwns. see II. S.— Congress— Bills 

Petroleom Corii— Quarterly divd, 

Rnle. see Ireland 

Sector. The— Butterlck Co will lau: 



HOMKSTAKE MInlns 
HONDURAS— Lr (ron 
ruptlon; at Bertrand _ 
U. S. policy toward 



iSf law' 



Ivd. Jl 11. Z 
. Valle on c 
and effects 



lence during e 
action prevents uiru 
Invasion by Gen I 

of war. 'lr, Jl 27. Ill, -.., 
ed, Jl 20, 32:2; guerrjU. 
Prcs Bertrand said to hn 

responstbtllty. Jl 31, 15:'5;~4"townB~reparte( 
captured by revolutionists: Oen dutlerrei 

revolution leader, routed " ~ ' ~ 
VelaBdUf _^;"_ V^^/- ' _ ,■ . 



, Jl 22. 4:5; Govts 
.ened revolution and 
Iva, Jl 25. 2:8; T. 
N Y. denies reports 

:7; revolution report- 
rlUa warfare raeinB: 

have filled Jailti with 
del ■ 

CtJ 



duras Patriotic Union, en 
Ir. Ag 1, 11:3: eastern part 

govt of Pres Bertrand; n.^ 

Gutierrez has Uken refuge in Nlca_ 
Ak 2. 2:8; 3 depts and 3 towns i 
Ag S. 17:6; rovolutiontsts beatei 

amnesty, Ag 13, 7:7; Pres Bcrt._ 
defeat of La Esparania rebels. 
3:4; both Bides claim successes. __ 
11:1: retiets beaten at Santa Hosa. J.„ __. 
4:6: revolution put down; amnesty granted 
to retiela. Ag 27. 16 :S; rebels (lee with 
34,000 pcKoa. Ag 31, II. 1:3: Pres Bertrand 
^slgns; State Dept statement ezpresslnE 
— • — (reedom of coming elections. S 

. ..... Amer marihos land: Bertrand 

safe on dilp; dionges exp«cted to follow 



,8:2: I'. hope (or (reedon 
ships tr " "■ -■ • 



e volts against 

Ag' IS? 

Ag IS. 

». Ag 2B 

lee wit! 

.xprendni 

t coming elections, i 



July-Sept^ 1619. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



BONDritAa (continued)— 
retirement of Prea, S 12, 17:3; Benei-BUy 
quiet, S 1*. n:e; retwls occupy 1a Bspe- 
rania: Dr F. Boeran named provlalonol 
Preo, S Ifl. 7:4: many towns refuae to 
recogTilze Gutlerrci djctatoratilp; Coonoll of 



Hlnlati-. 
Dr. Bos 



I falta 



8:3: Dr 



claiming Presidency; Gen Lelva reported in 
control of soutiiern dlBlrlcta, S ST. 12:7: 
Gen Carlos witli force aupportlngr Dr. Mem- 
breno's claim to Preflldency, tlireatena Te- 
CUdgalpa, capital, S 26, 3:2: I>on M. Alva- 
rado. ^new Mlnlater of Foreign " " ' 



I, 5:9 






rebellloD, 
y C. Holllday. 



HONE. Philip— dli 

8 7, III. fl:5 
HONBYMAN. (Mr.) Uly— eon and she ar- 
rested charged with recelvins stolen stock 
certificates. Ag 6. 1S:S; arrested on charge 
of receiving stolen bonds. Ag 31, 9:8 
HONORS, 8m European War— DecoraUona 

and Honors 
HOOD, Mrs. ClwriM C— death. Ag 17. 22 :S 
HOOKER. (Mrs) Blanche F.— tlOO.OOO Slft to 

Vassar Collesc S 21, II. 11:7 
HOOVER, Herbert CUrki— 
Add reases— Speaks at dinner given in hlB 
honor by Amer Institute ot Minlne and 
Metallurgical Bnglneera. S 17. 12:7: ed. 
S 18. 12:2; tribute by "W. L. Saunders, 
8 17. 12:7 
American Relief Administration— B. Rlck- 
ard tells ol vaatneas of undertaking. 8 
14. IV. 1:1 
Belgium— Goes to Bnissels'to wind up work 
of Amer Relief Admin latraUon. Ag 27, 
3 :2 : final osaels of Belgian Relief Comm 
will be ilevoled to education, at Ma sug- 
gestlon. Ak 30, 4:7 
Central IQurope— Will visit most of capitals 
on food mission, Ag 9, 3:8; arrives at 
Prague: conlera with C;lech Cabinet on 
food control In Central Europe, Ag 12. 
4:5; leaves Warsaw for Lembenr, Ag Ifl, 
" ■ reports condlllonH In Poland '— 






. _. iUKht 

' materials 



■hortage. which he calla Europe's great- 
est menace; Bays U. 8. cannot aid, Ag fl. 
20-2; refuses presidency of European 
Comm on Coal Control, says it Is problem 
for Europeans: C. A. Scldcn says his sug- 
gestions are accepted, Ag 7. 15:7 
CiechoslovaklB. ■«« Central Europe, abave 
Economic Council— Spe alts against apathy 
In face of economic conditions: will re- 
sign Sept 1, Ag 2, l:fl 
Economic Situation In Europe— Emphaals 
of present situation and advice to In- 
crease output cited by J. T. Brownlle In 
Ir to C. A. Bowerman, Sec of Parliamen- 
tary Com of Qlaagow Trades Union Con- 
gress, Ag 31. 2:5: ed, S 20. 10:5; extract 
from Brownlle Ir to Bowerman; comment 
by Bowerman. 5 22. 19:4 
Pood Speculation— Blames speculation lor 
food eoeta: says wharves and ware- 
houses of Northern Europe are overflow- 
ing: ursea credit by U. 8. to save Europe. 
S 3, 10:2 
Prance's thanks extended by Clemenceau, 

3 «. IDS 
Funds-Will t«tum fSS.IXIO.OOO to Treasury, 

S 28. 1:4 
Grain Corp— Resigns as director, J1 2. 19:3 
Gronna. (Sen) Attack—Ed. Ag 6. 8:6 
Hungary— Urges that Archduke Joseph be 

stitt requlBlllanlng 'food suppllea. Ag 22, 
fl:2: returns to Parts, la indlsnant over 
situation: plan to ouat Archduke Joseph, 
Ag 24. 3:7 
Joint Etistrlbution Cotn— Praises Jewlsb rs- 
Uef work, S 90. U :4 



HOOVER. Herbert Clark (continued);— 
League of Nations— Pleads for It, JI 28, 1:D; 

S 14, 17 :1 ; pleads for It In speech at din- 
ner of Amer Institute of Ulninr and 
Metallurgical Engineers, S 17. 12:7 

Leland Stanford Unlv— Report that ha Will 
become Pres not confirmed, Jl 2. 1B:3 

Uege Unlv nominates him for hoDoranr de- 
gree, Ag 23. 3:7 

Uoyd Georgea thanks. S 7, 1:4 

Packing Industry— Held up report of Fed- 
eral Trade Com for fear It would create 
panic. 8 20, 7:2 

Peace Conference-Part In dellberaUons of 
Sup^me Council praised Jiy W. Duranty. 

Peace Treaty with Germany- urges Imme- 
diate ratification by Sen. S 14. 17:1; 
pleads for early peace, in address at din- 
ner of Amer Institute of Mining Bncl- 
neera, S 17, 12:7; ed. S 18, 12:2 

Poland— Socialist Party presents memorial 
thanking U., S. and pledging Itself to 
build up stalle govt. Ag 1?, f:fl; ed, Ag 

9irr also Central Europe, above 
Presidential Nomination— Does not wlah It. 
Ag 24, 22:2: cheered at dinner of Amer 
Institute of Mining and Metallurgical En- 
gineers. S 17. 12:^; Ir by U Walker on 
why he should t>e choice of both parties, 

I dictator of general relief 



1:4; arrives In N Y C, S 14, 17:i;'ed. S 
Silesia— Sends U. 8. army officers there to 
Slop hostilities t>etween Germans and 
Poles. Ag 20, 17:2 
Testimony before Congressional Com of In- 
vestigation of War Dept Expenditures- 
Asks to testify. S 2. 5:8: tesUflea; says 
Europe still needs help: would control 
credits. S 4, 17:5 
War _work summarized by B. Rlckard. 8 

HOPB^' ClaytoB ,B.-^iBappeBrs. Jl 26, 2:7; 

3 hotel holdups. 
ID, 15:4: pleads 



8 14, 1:4; held In 

guilty, S 2S, 32:1 
HOrOUOU. Robert O.— elected a member ot 

N Y Stock Exchange, Jl 18, 22:3 
HOPKINH. A rtbar — statement submitting 

terms on which mgrs are willing to aid In 

ending actors' strike. Ag 14, 3:«: article 

on actors' strike, Ag 7. IV, 2:0; resigns 

from Ldmbs Club, Ag 21, 1:2: ed. Ag 21. 

10:5; outline.! terms of agreement between 

actors and mgrs. 8 7. 1:3 
HOFKINH, Runiiell F,— death and career. Jl 

n. 13:4 
HOPKINHON. Francis— A. H. Qulnn reviews 

his career. Jl B. IV, 4:4 
HttrriiH. »e Woll-Jolns striking actors, 

Ag 15. 1:2 
HorwUOU. Eleanor 

distribution during 
HORN. Franli A.— testifies before House 

Agricultural Com; says Amer Refrtgerat- 



seph L—held In *2iP00 baU on 
: assaulUng Helen Dllle. Ag «. 



charg 
21:2 

IIUKN. Wemei^admlts at extradiUon hear- 
ing that he blew up Canadian Pacific Ry 
bridge In MacAdam Parish. M. B., S % 
17:1 

BOKNADAY. ( 

■ strike. 
H'ER C Weeks— Contribution to 



CiOf^Jc 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JvlySept^ 1$1$. 



BOBBBBACK Hldliv, (M Accidents 
HORaXBi— 

Amer Remount Anooc plans campBlsn for 

betterment. Ae 31. 20:3 
Brltlah and Belslan Jocker Club* bar 

Teuton horses, Jl 13, 20:3 
Butler, James, statement. Jl S. 13:2 
Wadsworth, Mrs. H,. apiMlnted head of 

Qeneaee Valley Breeders' Assoc. Jl 8, 



6, 17:3 
Dominique 



Mar 



■ War, S 7, IX 7:1 



contender l 



HOBSKSt— BMlDct— Qrand drcult (ooBlfa- 
ued)- 

Hartt ord. 8 1 
2:S: S 0, 11^: 
!( Opens. Jl 11. 
[8. 13:7: Jl 111 
a; Ak 17. »:!: 
13?: Ak R 
H. 20:9: B«ad- 
12:7: 



e Bac tax Prevention 



DtlnklBt 

of Crueltr to A 

Vvm York Oltr— Figures published 

Sanitary Bur, Jl 27. IV. 9:4 
BmIim::— 
Aqueduct Jl 1. 10:7: Jl 2. 10:7: Jl 3, 10 :A: 
Jl 4. 0:8: Jl S. 13:e: Jl 6. 18:2: Jl 8. 
13:3: Ji 6, 11:1: Jl 10, 17:1; Jl 11. 8:2; 
Jl 12. 11:3: S 15. 12:5: 3 16. 12:5; S 17. 
15:1: S le, 10:S; S IB. 1S:4; S 20. 12:S; 
S 21. DC, 2:1; S 23. 14:5; S 24. 13:1; S 
2&, U:3: S Sfl. 9:3; S 27. 15:3; 5 26. X. 



_ _. 15:1: S 4. 14:1; S 5. 14:1; S 

6. 13:4: 5 T. IX. 1:1: S 9, 21:B; S 10, 
13:1; S 11, 18:0; S 12, 15:1; S 13, 13:3: 
8 14. IX, 1 :1 
Betting— B warrants charglnB vIolaUon of 
Michigan State law In Belling news- 
papers containing bet tins odds Issued. 
Jl 4. 10:3; constltutlonsSlty of Mlchl- 
Bsn law will be tested, Jl 25. 13:4; sp 
art on betting In tlie past and now; 
advantages of parl-mutuel system. As 
3. VIir?:l: 6 men arrested In Brook- 
lyn charged with traokmakingr. S 24. 

Breeders' Futurity attracts best 2-year- 
old field. Ag 24. 21 :e 

Canada— Pari -muCuel betting will be legal- 
ised soon. Jl 23. lfl:5: Koyal Comr ap- 
Klnted to Investigate and suggest leg- 
ation concerning racing. Ag % 
12:6 

Celt dies. Ag 19. 14:6 

Champion Stallion Stake won by Peri- 
scope. Ag 23. S:3 

Crescent City Derby may be revived by 
New Orleans horsemen, Ag 24. 21:5 

Delaware Handicap, by Fairy Wand. Ag 



]8:G: Jl 30. 16:7; II 31, 7:3; Ag 1, 8:6; 
S 7. IX. 7:2; S 11. 18:7. 
Bngland^Tockey Club bars German en- 
tries, Jl S. 13:S; Stewards' Cup won 
by King Sol; Craven Stakes, by New 
Quinea. Jl 30, 16:6; Goodwood Cup 
won by Queen Square. Ag 3. 16:5: 
Fairy Thom wins 2 races In one day. 
S a. 21:5; St Leger Stakes, by Keyaoe. 

France-^Maiaons Ijifltle: American events 

for 4lh of July. Jl 5, H:l 
Futurity won by Man o' War, S 14, IX. 

Germany— Oerman Derby won by Gibral- 
tar, Jl 7. 17:5 

Goshen. N ■?, Jl 30. 12:6: Ag 6, 17:4; Ag 
10. 20:5 

Grand Circuit— Cleveland. Jl 8, 13:5: Jl 
9. 11:3: Jl m 17:3: Jl 11. 8:3; Jl 12. 
11:5; Jl 13. 20:3; Jl 14. 0:3; Ag 9. 
18:6; Ag 8. 17:2: Ag 7. 16:6: Ag 8. 
10:8: Af 10, 20:S; Columbus. Jl 29. 
18 ;6; Jl 30, 16:6; Jl 31. 6:6; Ag 2. 8:7: 
Ag i. 21:4; S 16, 13:2: S 17, 15:3; B 
iC 11:7: 8 IB. 15:2; 8 20. 13:2; S 21, 
IX 4:4: 8 2*. 13:6; 8 25. 11:4; S 27. 



13 :«: 8 U. 

lo, Jl «. 18:S; 
7: Jl 23w 11:4: 



Harlem Speedway. Jl 7. IT :2 

Havana Track— Q, W. Loft announoca bt 

wlU not buy track. Jl 14. 9:3 
Havre de Grace Track puixiiased br m- 

dicale. Jl IS, 11:2: season opens. S 12. 

15:2; S 14. IX 1:4: S 16. 12:4: 8 IT. 

15:2; S 18. 10:7; S IS. 15~5; S lO, 12:9; 

S 21. IX, 2:4: S 23, 14:7: S 24. U3: 

S 25. 11^: S 2«, 9:4; S 27. 15:4: S A 

X 5:4. A: S 2B. 11:4: S 30, 24:5 
Illldreth. S. C, comment on his string Of 

horses. S 28. 11 :3 
inapolls— S 4 



Jockey s— Lof tus 



! Grace, iLaureL snd 1 
- minal. Jl 9. 11 :2 

lust explain hla ride oa 

mplre track. Jl \&. U:S: 

I»ttus admits bad ride, Jl 19. lO.-f; 
Musgrave. suspended In 1913. Is relB- 
Btated. Ag T. IT :4 ; Mahoney. Taylor, 
and Fitzgerald suspended a.t Aque- 
duct. S 20. 12:0: L. HcAtee'a license 
revoked, S 20. 13:3 

Kentucky— Fall dates, Jl 11. 8:8; stake 
lists for Lexington. Latonla. and 
Churchill Downs meeti^ Ag 10. 19::8 

Knickerbocker Handicap, by Cli-rui^ Jl 
25. 13:3 

Latonia— S 24. 13:2; S 26, 11:2: 8 27, 19.-4: 
S 28. X, 5:2; S 30, »:7 

I.aurel. 8 28, B :4 

Lexington. S 17, 15:3: S 18, 10:7; 8 1*. 
15:3: S 20, 12:5: S 21, IX. 2:4; Mr 
Dudley killed, S 30, 21:3 

Long Beach. L I— Sen Reynolds bAtnl 
project to build new race track. 8 t, 
13:8 

Luculllte la champion In handlcaip dt*1- 



:. 13:3 



S 19. 



Maryland-Dates. Ag 5, lfl:5 

Maryland Futurity— Planned for 19X1; 

wlU be worth tlOO.OOO. Ag 1«. 6:3: wm 

be run annuaUy; valued at ftO.OOO; S 

14. IX, 1:7 
Mlddletown. Ag 13. 9:0; Ag 14, 17:4: Ag 

18, B ■ 
Monroe. 

13:7: Ji" 2f;'°2C:4rAg~s7~i9':5T Ag iff 
20:6: Ag 17, 20:3: Ag 24, 20:4; S T. 
EX. 5:2: S 14, IX. 1:6 
New Orleans— Horsemen plan revival tt 
flrpju-pnt City Derby, Ag 24. 21 :8 

"— — ' , Jl «, 18:3; Jl 



Parkway Track, i.. 

13. 20:2; Jl 27. L.._ 
Purchnne— S, C. Hlldrelh refuses 3300,00* 



off CI 



for him. Ag 2B. 12:6 
Sir Barton, ed, 8 1, 1 ._ 

breaks Saratoga tradi 
■ - ■ ig. Ag 10. 



Record p— Sun Brti 

record ft. __;! 

1B:1; Wilkes Brewer 



world-a ___ 
Jl 31. 8:T: War Cloud 
una i^ucuiinc set new recorils at B«l- 
mont Park. S 2. 12:1 ; Ek:ho Direct mtta 
trotting record for 4-year-old geldings, 
S 11, 10:7 
Reno, Nev— Will have Fall meet, Ag 21, 



/wf^cpt, 1919. THE NEW TORE TIMES INDEX. 

HORHB8:— Basliis (continued) :- 



KLTBtOKK— J123. 16:0: Ae 1,8:7; As 2, 9:1: 
Af 3, IBil; A«e, 10:7: Ak T, 1T:B: AgS, 
11:3; Ag 8, 10:8. 1»:1; Ac 12, 17:4; 



1 Purcbsa«i ed. 



.--; Ak 24, : ._„ _. 

Ak 27, 13 :3 : Agr 28. 12 :D ; As 20. 12 :T : 

As 30, B:4: Ag 31, 16:1 
Sir Barton ^ ^" 

S 1, S:4 
SteeplechaalnK—Comment on outlook, Ag 

29, 13:4 
Roeuner brenks dawn at SarKtosa.: mar 

never run assin, JI 31, 7:9 
Trumpator killed In foil at Aqueduct, Jl 

3, 10:6 
Throo-year-old chunplonahlp reatji be- 
tween 81r Barton and Purchase, Jl 13. 

20:7: Purchase has beat claJm to title. 

As 24, 20:3 
Toe calks on racloc plates; banlahment 

ursed by. F, R. Hitchcock, As ST, 13:4 
Xwo-year-old Championahlp— Comment o~ 

probable champl— " " "■' 
'llmlnston Track- 

17:2; Jl 12, 11:6 



Tonkers Fair, S 28, X, 0:3 
SbIm:— 
Aqueduct Track. Jl 6. 18:3 
Faais-Tlpton Co, yearllns sale. As 7. 

17:4; As K, 11:4; Ag 9, 10:7 
Greer. C. M., Jr., Jl Zi, 18:7 
McDowell. (MaJi T. C. tborousbbrad 
" gs at Saratosa, JI 14, B:2 



I American Hospital lor Ot 



jrearllnss at Saratosa, 
Mockay, C. H., meddler _... 

11:2: As 12. 17:6; Ag 10, 17:2 
Saratosa. ed on sale at yearllnss. As U, 

Valori As 16, 6:2 

Viva America, Ag 12, 17:0 

Weaty Hogan BOld W H. S. Cochran, As 

27. 13:4 
Woodward, 



Asrlcultural Boe ol Queens-Nassau Coun- 
ties—Annual show will open Sept 24, 
As 24, 20:8 

A premium list. S 8, ie:4 

Baysliore, L. I— Victory Horse Show, Jl 

Dublin Horne Show revived. S 28l X, T :3 

Mtneola Horse Show, S 2S, 12:6; S 26. 

0:5: a 27, 16:B _ „ - 

Uopmoutta County Horte Show— Plani, Jl 

3, 14:2; entries. Jl 18. 11:6: Jl 20, 19;8; 

Jl 22, 10:7; Jl 24, 17:6; opens, Jl SS, 

12:7: Jl 26, 11:3; Jl 27, 18j8 

Natl Horse Show— Receipts will SO to 

Salvation Army. S 19, 10:7 
Newport Casino-Annual ebow. As 28, 
13:8; As 28, 13:4; As 30. 0:1; tfUctal 
nsures of prize winners, S IT, 14 :a 
Plplns Rock, 8 20, 13:3; 8 21. IX, 0:8 
Rochertar Horse Show, S 2. 12:4: 8 3. 

1S:«: B 4, 1D;«; S 0, 12:7: B A, 13:6 
Stamford Horse 'Show— Plans, Jl 2, Mw; 
Jl 13, 22:3 
HOBTOH, Heuy O.— death, JI 3, 12 :S 
HOBTOK, IdtcB— testifies baton Fair FrlC« 
Com at milk Inquiry, S 16, 20:2; S 23, 24:8 
HOBWICH, Bcnard--tells of conditions of 

Jews In Poland, 8 T, n, 1:4 
HOBWITZ, Allmt— death. 8 Zl, 22:3 
■08F0BD, Kmna LsBlss-deatli, S 14, 22:8 
H08IBBT— British Qovt restricts impOTta- 
tloa. Jl 6, tl, 3:B; China offers opportunity 
for Amer Imports. Jl IS, II. 7:5; demand 
tor full fashioned hoM only, In Brasil, As 
81, II, 7:4 
■OBKIIfG, Elmar T.— death, B 28, 32:4 
H08KINB, ArthDi^-death, Jl 3, 18:3 
H08KINB, (Dr) W. H., see New Tork State 

Veterinary Medical Soc 
BOariTAUTT Boase— Work done; atat*' 
ment by J. Parker, Dlreetor. S 31, II, Bd 



I. JI 20, 0:3 



Base Hospital 36— Bastvlew buUdlnss re- 
turned to Westchester Co, S 10, 14 :2 
Chlcaso Speedway— E. Hlnes Is still 
owner of institution, as Sec Glass hac 
not taken It owing to Increased esti- 
mate for chansea,Jl 18. 17:6; Repr 
Bvmes acouses W. 8. Bennet of 
lobbying for sale: says army doesn't 
need It, Jl 17, 17:6; Bennet repUes to 
Byrnes attack, quotes SurseoD Oen 
Blue, Jl 18, 4:2 
Debarkation Hospital No 3— B. Johnson, 
"" ■" ind H. Mclntyre held for 
in, Jl 13, 10:2 
,._al No I— Classes tor par- 
ly disabled convalescent soldiers 
sw pcins started by Instructors from 
Columbia Unlv and Hunter Collese: 

list ot OOUr™ " ■"" on.«. —11. -.^„' 
S 25, 20:2 
PoM Graduate (Base Hospital No 81 



H. 6i 

theft - -. „, 

General Hospital No I— Classes 



urscs, JI 19, 20:3; wOI close, 

•t Graduate (Base Hospital No 8)— 
Surseon Ireland wants personnel main- 
tained for future emergencies; work 
in France praised: Dr Heyd report* 
on work done. Jl 27, 13:1 
Bee also Buropean War-^Rellet Work- 
Hospital Service 
New Tork Oltyt— 
Beth David— flOO, 000 drive launched, 8 
B. 12:4; fund half sabMrtbed, B 32, 

Broad St Hospital reports deficit. As 20, 

Drus Addicts' Hospital, see Drus Addicts' 

Hospital, N T C 
Hahnemann Hospital sells site In Paik 



MacAdam. Jl 27, II, 2:6; rabbis will 
discuss plans for eonduetlns campaign 
for funds^ Ag 10, 4:4: plans, Ag M, 
6:6; Ag 31, a:5 
Jewish Uemorlal— Campaign meets with 
approval. Ag 31, 23:0 
■ — B County— Nurses' food strike ended. 



<lnss C 
, is 2 



on work, jf 27," 13:1 

St Bartholomew's Hospital and Clinic for 
Diseases ot Che Alimentary Canal- 
Extension planned. Jl 10, 10:4 

Washington Helghts-Rabbla will discuss 
plans for conducting caropalsn for 
funds. As 10, 4:4 



sumed; j. Beiden. former Inmate. 

testifies. Jl 3. 10:6 
Marcy FIospEta! for the Insane— Ground 

broken by Gov Smith, S 14. 13:1 
SpriBs Lake. N J— Pres Wilson Indorses 
funJ campaign of Ann May Memorial 
Hospital. Ag 31, II, 1:2 
"■ ' - ■ " ■ Drug Addicts' Hospital 

:lchmond County Memo- 

_.„ be established In Staten 

Island, Jl 10. 10:8: C. A. WImpfhelmer 
dedicates wins to Monmouth Memorial 
Hospital In memory of son wlio died it) 
service. Jl 20, 0:2 
Bee also American Fund for French 

Wounded 



II fan. As 20. U:« 



THE NEW YORE TIUES INDEX. Jtdv-SepU, Hit. 



HOTBI> As we of N T— Requests Sen Ju- 
diciary Com to amend search-and-Beliure 
clause of prohibition enforFement bill a(- 
fectinE Biiests, Ak 10. II. I^S 
HOTEI.B BBd KestanrBiiti:— 
Atlmntlc CItT. arc Atlantic City 
Food Chceklnic Brxtem— H. R. Brand de- 
scribes his Invention for conlrol »f food 
service: machines will be Installed In bis 
restauranta. Jl 27, II. 7:1 
Mew Yark Cltyi— 
Alt Heldelbers Restaurant— Musical sketch 
lampooning: the Allies applauded by 
German patrons. S 16. 1S:1 
Employees— Co-operative stores aid In 
reducing living costs. Ak 22, 4:9: S 21. 



Grenotle Hotel— Caa 



Valdorf-Asloria— F. E. Dunaway 

tlO.OOO for assault, S 6. 20:2 
^atUck leased to I' M I 



n roof for service n 



HOUBINQ PnMemai— New TaFfe CUj (on- 

tlnued):— 

Block survey of tenement dictrict W 
members of Mayor's Ooat on Ben 
ProflleerInK and Joint LesWattn 
Com. Jl 31, 8:7 

LieBtslatlve Com — Hearinea remniel: 
builders auestloned. foresee lioiuiv 
famine, A. I. Elkus says l&bor eudu 
Is one cause. Jl 1. 0:2: high prices <i 
btdK materials Inveatisated. Jl 33. SS 

Merchants' Abboc Housing Com sees tittle 
hope for deci«sse In building matolal 
prices or scale of wages. Jl 27. IX. 1* J 

Office space Is hani to get, Jl S». 8:7 

ShortRse— Mrs H. Moskowltx foraseca U 
relief. Ag S. 0:2; apartments are hard 
to find In N T C. Ag lOi IV, ISJ 
NTS Fana-Sugverted t^ OrMter N T 

Tenants' Iieague, Inc. In Ir to Got Smlli 

urging teO,000,000 approprl&tlaFn. Jl IT. 

NTS ReenutnctlsB CvoMn comjllv 
apartment data In N T C, Jl «, H. 11: 
block survey of East Side, Ag 10. II, IJ 
Rockawsy PenlnsiilB Coleay will retain cot- 
tage) during winter because of sliortiee. 



Prohibition— 



9 21, X, 8:1 
.'Dlled State* Mob 
results of study 



I. discussed by A- I 



..„ .>j Fugan, B. 

HOVOU, l-inn Harold— arrives In N T C 

from England : dlacussca differences In 
labor problems in England and U. 8.. S 14, 

HiQDOHTON. HBdwla— death and career. Ag 

CdI) Kdward 1 

»,„...,=i.... (Postmaster C , ... ~. — 

have aided him In controversy with Civil 
Service Comm, Ag 28, 15:4 

Minor. Robert J.— Explains interest In case 
by saying that Sen Sh^ppard asked him 
to see that he got a fair trial. Jl 12, 2:T 

Peace Conference— Will resume work In 
Paris, S 3, 17:7 

Peace 'Treaty with Germany— Did not favor 
It, W. C. Bullllt tells Sen Foreign Rela- 
tions Com. S 13. 2:2: ed. S IS, 10:1 

Returns to Paris. S 12. 6:5 
HOUSE. (Marlalrate) Frederick B.— 111. Jl 

■as. 11:9: Jl 28. 11:2: Ag 1. 11:3 

HOI'BR ot Burni'iitea. see Virginia 
nOI'HR o( Renm, V. B., i>r» U. S,— Congress 
BOi:HEniTIi.niNa— Sp an on house built 
by Miss Gertrude Robinson-Smlth and 
Miss Miriam Oliver. S 21, VII, T:l 
HOl'SRHOI,D Budgets, see Cost of Uvlng 
HUrSEWOKK, see Servants 
HOCHII«0 Problems:- 

American methods defended by W. S. 
Shannon, who warns against model hous- 
ing. Jl 13. IX. 16:1 
Brid depart— Sp art on solution through 
Joint efforts of local organization and 
Govt, Ag 17, VII, 5:1 



n by Natl Civic Federation. 3 7. II. 1:1 
FederBl Aid— Discussed by F. T. Miller, S 

14, X 1:3 
FInsDclDg projects to help relieve Mortage 

of homes throughout U. S. reported on 

by Labor Dept. Jl 5. 17:7 
OermaiiT- Enforced billeting considered to 

aid homeless families In Berlin, Ag 27. 

JR:7 
Irelaad— Amer and Scottish Trust Co wiU 

supply funds. Ag 26. 12:7 
jBpan--Scarclty of houses, sp art, S 7, VII. 

New York City:- 
Apartment data complied by N T 8 Re- 
construction Comm, Jl 6, II, 1 :1 



I Con Issues vols <> 

...___ __ housuig: needs; 8 H 

XI. 14:8 
I Bis* Own Your Home 



HOUSBATB, Henrl-deaUi, 8 S«, 3 
HOITS'TON, <Heo) DSTid r 



: of U, 8.. says couDtiT 
[ any reasonable domestic and 
Inanclal demands If people *ni 
save. Ag 3. III. 6:3: submits t* 
I House for appropriations f»r 
Iry, Ag 15, 2:1 
(Hn) Annie T,— death. Ag 14 74 
(MbJ) C. B.— tells of fonw» 
igular army who have risen abon 
Eide;_ports, sp art, Jl 27, VIL p ■ 

_^ Col Rhoades'B career in the ■rr..,. 

Ag 17. VII, p 8; tells of 21 tT, S. G«u of 
■ ' Ag 24, VTI. p - 



..... and under, sp _. 

Bee also U. S.— Army— 1 
HOWARD. (Dr) Charte 

House Com of alleged 

camp Bites. Jl 20. 8:2 
HOtVAltn. _n«ald— Ir on League ot Na- 



il Amb to Spain. S 3, 17 :S 
WARD. <Hme) Margaret— death and e_ 
er. Ag 30, 7:S: will; bequeaths S400.0M 
establish home for needier" ~ " 



inlc killed, Jl 4. 5:7 



HOWE, < Camr) Frederic ClemssB— denla 
charges made by Bur of Legal Advke 
tri^atment ot Inunigrants at Bills Island: 
says food Is wholesome. Jl IT. 2:6: reslgni 
Hs Comr of Immigration at the Port of N 
Y to aid Plumb Plan for natlonalliBtlon ot 
R Rs. S 7, 1:4 

MUWK, t. OUd— tells of aerial inaunutce, S 
H, 111. 12:2 

HOWE, Soond Co— Quarterly dlvd, S 18. 24:4 

HOWELL, (Capt) Joel CbbUIb— death. S H. 

HOWELL, BunseU O.— death. Jl 4. 0:4 
HOWRLL. WllHam— death. Jl 14. 5:1 
ROWLAND. (Col) Charirs B.— returns to U. 
S. : praises old e9th Regt; tribute to HsJ 
Bootl. Jl 8. 6:3 
~ LAND, Enid v.— engaged to J. K 
■Itl. Ag 13. 11 :4 
WICH, Nikolai— arrested for sedldoa 



Juig^ept:, 1919. THE NEW YOKK TIMES INDEX. 



nOWZR, (MmJ 0») Bobdrt I^e (continued )— 
River brlctge, Ag 11, 3;B; wUl command U. 
S. troopB on Mexican border, Ag M, 2:4: 
has medal [ Ion from France; Ir from A 
Tardieu voicInK gratitude for work of 3d 
Dlv. Ag 25. 2:2 

HOTT. (Mn) Chsrlolte—deatti, X« 9 7:8 

HBIKH. ».— Ir on rtfuBal of China to dlgn 
Peace Treaty with Germany. Jl 6. III. 2:7: 
Ir on Chinese peace seltlcment and U. S.. 
JI IS, 10:8 

HSD Chlh. Pmldfnt of Chin*— tells Capt 
P. OBrlen that he Is grateful to U. S. for 
Interest In Shantung problem, 8 8, 5:3 

H8U, <Dr) Chlen-teirs China Soo that might 
..111 „.!„. '••e_woj;ld and that Japan is the 



Germany of the East; 


appeals for help for 


China (fora the V. S,. 
HHU Bbl-ehen, <Gen)-~ 


Jl 26, 2:9 




tranaport armed forci 




deaert. Ag 31, 9:3 




H8I7. T. H.— statement 


on award of Shan- 


lung to Japan. Jl 20, 


2:3 


HUBBB, Gmn* — estate. 


Jl 11. 20:4 


HCDDI,ESTON. <i:. 8. 


K»pf) Ororge— Intro- 



Trade Com of 5 to fix prices. Ag 2. 2:3 
Introduces resolution In House for Inquiry 
Into Plumb's charges of alleged R R con- 
spiracy. Ag 16, 7:2: Introduces resolution 
asking House to name committee lo inves- 
tigate Plumb charges of false R R valua- 
tion. Ag le. 23:2 
HrDNUT, (Mrs) EtcItii Imabel-death, S 14, 

BDDSON. (Capt) D*BaId, i 



ties In Amer, S 9. 16: 
nrDBON, Tbwidar>— death. Jl 2. 13:4 
HUDSON ft HanbBttBn R R Co— W. C. Flak 

resigns as president, succeeded by O. Root. 

S 20, 15:6 
HrnsON River Tehlcolar Tnnnel— Organlza- 
" " ~ " bridge and Tunnel Com 



tlon of N. T. _ „ ._ 

and N. J. Interstate Bridge and Tunnel 
Com completed, appointment of C. M. Hol- 



bond issue for N. Y.-N. J. tunnel i 

by funds from toll charges. Jl 27. 18 :i, 
■ ■ signed between States of N. T. 
.. wl" - - - -- ~ ----- 

2th ; 

HUDSPETH, < 

BdopUon of Emerson rexolutlon nuthorizii 
sending of Amer troops Into Mex/co to pr 



iportntlon of arms Into Mexico, Jl 31. 2:8 
'B9TI9. aub«rt B.— death, S 11, 15:3 
.'FF. B- W.— announces 2S% wage Increase 
a Third Ave Ry System employes. Issues 
■Itlons. Ag 21. 2-S 



Actors' Equity Assoc. ■«« Ac 
Assoc— Arbl (ration 

Actors' Memorial— Appointed i 
Ing charge of arrangem-ints. 

Addresses— L.aud8 ItEUy .',t dii 
miral Com given by ttiJIan 



Commerce ... .. _ _. - — . , .- 

Income Tax. N. Y. S.-l,pholds constitu- 
tionality of tax on non-residents, S 19, 
18:5 

League of Nations— Proposes 4 reservations. 
In ir to Sen Hale, Jl 29. 3:1; ed, Jl 20. 
Sen Borah, In Ir, says proposed 
do not go far enough, Jl 31. 
]r to Sen Bornh that article 
X of covenant should be eliminated. Ag 5. 
3:6 

R R Legislation-attacks Cummins bill. 
calls excess earnings provision unconsti- 
tutional, S 30, 27:2: 

War Risk Insurance Bui^Hends commis- 
sion appointed by Col Jones to study op- 
erations and make recommendations, Jl 
13, 4;li report of com. Jl 18. 3 :T 



175 

HVOHEB, (Blsbop) Matthew 8.— tgwaka on 
outlook of seminaries In sermon at Fifth 
Ave Presbyterian Church, Ag 25, 4:5 
HCOHE8, Fatrlck Jf.-death, Ag 22, 11:9 
HUOHES, Rupert— article on W- S. Wey- 
mont. Polish peasant novelist sp art, Jl 
13, Vlr. 10:2; ed on plea for moving pic- 
tures tor children, Ag 22, 10:5; sp art on 
the 1st Dlv and on the regular army, S 7, 

HVOHBB, (Col) W. v., Ji,— resigns com- 
mission in regular army: enters Finance 
ft Trading Corp, Ag 13. 3:3 

ncOHEB, (Premier of AoiitFaUB) WllUam— 

leaves London for Australia. Jl 10, 7:5 
HUGO. FFBncIa H.—trles cases of reckless 
automobile drivers under new law. Jl 20, 
II, 1:5; Indorsed tor Republican candidate 
for Gov of N. Y. in 1920, Ag 14. 15:7; 
speaks at luncheon by Republican women 
to Hepr La Guardla, S 3D, 10:4 



Rotary Club: tells of conditions In Korea. 
Ag 1.1, 8:4: tiles statement with Sen For- 
eign Relations Com accusing Japanese of 
"orgy" In Korea, Ag IT, 4:1 

HVLBERT, Henrjr WoodwBrd-^Ietter on 
roads and fruit trees, Jl 26. 8:6 

BUI.BEKT, (Dock Comi) Murrar— writes 



from Hurley. Ag 6. 21 :3 ; seeks aid of Mer- 
chants' Assoc In relocating pierheads in 
Hudson River from Rector St to the Bat- 
tery. S 14. X, 1:8 
^DLBUTT, Horaee Ci>rpeDtl«^-death. Ag B, 



-troiyrbO- 

dies; Clerks ES. O'Brien and E. 

E. Paige sought, Jl 13. 1:4: Jl 14. 15:3: 
O'Brien and Paige arrested. Jl 15. 17:8; 
O'Brien confesses, Jl 18, 17:7: ed, Jl IB. 
12:S: Paige and O'Brien Indicted for mur- 
der; latter asserts he killed Mrs Julia 
Wllkins. then retracta tale. Jl 17. 17:9; 
O'Brien attempts suicide in cell, JI 18, 9:1; 
extradition papers for Paige and O'Brien 
obtained by Dist Atty Swann, Jl 22. S:.!: 
O'Brien and Paige brought to N T C, Jl 
23, 7:2: O'Brien and Paige arralKned; deny 
they planned muider. Jl 24, ^:2; Paige 
and O'Brien plead not guilty, Jl 28. 4:4; 
counsel for Paige and O'Brien ask appoint- 
ment of lunacy commissions, Ag 1. 12:1; 
report of doctors indicates (rBnen ts 
sane; Paige will have sanity Investigated, 
Ag 7, 7:2 
HUIJE^, WUl Cbestei— death, Jl 23, 9:2 

H.— sp art. on recon- 



VII, 8:1 
HIILME, AFthuT— S- SnelllDg tries to find 

family, Ir, S 20. 10:9 
BliI.aK, (Warden) WUllau, see PriBona— 

Nassau County Jall 
BCI.Ta, (Wardea) WlUlam B., see Priaona 

—Nassau County Jail 
HtiMANITIEB, see Classics 
HtiHBBRT, (Sen) Charisa— Case dropped 

against him for alleged corruption att^npt. 



t>e modified because ot spiking of Cieiman 
warships. Jl 5, 6:2 
niTMI8TON, <Hn) driMe— charge agalnat 
her for operating dance hall without lloenM 



13, IV, B:l; crushed vloletii JI 20. IV, < 



THE NEW TOBS TIKES INDEX. Julv-S»pt^ 1919. 



loua. Ag 3, IV, S:l; muBtc In netlOD, ^ 
10, IV, 0:1: more musical fiction. As rT 
IV. 0:1; Maurice MaeterllDck, Ac n, IV, 

7 ;1 : OflCBT Hammarateln and t>r Drorak, 
Ag 24, rV, 5:1: atemltr *^ Qie town 
pump, S 7, IV, T:I; recoUectiona oT Kooaa- 
Tolt ana Brandea. 8 14, IV, 8:1; OuataT* 
Flaubert, the Beethoven of French prOM, 

8 21, IV. 16:1; Baudelaire's lettara to hla 
mother. 8 28, rv, 7:1 „ 

HUNGARIAN-Aner Federation of Cleve- 
land, aee Portal Serrfce— Htmcary 



ArmfBtlca— Allies will Dot parley with Kun 
until be observes truce conditton^ Jl 
14, 1:4: blockade will be maintained 
ae penalty for violation by Kun, Jl IT, 
1:D: new Govt senda word to Cleman- 
ceau that It is wUllnf to recognlaa It, 
Ac e, 1:3: Archduke Joseph In demand 
for allied recognition aaya he wOl 



HrNOABT:— Allies- Astlea (continued) :- 
Soclallsta— Cfovt which succaeda Kun re- 
Klme makes overtures for peace, Ak t 
1:1: tranafonnation Into coalition mli- 
sion urged, immediate stoppage of re- 
lations with Russian BolaherlU or- 
dered. Ae 5, 1:1 
Soviet EiecuUons— Bela Kun reJecU pro- 
test against killing of 40 cadet! oE 
Budspeat Military Acaden^ for recent 
antl-communlst uprising, A 4, 3:8 
Soviet Govt— Kun reported to have asked 
Tor Bare conduct to Argentina, Jl IS 
1:4; Peace Conference feam Kun wUl 
extend rule, Jl 29, 1:4; report that Kun 
propoaed negotiations for change et 
govt. Jl 30, 15:4: Vienna reports that 
Allies refuse terms to Kun. Jl 31, 1:7; 
Kun receives safe conduct, Ac 3, 1:1 
AnhilDke Jeecph's Caop d'etat— Archduke 
Joseph ousts Pcidl Cabinet and proclalmi 
hlmaclf Gov of Stale of Hungary- ap- 
points new mlnlatry; appeals to the pm- 
ele : confers with Entente mlaaion In 
ludapeat; career, Ag 8. 3:1: ed, Ag S, 
8:4: sensation caused in Germany by bs- 
...™n.in„ „f n.,-,.,-^, Ag S. fl:2; askn recog- 



FoodstuKs. sec Foodstuffs— Hungary 
Italian Socialists— General strike decided 
on as protest against Intervention, Jl 
8. 41:2: Intervention denounced In' In- 
transigeant Socialists, Jl 14, 24:4; ed, 
Jl 19, 10:2 
Italy will not Intervene In Internal af- 
fairs. Premier Nlttl pledges, Jl 2^ 3:7 
■ Karolyl. (Count), In interview by C, J. 
Roseblaut Wai * '"-■ '" 



against Kun Govt, Jl 8. S:l: Marshal 
Foch and reprs of Ciechoalovaliltt and 
Jugoslavia confer with Supreme Coun- 
cil of Peace Conference on war against 
Reds, Jl 12, 1:4: preaence of troops la 
necessary to preserve order; France 
objects to proposal that she furnish 
bulk of expedition required, Jl 13, 1:1; 
Allies' repra In Vienna urge action 
againat Kun, Jl 13. 3:8; ■■ •'--• 



Gen Franc het d'Elspe 



_. . ..s delivered 

occupy Budapeat unleaa he reslena. Jl 
16, 1:2; d'Esperev prepares to advance 
on Budapest. Jl 23. 1 :4 ; Foch disagrees 
over appealing to the people, would 
use army. Jl 29. 1:4; ed. Jl 29, 8:3: 
French and Serbs await to advance 
In case Kun should not meet Allies' 



, of Budapeat, Ag 6. 2:7; 

Serbians will halt advance: Jugoalava 

and British troops reported _. 

arrived at Budapest: Prince Borghese 
of Allied Mission at Vienna confers 
with Allied heads at Budapest; state- 
ment by Capt T. C. GreBory. Ag 7. 
14:2; Brig Gen H. H. Bandholti. V. B. 
'A., arrives In Budapest. Ag 13. 10:4: 
British monitors on Danube welcomed 
In Budanest; Pres of Inter-AUled 



Lniie 






_- ind Ru- 

J, Ag la 3:7; Czechs and Serbs 

t In advance on Budapest In obedl- 
« to Inatructlona of Allied generals, 



Ish troops will occupy Budapeat, 

25. 1:4 
Rumanian Aggreaalon, «se Hungary^Ru- 

manlan Aggresalon 
Socialist Conference at Lucerne proteats 

against Entente policy, Ag 10, 6:S 



Ag 11. 

lining policy and as I 
AglS, 0:3: protested 
in Prague: proclaim 
says there wIU be no 
Ag 13. 15:2, 1: confei 

dltlona. Ag 14. 3:3;"s 

Rumanian note to i „ .„ ^. 

and England. Ag 15. 11:3; says he has 
desire to be ■-'-- ■ - - 



tacking U. S. 
- .. . . Jays he has no 

desire to be king but wants welfare of 
country. Ag 10, 11:4; elevation to power 
protested against by Czechoslovak Govt. 
foimer Emperor Charles writes him to 
hold power until he returns. Ag 16. 4:4; 
foima new cabinet from old reactioniir- 
les: will make no promises to withdraw 
from power. Ag 17. 8:1: Rumanian Goi-t 
denies It favored his advent to power 
.\g 17. 6:5; request for recoRnltlon will 
not be answered by Peace Conference; 
denies Ir from Emperor Charles ordering 
him to assume power. Ag 19. 4:6: remains 
as Governor under pressure of peasant 
and reactionary leaders. Ag 20. 17 ;1: 
should be ousted from power. H. C 
Hoover saya. Ag 22, 9:2; report that he 
has resigned as head of govt after being 
ordered lo do so by Peace Conference. 
Ag 23, 1:2; resigns, Ag 24. 3:6; denial of 
report that Allied agents, particularly 
British and Amer, aided him, Ag 24, S'S- 
text of Allies' ultimatum. Ag 26, 3:5: ed. 
Ag 26. 10:4: had two hours In which to 
resign, Ag 26, 15:4 
Army — War Minister Schnitier appeals for 
creation of nail army, Ag 14. 3:4 
8ee slao Soviet Govt— Army, below 
Blockadn, lee Blockade of Hungary 
Cabinet — Personnel of moderate Socialist 
mlnlatry which succeeds Kun regime. Ag 
3, 1:1; seeks i)eace overtures with Allies: 
manifesto on aims. Ag 3, 3:3: Peldil min- 
istry believed, to be temporary; sketches 
of leaders, Ag 4, 4:2: Is not recognlsicd 
by Szegedln flovt, which la willing lo form 
coalition Govt, Ag 5, 1:1: Poidll govt re- 
ported out. Entente missions In Vienna 
urge advisability of coalition ministry 
-" "— ■— relations to be revised. Ag 5. 






reported as dec! art dk 
not to be trusted. Ag 5. 

i..t . nsunuuii BBj-s new ministry has h " 

catly turn.rf lla back on communism. _ 

', 3:9; Cittjlnet Is now coalition, folltg 



by Archduke Joseph who appoints t. 
mlnlatry. Ag 8, 3:1; ed, Ag 8, 8:4; Pre 
ler KrlGdri(£ was a workman in the 
S.. Ag S>| S:2: description of membi 
ministry of Archduke Joseph opposed 



fjW 



Jutv-Sept, 1919. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



177 



^DMOABTi— €BblBst (continued}— 

Social Democrnta. Ac 10. S:3; Frledrich 
saya Tcmoval of Peldll cabinet was essen- 
tial, Ab 11. 3:1; oppoaltlon by working- 
men; will not be Joined Uy SoclallBts, As 
12, 0:4: plana for coalition minlatry held 
up by refusal of GBraml to participate, 
Ak 13, 1S:4; memberBhlp of new mlnJatry. 
Ag la, 11:*; deacrlptlon of membera of 
coalition mlnlHtry : reported In London 
that cabinet headed by LdVaaay la out 
and that ultra-conaervative one has been 
formed, Ag le, 4:4. 5; Archduke Joseph 
appoints new ministry headed by Fiied- 
rleh: Soclallata refuse offices; member- 
Bfalp, Ab it. S:1; portfolio of ministers 
charged with preparing peace negotla- 
tiona held by Count Telehy, Ag 18, 3:7: 
report that Archduke Joaeuh has resigned 
aa head of Govt after beinB ordered^ out 
by Peace Conference : Bnron Perenvl 
ajiked to form new ministry, Ag 23, 1:2; 
Joseph and Friedrich mInlstiT resign: 
directorate discussed. Ag 24, 3:fl: deaUoK 
^rtth Hungary, ed on ousting of Archduke 



Joseph. Ji 2fl, 10:4: 

UdDlstry IB Incomplete, Ag 28, 10:4; 

nUnfMiT la not formed: mllltBrlats 



de- 



r ministry; personnel. As 2>, 0:<; .^ 
SO, S:8; Friedrich minietiy idfers reatipia- 
tlon but makes stlpulntlons to Entente or- 
der to get out. S 2, 1B:2 

Peldl Ooit. ■<-« Cabinet above 

OliMTeh- Ministry of Archduke Joeepfa mles 
that property aelzed by Soilet Oovt ibsjl 
be retume^ Agjl|" " ' 

moTal of 

OseehoalaTaUa, BelaUon* with, see Ciechc- 

slovaUa— Hungary, Rtiatlons with 
KlaetlOBa— will be held about S^t 20, aaye 
Archduke Joseph, who predicts defeat of 
Sodallsta Ag 29, OiT 

glmneea Bela Kuo will be warned by 
Council of against sale of securltlea, A 
ID, S;2; Btatement by S. Kraua on nilu 
efleated by Soviet Oovt Ag T. 14 :4 

rood Supply, ae« Pood*t>tf(s— Hungary 

Oovenment— lArchduka Joseph says Natl 
Aaaembly will decide U form ahall be 
monarchial or rqiubUcan, Ag 11, S:l 
Bee also Monarchy. Restoration of, below 

" — --' •— , Ag 2S, 0:2; Ag 38. B:2 



srorChailea < 



of Magyars that be become king, A* 10, 
fi:3; Italian paper speculates on new Dual 
Monarchy, Ag 10, 0:S: Archduke Joseph 



»aper speculates oi 

aivji)', Ag 10, fl:5; Archd 

_..j Natl Assemtdy shall decide about 
restoratloD. Ag 11, 3:1: opposed by Him- 
sarlan Workmen's Federation, Ag 12, 
B.-4: Arebduke Joseph proclelnu there 
will be no return to arstem, Ag IS, IB;4; 
Ciechoslovak Govt protests to Peace 



Conference against restoration of Hapa- 
bnrga, Ag IS, 11:3: opposed by Jugoslav 
and Ciecfaoslovak Oovta: former Bmperor 
Charles writes Archduke Joseph that he 
Is Btill crowned Ung and commlaalona htm 
to take over power imtU hla return. Ag 
1& 4:4: tear expresaed In Auatrla that It 
wta be re-established, 8 «, 3:S; move to 
reatora monarchy with former Archduke 
FrandR Joseph Otto with former Eniperor 
Chaitea aa regent, 8 2S, 13:S 
See also Archduke Joeeph's Coup d'Btat, 

Kanmona PhuMa, sea Uunltlons Flanta 
rsrHaneat— Will convene soon, announcu 
Premier Friedrich. Count Andrassy wants 
It called Instead of trying to hold elec- 
Uona, Ag IT. 8:1 
Tea««> see European War— Peace Confer- 
ence-Hungary 

• Treaty With Austria, aae BtUTOpean 



HL'NOABY (cantluued) :— 

. Festal BnTtos, see Poatal Sarviee— Hun- 
gary 
Bellel Work, aee American Relief Com lor 
Suffering Bungarlana; T - — — 
gary 



III. T:l; Ir b. 

Clhodariu, C, defends b 

III, 2:8 
Czechoalovag Oovt Protests In note to 

Peace Conference opposing occupation 



tujiaoi laiin 111 11 i V, pruLeai againai 

Invasion. Ag 16, U.:4 
mitary Operations— HunKarlana advance 

against Rumanians, Jl ZC, 1:4: Hun- 



checked. Jl 20, 1:2; Hungarian Soviet 
troops thrown back across Thelaa 
River, Jl 20. 1:T; Rumanian advance 
along ThelsB stopped by orders from 
Peace Conference, Ag 3, 1:1; Ruman- 
Ibji army halted by Allies. Ag *, 4:2; 



cupv Budapest In spite of protest by 
Italian repr of Allies, who asks that 
allied reglmenta be a"' '- " " ' 
Rumanian a reported t 



■ ^^J^', 



I have declared 

^ot to be trusted 

they will disregard allied 

order to stop advance, Ag B. 2:7: ed, 
Ag S, 8:4: Rumanians Instructed by 
Allies to leave Budapest, which has 
been occupied by 80,000 troops; King 
Ferdinand expected there, Ag B, 1:8; 
French back Rumanlana: Americana 
and British r^ret occtipatlon of 
Budapest, says c. A, Belden, AK 8, 
3:S: supplies aelxed: reported ulti- 
matum by U. 6, demanding withdraw- 
al. Ag 8. 3:1: King Ferdinand arrives 
In Budapest ; Gen Holban, commander 
of army of occupation, defies Alliea* 
orders, requisitions of supplies are 

.... ,.j .... As S, 0:2; Buda- 

- ' ' commander 



being carried t 



, J to West- 
em Hungary, Ag 12. 6:4; occupation 
of Stuhlcwefssenberg ajid other towns 
decided on In order to combat com- 
munism. Ag 13. 16:4: troops entered 
Budapest In supposed compliance with 
wlriiea of Alllea, Bratlano declares, 
Ag 14. 3:3: Rumanian Govt decides 
to withdraw troops. Ag IS, 11:3: Brit- 
ish agent reports that many Hunga- 
rians were killed when Budapeat was 
taken over. Ag J7, 8:0: ralda In Buda- 
pest result In T,000 Reds being ar- 
rested; Swiss Red Cross recommends 
return of hostages up to age of 14 
years; Ag 18. S:T; King Ferdinand 
said to have visited Budapest Incog- 
nito, AK IB, 4:S: Rumanians said to 
have received order to evacuate Buda- 
pest within 48 hra. 8 B. 10:8; requlal- 
tlons continue, S 14, 16:1; Rumanian 
army begins to withdraw from Buda- 
pest S 18. 1T:4 
Peace Conference Action— Conference or- 
ders advance stopped, Ag 3. 1:1: Su- 
Sreme Council orders withdrawal of 
roopa from Budapest, Ag 0, 1:3: 
warns that ultimatum served on Hun- 
gary making demands far In excess of 
armlatlce conditions wilt not be recog- 
nized. Ag 7, I:S: Rumania asked to 
conform to decision of powers, Ag 8. 
8:1; Rumanian envoy In Paris blames 
Rumanian officers for Ignoring order 
of Supreme Council, denies break with 



Rumanian army of occupation, defies 
Allies' order. Ag 0, 8:3; N. Hisu, Ru- 
maidan peace delegate, defends course 



THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. JuiySept., 1919. 



BITNOARY:— BamanlBB ArsreHteB:— Peace 
Conference Action (continued)— 

B.t meeting of Supreme Council, Ak 10. 



. . r Peace Con 

ference note which remain b unan 
swered, Ae 1>. 3:2; Conference want 



Uon will be taken until Interallied 
Military Comm reports on situation, 
Ak 13, 15:4; Bratlano nays troops en- 
tered Budapest in supposed compli- 
ance with wishes of Alllea: Humanlan 
replies reach I'eace Conference and 
are of a conciliatory nature, Ag 14, 
S:3; Supreme Council cfinsiders Ru- 
ing action on lines suggested by Inter- 
allied Comm; Rumanian Govt decides 
to withdraw troops. Ag IS. 11:3: Su- 
preme Council authorizes Rumania to 
exercise authority at Budapest and 
carry out Instructions to be delivered 
by Interallied comm of generals: 
acreement reached concerning dispo- 
sition of all material taken, Ag 16, 
4:4; text of note stating that Ru- 
mania cannot fix terms of Hungarian 
indemnity, Ag 17. 6:3; note saying 

SCNXls requisitioned wilt be deducted 
-om Rumanian indemnity and warn- 
ing to stop seizures, Ag S4, 3:6; will 
be requested to keep account of requi- 
sitions, Ag 2S. 3:G; Supreme Council 
sends another note saying reply Is 



raited t 



ratlor._ 

s ietUng Rumi 



clal I 



13. 



. S 7, I 



; S. PIch 



be r 



luired. S 2S, 3:6 



e Joseph advocat 



-Army (cootte- 



delegatlon opposes ietUng Rumania do 
as she plesses. Agr 29. fn:5; Supreme 
Council discusses failure of Rumania 
to answer ultimatum, S 3, 17:3; Su- 
preme Council will send ultimatum de- 
manding withdrawal and surrender of 
loot. 8 4, 1:3; Supreme Council In- 
formed by Rumania repr that no notes 

-celved by Rumania; Sir Q. R. 

ppolntcd to go to Ri—' ' 

essage, S 6, 1S:8; po 

sailed by Ilratlano; new note 
Bucharest Insists that engagement en- 
tered with Entente must be kept; con- 
ference fears renewed disorders when 
Rumanian army withdraws. S 6. 3 :3-a : 
G. R. Clerk, repr of British Foreign 
""' . Is going t ' ' "~ — 



_ that Rumanians may 

abandon country to anarchy; Brig Gen 
Bandholtz was not sent to Bucharest 
as agent at Supreme Council. S 16. 
W :6 ; Rumania, In note brought to 
Paris by Sir G. R. Clerk, offers res- 
"■ 1 of '>p'>!y- .but hopes It won't 



IS. 11:3; denial by Eumanla. Ag 1 

8;5; agitation In lis favor said to k« 
active. Ag 31. 3:7: Premier Friedrich 
sends delegation to Bucharest to make 
offer. S 10, 15:7 
Bussla. Belatlona With— Entente orders 
stoppage of relations ot Budapest Govt 



Allied Intervention, ••« Hungary—Allied 
Intervention 

Army— Reserve and retired officer* will 
be forced to help In organlcatlon, Jl 
6, 2 :7 : Red troops reported to be de- 
serting to Siegedin army. Jl 12, 1 :H : 
Red anny broken up, anti-Red forces 



BCNOARTi — Soviet 0»Tt:- 
ued)— 

^n In slie. Jl IS. 1 :S : rebda agabut 
Beta Kun: W. Boebm appointed com- 
mander m chief, Jl IB, 8:7; Wtr 
Minister Kautnich of new CaUncl 
agrees to demoblllia and disarm Bed 
Guard, Ag n, 1:1 

German Austria, Relation with, •«• Go-- 
man Austria— Hungarian Soviet Ooft 

Ove^throwal— Execution of 40 youths^ 

_ ... upnelDt, . 

Kun rejects protest by Allies' tfvt. 
Jl 4, 3:6; antl-Communlst Govt at 
Siegedin appears to be strenstlMiiliic. 
Red troops reported to t>e deaertlnc 
to Siegedlan army, Jl 12. 1:5: re|»rt 
that Gen Franchet d'E^operey has de- 
manded resignation of Kun mlslstrr 
under threat of occupation of Buda- 
pest, Jl Ifl, 1:S: Kun facr> <~rt«i« n 
IT. 1:2; Beia Kun ousted, a 

up; riots In Budapest: 1 - 

Ijander take over control. Jl 18, 1 

Count M. Karolyl arrives In Italr. 
Intends to embark for U. S. because 
he tears anti-Reds: army rvbdi 
against Kun. Jl IS. 3:7: Ktu regtiM 
supplanted by a more sanguinary odc: 
last Danube monitor that renudned 
loyal to Kun surrenders to S^liia. Jl 
21, 1:6: Kun held as prisoner. mOD- 
be™ of directorate are negotiating 

with Allies, Jl 22. 17;2; Clemem 

In note to Hungarian people in D 
of Peace Conference, Ba.yB Kun gw'i 
must be ousted before blockade I* 
lifted or food reUef Is sent, Jl 2S, 1:7; 
report lo Berlin that Kun entend 
Into negotiations with Eintente tor 
change of govt, Jl 30, 15:4; \1<aiB 
reports that Allies r^use terms n 
Kun and demand that govt reBlgn OD- 
condlUonally, Jl 31. Z?!; report tU 
Kun is still In power but will be I 
asked by Gen.Boehm to reslBn, Ag L 
3:3; Kun confers at Bruck with those 
seeking tu establish new govt; Pm 
SeltE says Austria will never be qnkl I 
until Kun is ousted. Ag 2 s-s- Km 
resigns and receives safe c 



Allies 



when 



: Kia 



ly** I 



and members of his Cabinet who ar- 
rive In Vienna will be Intemnd — 

muely reported to have killed h 

when stopped at frontier, Ag 4. 4i; 
ed, Ag B, 8:4; ed. Friends o( U* 
people. Ag 10, III, 1 ~ ' * ' 
Reds flee into Austria, . 
Red Guards, Jewish, and 
offldals, Ag 12. e:2; W. nucnoi, hui- 
Ister of War under Kun regime, re- 
signs. Ag IS. 11:4; 7.000 men sua 
women held In Budapest in raids by 
Rumanians assisted by Hungartaa po- 
lice : Austria reuses to arrest refugee; 
Ciechoslovakla Is not granting refuge, i 
Ag IS. 3 :7 ; communists said to liave I 
abandoned CO.000.000 crowns In hnr- ' 
. . _. .. ^ . ,_ ,j.i. 



ela Kun returns aftM 
h Lenin and Trotrti: 
• Kun, says that Hbd- 



Lenin, 



Id July to su.itain Kun. Ag 9. T.t _ 
Special article by P. M. Brown, Jl !•■ 

VII. 8:1 
Terrorism— 81 revolutionists executed In 

June, Jl 28. 1:6; persona aiTeatrd. 

charged with crimes, will be tried M 

State court Ag 13, 10:4; BelaKunssd 



JtdlfSapt, 1910. THE NEW YORK TIMES INDEX. 



HCMOASV:— BBTlet Q*vt :— Terrortsm (con- 
tinued)— 

other loaders will be tried for Crimea, 
Ag 14. 1:2; bodlea of many victlma 
discovered by Rumanians. B T, 0:3 
Smkc^d GDrt— Will not recosnlie Peldll 
Cabinet but Is wllIlnE to participate In 
coalition Cabinet. Ag S, 1:1; troops ad- 
vance on Budapest. Ak A. 3:S: Count 
Teleky who will represent HunKarlan 
Oovt confers with Archduke Josepli. Ag 
IS. 8:4 »■ ■ -^ 

Wbit* Tenwriim— Many victims are Jews. 
8 le. 11:1 
U UNO BR— editorial. Hunger and politics. J1 

13, III. 1:1 
HUNT, Charias P., M« Villa. (Oen) F. 
RCMT, (Coll J. HamUtoK— run down by bi- 
cycle, Ab 2B. U ;3 
HUIfT, T. W., see V. 6.— ConaUtutlon. S T 
(I,t Col) - - - ■ 



IV. 3:4 

Hl'MTBB CoUflKc— Instructors start rehabil- 
itation classes for partially disabled con- 
valescent soldiers at Qeneral Hospital No. 
1. Jl 19, 20:3 

HVMTINQ, SM Accidents— Shooting; Sports 

BUNTOON, BBHjamlii Basicy — death and ca- 
reer. Ar 10, 23:4 

eiNTOON, (Ueot Com) Frank— marries 
Frances Jordan, Jl 27 22:2 

Bvrr MntoT Car Carp— Pf dlvd, 8 15, 23:2 



British fleet. S 12, 13:6: ad S 13, 10:2 
Hl'BD, Richard H.— resigns from Amer- 
Rlchta Lieague Ijecause of Ita Indorsement 
ofXeague of Nations, 8 14, 16:2; Ir by G. 
H. Putnam, 8 22, 10:7 
BUKLBDTT, Horace C, Ji^kllled by acci- 
dent Juat before arrival of Crolz de Ouerre, 

BUBLBT, Edward Naih— Sailors' Uniona 
send appeal when conference falls to win 
union ^ea, Jl 4, 9:2; resigns aa chairman 
of Shipping Bd: text of Irs exchanged with 
Prea Wilwn. Jl 11. 12:2; ed. Jl 12. 8:2; 
vIewB on Govt ownership aa result of ex- 
periences as head of Shtpplng Bd. Jl 27. 
IV. 8:1 
HIiI(RICANE&-Tloles— In previous Index, ■» 
Tornadoes _ _ . 

Valparaiso. Jl W, 17:8; 8S Comal breaica 
moorinKB and BTOunda at Key West. 
S 11, 12:*: Havana swept; 5 persons dead; 
Goulds. Fla,. demolished, S 11, 8:3: Key 
West and surrounding territory survey de- 
struction S J2. 17:5; Brownsville and Cor- 
pus Chriati swept by tropical storm from 
Gulf: sea wall saves Galveston; great loss 
of Ufe and property; shipping losses, B 15, 
1:«. 3; S 11 1:2; 3 17, 1:5: 180 dead re- 
covered : Govs of states call for relief funds. 
8 18. 17:8: Mayor Hylan of N Y aska for 
nnanclal contributions to help Corpus 
ChristI sufferers; Knights of Columbus con- 
tributes (2.000, S Ifi. e:S: death loll at COT- 
CChriall and vlclnitj-, S 1», 8:3; ed on Hy- 
'a appeal. S 23. 18:5: 12 aurvlvora found 
In lighthouse In Florida Straits; S 23, 21:2; 
Mayor Boon of Corpua Chriati appeals for 
aid, S 23. W:2 

IVSTKD, (U. S. Repr) James WlUlam— of- 
fers resolution for withdrawal of U. B. 
Marinea from Flume. S 25, 4:5 
■rSTlfl. J. H.— resigns as New England dia- 

' triet R R director to resume work as re- 
ceiver for Boston and Maine It R. Jl 2. 22:3 
IVflTOK. <Col) T. I... see Sports— Baseball— 
N Y Amer League Club 
1IITCHIN8, Oeorgs K.— death Jl 3, 13:3 
irTCBIMS, John J.— death. S II, 16:3 
InTCRINBON. <IT. 8. Repr) BlIJi 
HvBs outline of bill to regulate cold 
warehouse. Ag 11, 1:8; introduc< 
stooge regulation bill, Ag 22, 3:6 
ICTOhIKSON, <Hrs) BUa Btnitt-death, 
.5 8. 1S:0 
ivTH, Comellns — appointed temporary 

. Diaglatrat« of N 7 C. Ag 1. 16:8 

. BVTH. Henry, see Books-Sales 



°'S 



HTI>B, Xathryn C, see Schneider. 

H V It KOAK BO PLANES, see AeronauUCS 

BV1.AN, (Mayor) John P.i— 

Addresses— Welcomea Pres Wilson at Car- 
negie Hall, Jl e. 2:1; speech to (Jen Per- 
shing upon his arrival at City Hall; B 
' " _"Pcaks at dinner to (Jen Fershtng, 



imes Vatican I 
10:2; welcomea Admiral 
of the Conte di Cavour 



S 11. .,_., 

City Hall, S 17, 

Conz and oftlcei _ __ __ 

to N y C. S IB, 7:2; defines 

I meeting of Mayor'i 

■ icUon an. 

AppointnientA— Reappolnta Justices J. T 
Moas and C. A. Colllna. Jl 3, 8:2; Damea 
G. W. Simpson as permanent City Has- 
Istrata and - C. Huth temporary Magla- 
trate, Ag 1, 15:8; appoints L, C. Flah as 
temporary Judge to alt In Children's Court 
in Bklyn, Ag 3. 7:3; names Mayor's 
Com on Receptions to Dlatlngulshed 
Guests, Ag 26, 10:1; names Mayor's Com 
of Women on Receptions to Dlatingulshed 
Guests, Ag 29, 3:8 "»wu<i«i™ 

Automobile Bandits-Lr to Police Comr 
Bnrlght suggBstlng that ha aend out auto 
"1""'' to intercept suspicious night gangs. 

Brokers' Licenses— Vetoea ordinance. Jl 11 
18:3: assailed by Aldermen. Jl 13, B-4' 
exchanges Irs with Pres Moran. who op- 
poses his veto. Jl 16, 6:1 

Brooklyn Rapid Transit Strike— Reluctant 



Receivt 



e police 






. - Irs exchanged 
Ag. 7, 1:8; plan 
legal actlonjnto concil- 



iatory attitude falls; orders Burr to ap- 
peal to court for order directing Gar- 
rison to confer with strikers; text of his 
Ira. with replies from Garrison; text of 
Burr's Ir to Judge Mayer, Ag 8. 1:8: ed, 
Ag 8, 8:3: renews attacln on Garrison, 
urges settlement, says police protection 
is adequate. Ag 0, 1:1; visits car bams 
to Inspect conartlons. Ag 6, 4:7; ed, Ag 9, 
a Receiver Garrison of attack- 



ing 1 



adminl 



Judge Mayer 



to f'l 

doing 'theTr""duty."Ag'"io'.'2'':3' 



•ollce I 



, Ag 10. 



bring about 8-cent fare! 
to Swann and statement on policing of 
B R T strike: comment by Hedges, Gar- 
rison and Nixon, Ag 12. 15:1 

Bureh. (Bishop) C. S.— Felicitates him on 
election as Blahop of N Y Dloceae: aaks 
his opinion on city problems 8 19. 13:2 

Citizens Union praises vetoing of objec- 
tionable legislation. Ag 11, 1:8: attaclu 



.-jord of _ 

City E^mployes— I 
ployes entitled to 



I, 14:1 



-- pay. Jl 31. 8:8: 

police camptlre that all are due 
-y Increases. S 12, 3:2: orders de- 
t heads to abolish Jolis of union 
f, S 20. 1:5; denies that he ap- 
jrmation of Municipal and County 



tions. S 21. 



bflow 
Corpus ChristI Flood Sutferers-^alls on 

people to aid. S 19, 6:5: ed, S 23, 16:6 
Cost of Living- L,r to Police Comr Hnright 



1, Ag 18. 3:1: Fire 
on results of ' 
; large stores c 



ISO 



THE NEW YORE TIMES INDEX. JutySwpU, Itll. 



HTIAir, (MBT*r> Jsha F. (oontlnned) :— 
Drug Addicts' Hoapltal— Authorlied neeotlt.- 
tlon for use of BAckefeller Foundation 
bldKS to be UB«d as hospital for drus 
addicts, according to Ir from Dr Copb- 
land to omclalB, 71 20. 8:1; Copeland re- 
asaerts that he souKht Rockefeller gUt with 
'hlB authority, Jl 22, 8:8: ennouncea that 
Pelhsjn Ba- site has been given up; pa- 
tients will be housed In Staten faland, 
Ak B. 28:2; said to favor acceptance of 
Rockefeller bides now. Xg *. U:2; says 
Sea View hospital may be restored to 
former uses after 4 mos, Kg 1*. 8 :8 
Education Bd— Congratulates Pres Prall on 
adoption of by-laws designed to give com- 
Dlete control over educallon system; at- 
tacks Supt EttJngor, JI 12, 20:*; denies 
schools win EBt It.000,000 In budget for 
1620. Jl 2B. 8:7: ir to Pres Prall de- 
nouncing City Club for favorable attitude 
toward Supt Ettfaiger and antasonlsm 
against Bd of Bducatlon. 8 2fl. 1:4: an- 
swered by Pres Spencer of CVOf Club, 8 
28. S:2 
Fire Dept— Order to suspend publlcatloti of 
The pTreman cauees strike tiireat, Ag 20, 
17:5: promlseB higher pay after watching 
■- ■ •■-- -' Sone 4 Fleming Refinery, 



Food Supplies— Lr to Comr Enrlght. order- 



HTUiK, (HS7ST> JahB F. (ooDtlinUd) :— 
MerclOT. (Cardinal) D.-Uakes him dtls 
of N T C. S IS, 2:5; thanked by Menli 
for recepUon. S 23. 36:2 
Milk Prices— Urges De- 
crease, In Ir to Milk 
Gov Smith, Jl 4, 18:2 
Mitchel, J. P.— Orders Ultchel's name 
stored to Blackwell's island storebous 



connection with sale of army supplies, Ak 



saya lowered huy- 



erhood leaders si 



alleged to be operating as gambling 
houses, S 30. 21:8 

Interljorough Rapid Transit Co— Charges 

concerning fares denied '* '" — 

viewing contract terms si — 
Ing power must be restored, 
Ir to I R T Go euEgests city oj 
cars. Ag 2. 18:1: Brotherho-" ' 

he Insmtea them, Ag 15, 

hood resents his charge of inside Job for 
higher fares In threatened strike, Ag IS. 
1:8: charges Hedley with conspiracy In 
encouraging strike ; Hedley denies charges, 
appeals to men to remain at posts: plans 
to establish bus lines with army trucks. 
calls on automobile owners to help carry 
public to and from homes. Ag IT, I:fl; 
text of statement to strikers, urging them 
to agree to arbitration; confers with Corp 
Counsel Burr on N Y City's legal rights; 
seeks advice on right to seize lines that 
fall to operate, Ag IS, 1:8; attacked by 
P. J. Connolly at strikers' meeting. Ag 
18, 2:3: Ignores chance to address strikers, 
reiterates collusion charge, Ag 19, 2:3: 
statement Issued from his office on Dlst 
Atty Swann's Investigation, and text of ' 
his Irs to Pres Wilson and Sec Baker, 
asking use of array trucks to old traffic, 
Ag IB, S:l: accepts offer to submit books, 
Ir to Hedley says he la anxious to go Into 
flnandal condlUon of co, Ag 28. 15:8; 
Hedley's reply says co welcomes Inquiry. 
Ag 29, 16:2; testifies at Grand Jury in- 
veatlgaUon. S 16. 15:1 

Ireland— L.r to J. Devoy. ed of Gaelic Amer. 
resenting criticism based on Prince of 
Wales's visit, S IS. 1S:4 

Lewlsohn. A,, presents flag to hlni In ap- 
preciation of his aid for open-air con- 
certs. Jl 22, 16:4 

London, lord Mayor of—Receives ir brought 
over by the R-34; reply, Jl 8, 3:2 

Marine Workers-Requests Estimate Rd to 
hold back report of Com of Salaries and 
Grades, recommending wage Increase, for . 
1 week. Jl 12, 20:4; meets delegation from 
municipal ferry boats, berates them for 
striking without warning, and promises 
to take their request for higher wages be- 
fore Estimate Bd. Jl 24. 10:1 



It has been r 



s Unes— l^^stlmate Bd favc 



rolled system In 5 boi 






abandoned, S 1 



; ed. Ag 7. 
on plan Issued. 
e cars. Ag & M3: 

, _J buses on 4 Una 

' Rys Co where service will bt 



_ __ _ _ _ _i iOtM 

otters co-operation. S 20. 24:2; enthSM 
o\'er service on lower eeut side, talks o( 
continuing city operation. S 23. 1B:J; Ir 
from Nixon asks information, seeks W 
place responsibility, S 2*. 20:2 
Motor Trucks— Tells Comr Enright about 
his automobile being blocked by mv* 
and his l>odyguard battling with i 
teur: says regulaUor- • •— — ' 



Cone 
monlal at P.. ._ 
cuted to him, S 5. 8:1 

Pershing (Gen)— Telegraphs Sec Baker tdf 
Information so as to facillt&te city's re- 
ception : Invites Pershing to be guest ol 
city. Ag 27, 14:7: Persh&iB's recily to In- 
vitation, Ag 31. 3;3; proclamatfon In n- 
Srd to his stay In N Y C. S S, AJ: Ir 
It will be dropped from hydroaeroplu« 
on the leviathan, S 8. 1:6: receives U 
voldng thanks for city's reception, S It. 
36:2 
See sIko Addresses, above 

Police Dept— Says In Ir to A dc Silv-er o.' 
Natl Civil Ubertles Bur that proteclkM i 
was not asked for meeting at CariMCu 
Hall on July 4, Jl 10. 19:3: asked by & 
Marhewlch to act In case of I>etecttv( | 
" ' " Dn. who arrested two ] 



glrla 



Hthout having 



evidence of thfir 



- wrongful acts, Jl 10. ISJ 
ed. Jl Jl. 10:5: asks maglstri ' 
1 of duty. '■ " 



.. „ 20:2; re- 

Div of Reserves. J] 28, 2*: 
denies statement by L. Fridlger that po- 
lice are orgnnlxed and have applied ts 
A F of L. for charter. Ag T. 2 17 : addresses 
campfire day at Sheepshead Hay; wsnu 
against agitators, asks patience as to t*S. 
S 0. 3;4; warns delegation of Patrolmen ] 
Benevolent Assoc that dty will not toler- I 
ate strike, S IT, 2:6 I 

Prince of Wales— Letter of InvltatiaD to 
NYC win be carried to Canada In tt T- 
Toronto race. Ag 25. 1:3: Ir delivered. A( 
2T. 4 :3 ; Invitation accepted by Print* of 
Wales, Ag 29i 3:8 

Record of his administration abice sifii- 
Ing of armistice, Ag 27. 20 :2 ; assaDed W 
Citizens Union, Ag 28. 14:1 

Rents—